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San Chiang project to set new lifestyle for Kuching folk

SAN CHIANG Development Sdn Bhd is undertaking a revolutionary multi-million ringgit property development in Kuching#146;s prime business district of Padungan that is poised to set a new lifestyle for city folk.

Riding for AIDS

If you#8217;ve always wanted to explore Malaysia by bicycle, but have never found the motivation, here#8217;s your chance to kill two birds with one stone: riding, and at the same time, raising money for a charity.

BizWatch - Integrax to expand reach

LOCAL port operator Integrax Bhd is looking at expanding operations to Sumatra. A delegation of company officials is set to meet up with the governor of North Sumatra among others; to discuss the possibility of initiating port operations, in a meeting scheduled this coming Monday.

Opportunity knocks twice for Salleh

Datuk Mohd Salleh Masduki is often seen hands-on during exhibitions and trade fairs to promote his business ideas. He knows the ins and outs of his work and is good at it.

Yong: Miri a good option

Former Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Yong Teck Lee is to play a middleman's role to help the Sarawak Government promote Miri and the Curtin University of Technology Sarawak campus here to the people in Sabah.

Setting out on an ambitious path

CHEW Fatt Seet and Leong Yok Kin, executive director and managing director of Online One Sdn Bhd, respectively, are known for their easygoing and simple personality. But do not let their style fool you.

Cheaper prawns and fish for CNY

Chinese families can look forward to feasting on bigger and cheaper prawns and white pomfret during their reunion dinner to usher in the Year of the Goat.

1st Silicon on US$129mil wafer expansion drive

1st Silicon (M) Sdn Bhd is investing US$129mil this year to buy new equipment to ramp up the production of its wafer foundry in Sama Jaya Free Industrial Zone, Kuching.

Break seats into smaller units, says Chan

Sarawak wants its heavily-populated parliamentary and state constituencies to be redelineated into smaller units for development and progress to be channelled more effectively to the people.