KUCHING: Two “corners” namely Speakers Corner and DJ Corner are among the main attractions for Old Kuching Smart Heritage Agenda (OKSHe) programme taking place at the Kuching Waterfront from 25 to 31 March.
Organised by North Kuching City Commission (DBKU) in collaboration with Yayasan Sarawak, the two activities are held as a platform for information-sharing by agencies, institutions, non-governments organisations (NGOs) and individuals.
The Speakers Corner aims to discuss and share information on various aspects such as education by Yayasan Sarawak and Centre of Technical Excellence (Centexs), social media by Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), youth and sports by Koperasi Belia Inovatif Sarawak (KOBIS), Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) and National Anti-Drugs Agency (AADK), arts and heritage by Sarawak Arts Council (SAC) and Malay Cultural Foundation Charitable Trust (AKYBMS), digital business by Ministry of Industrial and Entrepreneur Development (MIED), family and Islamic inheritance issue by Syariah Court and Sarawak Islamic Religious Department (JAIS), as well as healthy lifestyle by activists.
Members of the public are encouraged to come to the information-sharing session which will be held from 10am to 4pm at First Floor in Square Tower (Magenta Restaurant).
Every session is around 2 hours and admission is free.
At the same time, DBKU also includes 10 DJs to share information with the listeners on DBKU Radio. Among the DJs featured are Sarawakian celebrities namely Fir Affandi and Afick Wazai.
DBKU Radio is one of DBKU’s community services to deliver current information and entertain the listeners. It is the first local authority’s radio in Sarawak.