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20 (and more!) books that capture the Malaysian experience

Explore the nation’s culture, people, history and influence through some of the best literature on it.

Nation

Baru: Probe S’wak agencies listed in A-G’s report

KUCHING: Impartial and transparent investigations must be carried out into the 2016 Auditor-General’s Report’s findings of poor financial management and oversight in various Sarawak agencies, says Sarawak PKR chairman Baru Bian.

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Sarawak unrivalled

Et cetera - By SHARON LING
State has amazing potential for festivals, with material not found elsewhere in the country.

Community

Art and cultural spectacle

KUCHING: An exciting array of art, craft, photography and film is currently on show at the inaugural Rainforest Fringe Festival (RFF).

Arts

Sarawak's Rainforest Fringe Festival all about artful diversity

Get your fringe on: the inaugural Rainforest Fringe Festival in Kuching is all about artful diversity

Community

Challenging times for houses of history

IT IS educational; a way of providing an interactive bridge to the past; a significant tourist attraction.

Community

Museums continue to be a big draw

KUCHING: Museums across Sarawak continue to attract a healthy number of visitors each year, with historical and cultural exhibits still the biggest draw amongst the people.

Community

Sarawak eyes five million tourists

KUCHING: Sarawak is targetting five million tourists this year who are expected to generate RM8.98bil in revenue.

Community

Students’ memorable field trip

MIRI: Seven undergraduate environmental engineering students from Curtin University, Malaysia (Curtin Malaysia) went on a three-day field trip to Kuching for their course’s ENST 2002 Conservation Biology and Sustainability unit.

Community

Museum leveraging on visitors’ feedback

KUCHING: The temporary “Orang Kita” (Our People) exhibition at the Sarawak Museum will be a platform to receive feedback and suggestions from visitors for the new museum, which is set to open its doors by the year 2020.