Ah Ong: Kuching’s legendary food critic

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Building his reputation online as an anonymous food critic, former Kuching Food Critics’ Facebook admin and food blogger Ah Ong, shares his previous experiences being a food operator and also about his latest endeavour. A new level...

Are you board? Screw it

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Learning to build and fix things since he was young, do-it-yourself (DIY) enthusiast Andrew Lawrence recalled growing up with the concept. According to him, it is an incredibly rewarding hobby that can last a lifetime, and be passed down through generations...

Spawning a mushroom business

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Whenever Mohammad Zakaria Jamsari wants fresh mushrooms, all he needs to do is just pluck some from his mushroom nursery. Operating in the backyard of his house here in Jalan Bukit Siol, Petra Jaya, Zakaria’s little farm has evolved into a...

‘Betta’ days ahead

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Known for their bright, beautiful colouration and elaborate fin displays, the Siamese fighting fish — more commonly known nowadays as Betta — are are among the most popular freshwater fish around. Intrigued by the beauty, Tang Chong Hoe started collecting the...

Working from home, is it the ideal situation?

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Working from home may sound like an ideal situation. What could be better than simply rolling out of bed and arriving at your home office in moments, without the hassles of first making yourself presentable and then commuting to a workplace...

Living life on a different altitude

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Flight attendant, Rawina Wahab is also a mother of two. Describing her days, she said that she is more than an air stewardess. Some days can get tough, but the exhaustion to her is a good one as she is finally...

CatSound.co: Bridging local talents to the world

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A man on a mission, Giacherie Tipik hopes to see local cultural and contemporary artistes to perform in international arenas. Through CatSound.co, he dreams of Kuching to become a Music City in the future. Creating a solid...

Of poems, stars and stories

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With almost zero experience, writer Chloe Ling embarked on a journey and takes on the challenges of self-publishing and curating her own book, ‘Cartography: Poems, Stars and Stories’. The Sarawakian lass admits that she had gone through hoops and a process...

China’s rich seek bodyguards schooled in digital dark arts

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TIANJIN, China: At the "Genghis Security Academy", which bills itself as China's only dedicated bodyguard school, students learn that the threats to the country's newly-rich in the tech age are more likely to emerge from a hacker than a gunman.

Made in Sarawak body balm

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BY NATASHA JEE & VOON YIH BOON KUCHING: Whenever one’s body aches, the common balm in mind would be the popular Tiger Balm, however, Sarawak too has its own locally produced balm called Meliponi Propolis Balm.