Things will never return to normal such as the mask-wearing culture, but Twentytwo13 contributor Rita Jong hopes to find some normalcy in life where people can travel with ease again and be able to embrace family members and friends without fear.
Efforts are under way to locate the “missing” Burnley Cup as football administrators admit they have not seen the youth trophy which was last won by Sarawak in 1972.
Sarawak is known as the land of unity where the locals live in a multiracial and multireligious society harmoniously. Twentytwo13 contributor Rita Jong is glad none of what is transpiring across the South China Sea is affecting Sarawakians.
Sarawakians rejoice in the celebration of the proclamation of self-government for Sarawak from British control.
While Sarawak’s emphasis on using English in school is applaudable, students should be taught properly instead of the “gasak ajak” (just go for it) approach.
Subdued Gawai ‘feel’ in Bau, Kuching, livened up by Liverpool’s Champions League victory over Tottenham Hotspur.
In Borneo, there really isn’t a big issue of racism or clashes in cultural beliefs. And a wedding last month reinforced this for Rita Jong who hails it as one of the most diverse wedding ceremonies she has attended.
Spending Christmas in Bau reminds one of John Prine songs as we can learn a lot from this little Sarawak town.
Malaysians can learn a lot from their Sabahan and Sarawakian friends.
Sarawak Catholic community continues to mourn passing of much loved Rev Father James Meehan who was one of remaining two Mill Hill priests in Kuching.
Salleh Jafaruddin questions rationale in Sarawak joining Malaya in 1963.
Hope Place founder Kelvin Wan and crew provide light, food and health screenings for some 50 Penan families in Ulu Baram, Sarawak.
Many parts of Bau in Sarawak are “dead zones” for mobile users and Streamyx is slower than the Election Commission during GE14.