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Sarawak Museum eyes 12 fellowships

KUCHING: The Sarawak Museum Department welcomes applications for 12 fellowships to be based at the state museum, to help annotate its vast collection.


Locals are most encouraged to visit historical and cultural exhibitions on Sarawak

TWO new exhibitions on Sarawak’s history and culture have opened in the space of five days in Kuching.


New exhibition offers fresh look at Sarawak’s rich ethnic and cultural heritage

KUCHING: A new exhibition at the Sarawak Art Museum here offers a fresh look at the history and culture of Sarawak and its people.


Museum seeks annotation expertise needed Sarawak welcomes international assistance for its collection of Borneo artefacts

KUCHING: Sarawak welcomes international scholars to assist in the annotation of the state museum’s vast collection of Borneo artefacts.


Brooke Gallery a permanent storytelling exhibition

KUCHING: For 100 years, Sarawak was ruled as an independent kingdom by a succession of White Rajahs from the Brooke family. Starting with James Brooke in 1841, it passed on to his nephew Charles Brooke and finally to Charles’ son Charles Vyner Brooke until the Japanese invaded Sarawak during the Second World War in 1941.


Bigger, better and tougher competition in sight

KUCHING: After a successful first outing, the Kuching Heritage Race will be bigger, better and tougher next year.


Gallery to showcase White Rajah era in S’wak history

KUCHING: One hundred years of Sarawak's history during the Brooke era can now be seen at Fort Margherita here.


Taiwan travel agents on Sarawak tour

KUCHING: Nine travel agents from Taipei, Taiwan, are visiting the state capital to see for themselves Sarawak’s tourism products and hospitality.


Drains to be upgraded to address flash floods in Kuching

KUCHING: Kuching North City Hall (DBKU) is embarking on drainage upgrading works in Padang Merdeka and its vicinity to mitigate flash floods in the area.


Lun Bawang Festival may be held outside Sarawak

MIRI: The Tourism and Culture Ministry is studying the possibility of organising the annual Lun Bawang Festival outside Sarawak.