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KUCHING: The Hashtag Live Kuching (#LiveKCH) featured 12 YouTube sensations from Sarawak performing on stage at CityOne last weekend to the delight of the local community.
KUCHING: Hashtag Live Kuching 2015 will gather the social media community and discover local talents this weekend at CityOne Megamall exhibition centre.
KUCHING: Five men have been arrested for alleged rioting involving some 2,000 people following the Sarawak-Perak Malaysia Cup match which left several police vehicles damaged and dozens of people, including five policemen, injured.
THE Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) held the first MDeC Online Community Gathering in Kuching, Sarawak last Friday, in its bid to engage with the online communities in East Malaysia.
KUCHING: Movement for Progress, the non-governmental body better known as Azam, has launched its own YouTube channel, which will feature youth oriented content created by the target audience.
PETALING JAYA: Twitterjaya was filled with wishes from Malaysians and even some foreigners, wishing the country a Happy Malaysia Day.
KUCHING: Sarawak Bloggers So-ciety president Cyril Dason belie-ves 2012 will be remembered as the year when social media content creators were given their due recognition.
There is now a new generation of teachers who share their thoughts and communicate with students through blogging.
KUCHING: Youths' understanding of the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE) is low, according to a report involving 1,000 respondents that included a large section of university students.