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Pandelela Rinong cements her name in diving history books

OUR Sarawakian diving queen Pandelela Rinong has done it again.

If anyone thought that her bronze medal at the last Olympics was a fluke, well she’s proven all her detractors wrong by winning bronze at the World Championships in Kazan, Russia for the 10m individual platform. 804 more words


Race and religion never issues in Sarawak

GROWING up in Sarawak made me somewhat sheltered I guess.

Of course I know my own race and am very proud of my cultural heritage. I also cling closely to my religious beliefs. 671 more words


My home

Born in the land where Sir James Brooke was once regarded as the White Rajah of Sarawak, the Land of Hornbill is no doubt the only place I can call home. 560 more words

Poll finds Adenan's approval rating among Chinese at 60pct

I WAS not surprised to read that an independent pollster has found that Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Adenan Satem has a 60 per cent approval rating among the Chinese community in the State. 900 more words


Sarawak seeks full autonomy and devolution of more federal power

I HOPE my fellow Sarawakians had a wonderful Sarawak Day yesterday and took time to remember our State’s day of independence 52 years ago on July 22, 1963. 782 more words


Happy Sarawak Day 2015!

FIRST of all Happy Sarawak Day.

I’ve been wishing everyone this since 2011. As I said in my post Happy Sarawak Day!, I actually borrowed the phrase from fellow blogger… 351 more words


Hold my beer. Define Sarawak for Sarawakian

The first major scientific attempt to test techniques for restoring open barren areas to their original, natural state, was initiated here in Bintulu, Sarawak. Mitsubishi Corporation was the first company endeavoring into the extraction of timber in the State. 350 more words