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Sarawak’s rich ethnicity full of diversity

DID you know that there are close to 30 different ethnic groups in Sarawak? Me neither! But yes, the Land of the Hornbills is so rich with diversity, little known facts about the state like these continue to surprise every day.

National athletes make their mark

WHEN national hockey star Mohammad Fitri Saari was studying for a degree, he was also juggling a young family and training.

Diving queen Pandelela is now a UM graduate

KUALA LUMPUR: Pamg Joheng could not stop smiling when his dream was realised yesterday – his daughter, national diving queen Pandelela Rinong, is now a graduate.

Pandelela Rinong: Not your average student

Training is a full-time job but that hasn’t stopped Olympian medallist Pandelela Rinong from earning a degree at the peak of her career. The elite athlete gets candid about the challenges of juggling training and her studies.

Sarawak aims to excel in three Olympic disciplines

KUCHING: Sarawak will soon have its own velodrome as well as volleyball and badminton academies in its effort to produce world-class athletes in the three sports, says Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.

Commonwealth Games: Najib congratulates Jun Hoong-Pandelela for winning Malaysia's third gold

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has praised national divers Cheong Jun Hoong and Pandelela Rinong for delivering Malaysia's third gold medal at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

Sports as a symbol of national unity in malaysian schools

By Shajeedth Suresh Naidu, SMK Subang Utama, Subang Jaya, Second prize winner, Category A, Asli-Star Merdeka Essay Writing Competition 2017.

Writing – a step out of comfort zone

TWO years ago, a post on my Facebook timeline caught my eye. This did not happen often; it was as if fate directed me to click on it.

Quotes from the public on Malaysia's performance at the SEA Games

With utmost pride and joy, congratulations to all Malaysian athletes for putting up exceptional performances during the 2017 SEA Games. With or without medals, it’s your hard work and dedication that earn our admiration. And to all the Malaysian supporters, you are the ones that help Team Malaysia to blow away the competition in what was expected to be a closely contested one. MALAYSIA truly BOLEH! #ProudOfYouMalaysia

Let’s go for football glory

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has reached its 111 gold medal SEA Games target with the promise of even more to come.