Pustaka to hold international conference online on Sept 14


KUCHING: Pustaka Negeri Sarawak (Sarawak Library) will hold a virtual k@Borneo Conference on Sept 14 and 15.

k@Borneo is a collaborative effort to identify and preserve Borneo materials with institutions from three countries in the Borneo archipelago, namely Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia and Malaysia.

“It is a platform for researchers and scientists to interact with other researchers, exchange ideas, information and knowledge in the field of Borneo studies.

“Themed ‘Borneo: Diversity of Information & Heritage,’ the topics cover various disciplines related to themes and sub-themes, namely traditional knowledge, arts and cultural diversity, medicinal plants, and environmental sustainability,” said Pustaka.

“Those who are interested in joining the virtual conference can register at the official website www.pustaka- sarawak.com/apps/ikbc2021/ and will receive Zoom Meet ID information and passcode. Participation is free.

“Nonetheless, recordings of the conference can also be viewed on our official YouTube Pustaka Channel (Pustaka Sarawak).

For more information, visit www.pustaka- sarawak.com/apps/ikbc2021/ or contact Edison Ricket at 013-8348284.  

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