In 1955, a group of Dutch photographers organised an international contest to showcase their works to the world. They called it ‘World Press Photo’ and now it has become one of the most esteemed
Searching for beading supplies in Kuching can be a headache especially when you do not know where to start.
When it comes to beading, there are so many things that crafters need and it is
A sarong in Asia typically refers to a fabric sewn together at both ends to to form a fabric tube, and is often used to wrap around the waist. For women, this common casual
Baroness Angela Burdett-Coutts might be an unfamiliar name today, but about a hundred years ago she was the “richest heiress in England”.
King Edward VII even reportedly described her as “the most remarkable woman in
Unlike other traditional houses in Sarawak, the Melanau tall house was built distinctively higher.
However similar to longhouses of other ethnic groups such as Iban and Kayan, this Melanau traditional house can accommodate up to
Malaysian history textbooks gave credits to Sir Hugh Low as the first successful British administrator in Malayan states during the late 19th century.
He was the fourth Resident of Perak in 1877. It was reported
Sarawakians love our pounded cassava leaves. Only, we don't call them "cassava leaves". We call this bitter, fibrous plant by different names including daun ubi tumbuk, daun bandung tumbuk, uvek kele (in Kayan) and
The history of the White Rajahs of Sarawak seems like a boy's adventure book come to life. Basically, an Englishman with his topsail schooner receives a kingdom to rule as a reward for helping
'Nine Cardinal Principles of the rule of the English Rajah' is a mouthful but it is important for Sarawakians to wrap our minds around it.
The third White Rajah of Sarawak, Charles Vyner Brooke announced the document on
The jungle is sacred for Sarawak's indigenous people. Apart from their farms, the jungle provides an extra source of food.
While there are many superstitions or dos and donts surrounding farming, there are jungle taboos