Re-appointed community leaders receive letters

KAPIT : Deputy Minister of Rural and Regional Development , Datuk Alexander Nanta Linggi on Monday afternoon presented letters of appointment to about 100 village chieftains in Kapit District who had...

A Sleepy Bazaar called Claudetown

VERY few people know that 140 years ago a remote Chinese bazaar along the Baram River was named after an Englishman Claude Champion de Crispigny. de Crispigny was one of Rajah Charles Brooke’s right-...

TEDxKenyalang Preview: The Man Behind The Scene

THERE is always those people behind the scenes in a production, people that are not in the spotlight but without their contribution, a production will not be able to succeed. People whose names appea...

TEDxKenyalang Preview: Going Global with English

AS a teacher who struggles against students that lack proficiency in the English Language, she improvised and came out with different materials to help them as it was one of her wishes to see her stu...

Polishing the Young Guns

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 feel...

A Chance to be Wanted

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 ...

Small Town Art Market is back!

THE Small Town Art Market is back for the 6th time; on the upcoming November 25, from 2pm to 10pm at The Granary Kitchen + Bar, Wayang Street, Kuching. This time round, our truly local event has plen...

Bridging the gap: Darul Hana Bridge

Sarawakians particularly those who were in Kuching recently united at the site of the launch of the newly built landmark located at Waterfront Kuching – the new bridge of Sarawak. Now known as ...

‘I dream of running’: Gait analysis helps heal the lame

WHEN Tanya Markova was just 12 years old, her life changed literally overnight when a rare disease of the spinal cord left her completely paralysed. “I woke up one day, wanted to get dressed and go t...

A cup of tea to celebrate laughter

MBKS Floating Stage Kuching, shrouded with trees and bushes, amidst the green scenery of the flora, on October 21 was filled with laughter as the ladies from the Sarawak Breast Cancer Support Group (...