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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.

    Our mission is to give young adults a voice and a face in the news, and the chance to tell us what's relevant to them whether it's through this site's forums, email, our Facebook and twitter pages.

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  • Dulcinea (from left) Shahril Ossuary, Mathew Thomas, Gerard Richards, Paul Yong and Jason Ng

    Dulcinea: How a breakdown can be..

    By Patricia Hului @pattbpseeds     Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so they say. In the eyes of Don Quixote from a novel by Miguel de Cervantes, Dulcinea was the most of beautiful woman in the world. For founder/guitarist Mathew Thomas of Johor/Singapore-based band Dulcinea, the character was a metaphor for what music and his band meant to him. “In the end, Don Quixote does not find what he is looking for but comes to the conclusion that his ‘search’ and journey has led to some unforgettable and defining moments in his life,” he said. According to Mathew, he formed the band with bassist Jason Ng to use music as a vehicle for self-expression. The other members fell into place shortly after that with Gerard Richards as vocalist, Paul Yong as guitarist and Shahril Ossuary on drums.
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  • SMK Kuhara of Tawau, Sabah is named champion for the Youth Forum Competition National Level 2015.

    Sabah school top of DBP youth..

    By Danielle Sendou Ringgit @danitbpseeds     SMK Kuhara from Tawau, Sabah beat 15 other schools from different states when it won the Youth Forum Competition National Level 2015 organised by Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka (DBP) Malaysia, Ministry of Education Malaysia and the Sarawak state government. The winning team consisting of Muhammad Zamri Maddimunri, Nur Rismah Rizal, Zipporah Yohanis, Nurul Atika Bacho and Nurulanis Farhah Jamli Razif walked away with the winning prize of RM3000, a trophy, participating certificates and books published by DBP. First- and second-runner ups for the competition were SMK Tatau from Bintulu, Sarawak, and SMK Dato Perdana of Bachok, Kelantan. They each walked away with winning prize of RM2500, participating certificates while second runner and RM2000, participating certificates respectively.     “This year marks the 26th year since the forum competition was introduced in 1989, aiming
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  • One of the prominent sape players in Sarawak, Matthew Ngau Jau (right) seen performing during a workshop at RWMF 2015.

    From dreams into the mainstream

    By Danielle Sendou Ringgit @danitbpseeds     WHILE THE HISTORY OF how the sape came to be may be lost in the mists of time, old folktales tell of ‘Bali Dayung’, the witch doctor in ritual healing, whose wife fell ill due to a mysterious illness. He tried various healing methods to cure her, meeting with other witch doctors and trying all kinds of available traditional remedies, but none proved successful. One night, he dreamt of meeting an old man who asked him to cut a piece of ‘adau’ wood (Cephalomappa spp.) to craft a sape, which he had to play to heal his wife. Upon waking, the man shaped the sape and played it in hopes his wife would recover, and she was miraculously cured. After her recovery, the man continued his interest in developing the sape based on
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Preserving Sabahan ethnic costumes, one ‘chanteek’ doll at a time


Sabah school top of DBP youth forum competition


Dulcinea: How a breakdown can be a breakthrough


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