Lukut Sekala Beads: A Heirloom Story

“Beads have always fascinated people. The link between human society and a material object that is small and beautiful like a bead stretch back to thousands of years. The earliest forms of beads were made from bone, stone and shells and they have been found […]

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Take and Support Me

Remember I told you about my mixed feelings the other day? Well, it was an interview session arranged by my sis with Diana, a journalist from The Star whom based in Miri. I was one out of four chosen speakers for the upcoming Borneo International […]

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The Gong

Do you know what this is?      In Malaysia, it is known as ‘gong’. In the old days, ‘gong’ was used as musical instrument in ritual ceremonies and wedding ceremonies. Today the gong is kept as part of a family heirloom. In my family […]

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The Heirloom Story

I’m working with my research partner, Terry on something that is very exotic and rare. The uniqueness about this project is about my family heirloom. The plan is not only to present it as a paper submission for the upcoming Borneo Research Council Conference 2010 […]

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