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The idea for The Borneo Post SEEDS began about a year ago, first as an idea as a weekly print-publication, and then more recently as a website.
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Lun Bawang Martina first to be..
By Jude Toyat @judetbpseeds “ALWAYS AIM FOR THE highest goals, the best results, and the grandest vision. Do not worry about other things that might get in your way but work hard for what you have always wanted in life and stay humble,” said 21-year-old Martina Litad Balang after being crowned Miss Global International Sarawak (MGIS) 2015 at the Borneo Convention Centre Kuching on May 21. Of Lun Bawang parentage, Martina from Lawas gave these words of encouragement particularly to the Orang Ulu people in the hope that her native community would always strive for success and embrace development in their lives. Making her first foray into beauty pageantry, she beat 18 other finalists for the coveted crown, walking away with a cash prize of RM3, 000, a trophy, sash, and other sponsored prizes. “I did notProject Details
Banglo Segu: If these walls could..
By Danielle Sendou Ringgit @danitbpseeds LOCATED ON TOP OF A small hill at Park Lane, Kuching, opposite the WWII air raid shelter, it’s easy to miss the white wooden house concealed by large, overhanging tree branches. Spacious and airy, the wooden house known as Banglo Segu is widely believed to be built by the third and last White Rajah, Sir Charles Vyner Brooke as a holiday cottage. Later, the bungalow was occupied by Tom Harrisson during his time serving as the Sarawak museum curator until the early 1970s. According to an article from New Straits Times in 1990 by James Ritchie, the bungalow was originally built facing Sungei Segu in the Pengkalan Empat area near Kampong Benuk, Penrissen. It was built for the Rajah by the late Tan Sri William Tan, a former Speaker of the StateProject Details
Cammielye stays true to her talent..
By Jude Toyat @judetbpseeds Powerhouse vocalist Cammielye Oliver Rega was crowned Miss Talent of Miss Global International Sarawak (MGIS) 2015 during the MGIS Talent Night held at Station One of The Hills Shopping Mall here on May 19. The 26-year-old lass from Belaga wowed the judges and the audience with her soaring rendition of Welsh singer-songwriter Duffy’s ‘Mercy’, winning herself a crown and a sash sponsored by Station One. “It took me several days to practice my singing. I did not expect this as there was a tough competition between me and the other contestants, nevertheless I feel so relieved and happy with this win,” she said. The businesswoman added that her talent in singing was inherited from her father. “My father always encourages me to sing. I have been singing since I was just aProject Details
Thursday, 21 May 2015
Banglo Segu: If these walls could talkBy Danielle Sendou Ringgit @danitbpseeds LOCATED ON TOP OF A small hill at Park Lane, Kuching, opposite the WWII air raid shelter, it’s ...
DBKU open for applications to do graffiti art around the cityBy Danielle Sendou Ringgit @danitbpseeds IT TOOK APPROXIMATELY TWO ...
Friday, 22 May 2015
Jimmy Choo steps forward as Curtin Global AmbassadorMIRI: Malaysian-born fashion icon Professor Dato’ Jimmy Choo has joined Curtin University as an Adjunct Professor and Global Ambassador. The ...
Curtin Sarawak and Swiss Federal Institute of Technology looking into collaborationMIRI: Curtin University, Sarawak Malaysia (Curtin Sarawak) and Ecole ...
Friday, 22 May 2015
Lun Bawang Martina first to be crowned MGISBy Jude Toyat @judetbpseeds “ALWAYS AIM FOR THE highest goals, the best results, and the grandest vision. Do not worry about other ...
Cammielye stays true to her talent and wins MGIS Talent NightBy Jude Toyat @judetbpseeds Powerhouse vocalist Cammielye ...
Thursday, 30 Apr 2015