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Proposal to digitise naturalist Wallace's vast collection

KUCHING: The specimens collected by English naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace in Sarawak over 100 years ago can be digitised and made available to local scientists and researchers.


Speaker shares interesting facts about Santubong

KUCHING: The Santubong area, where people have lived for over 1,000 years, is Sarawak’s richest archaeological region with evidence of an iron smelting settlement and visitors from India and China as early as the 5th century.


Fashion show proves culture and couture can definitely go hand in hand

KUCHING: From colourful head gears to pretty necklaces and belts, the Borneo International Beads Conference (Bibco) 2013 gala dinner saw a vast and refreshing range of beads usage during the beads fashion show.


Traditional art form goes global

KUCHING: Beads have long held the fascination of cultures around the world, and interest in the decorative ornaments have grown stronger in recent years.


Local and foreign beads experts to enlighten enthusiasts

KUCHING: Local bead collectors who are curious about the origin of items in their collection can find the answers today and tomorrow on the sidelines of the 3rd Borneo International Beads Conference.


Many exciting activities at Santubong Nature Festival

KUCHING: The next lead-up activity to Santubong Nature Festival is this month and it is open to the general public.


More future activities for UiTM’s art faculty

KUCHING: Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) will continue to expand the activities of its Art and Design faculty, said the university’s rector Datuk Dr Jamil Hamali.


All geared up and ready for Borneo International Beads Conference

IT is all systems go for the third Borneo International Beads Conference in Kuching.


Talk on early metal age at museum

KUCHING: The public are invited to a heritage talk on “Early Central Borneo: Investigating the Early Metal Age of the Kelabit Highlands” by Professor Dr Lindsay Lloyd-Smith.


What's ours will forever be ours

Once we are familiar with our little hidden heritage treasures, only then should we share them with the world.