Sarawakian youth is first ethnic Kenyah accepted into Oxford University to read law


Chris' parents Vinsien Gau (left) and Maria Dun (right) are proud of his achievement. Photos: Chris Deng Vinsien/Facebook

A Kenyah youth from Baram, Sarawak, has made his community proud by being the first ethnic student accepted into the prestigious Oxford University to pursue a law degree.

Chris Deng Vinsien, who received the offer a few days ago, says whatever he has achieved thus far in his life is a product of all the hard work done by his family and his elders.

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