Teach and Learn with Ajar-Ajar Malaysia

Priscilla Tawie

Ajar-Ajar Malaysia embarked on a journey of a noble cause, that is to teach the under-privileged students. The Non-Governmental Organisation was established two years ago, but its history within helping the less fortunate was since 2008, with its first centre opened in Penang. Today, Ajar-Ajar has a total of eight […]

Making All The Shots

Priscilla Tawie

ITALIAN native, Palmira helms Marcello, Singapore as Head Bartender, bringing almost a decade of international mixology experience. Celebrating the best of modern Italian drinking, Marcello serves carefully curated drinks using craft spirits and high-quality ingredients sourced directly from Italy. Palmira injects an energetic zest to Marcello and its innovative cocktail […]

A Little Piz-za Heaven

Priscilla Tawie

OOZING, SPRINGY, SOFT, MELTING cheese as you pull it apart, inside, the strings of the cheese hung from the left to the right, and that is one of mankind’s most fascinating use of dairy products – as one brings it closer to the mouth, it is a portrayal of a […]

A Tourist in My Own City

Priscilla Tawie

AS a Kuchingite, to be honest, I have never toured my city before, and although I knew the name of the buildings situated in Kuching’s City Centre, I have never immerse myself in the stories of certain buildings. That being said, I booked a stay at Marian Boutique Lodging House […]

Cebup: The Hidden Tribe of Upper Baram

Priscilla Tawie

“NGARAN ki Elexson. Auk Cebup. Ituk neh celita ki,” which translates to “My name is Elexson. I am a Cebup (descendant). This is my story.” Not many are familiar with the race known as Cebup. Therefore, Dr. Elexson Nillian strive hard on his ambitions to make known the existence of […]

Polishing the Young Guns

Priscilla Tawie

BORNEO 744 on November 18 was filled with youth of different passion, each with the fiery intensity to perform the talents laid in the heart of each of them. There were a group of boys and girls feeling the winds through their hair, the same wind that touches their face […]

A Chance to be Wanted

Priscilla Tawie

HUMAN beings tend to take things for granted as they decide hastily on the product of their mistake. As the famous Malaysian saying goes, ‘Berani buat berani tanggung’ which translates to if you are daring enough to do it, you should be daring enough to take responsibility – the phrase […]

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