‘Daily Express’ ends Kadazan section

Final edition: Marcellus (centre) holding up his last page layout for the Kadazan insert of Sabah’s ‘Daily Express’. With him are two colleagues.

KOTA KINABALU: The Kadazan language insert of the Daily Express newspaper, one of Sabah’s oldest, has ended its run.

Named simply as “Kadazan Dusun”, the page started in the late 1960s and became known, among others, for its “sisindion” (poetry) section and caricatures by 66-year-old Sabahan cartoonist David Sooning, who draws under the pen name Langkawit.

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