Bowled over by the sape

THE mesmerisingly soulful music of the sape captivated Frenchman Julien Cottet when he first heard it some six years ago. Despite being a guitarist with a good ear for the sounds stringed instruments, he finds the haunting twangy tones of... more »

‘We are not jaguh kampung’

Taekwondo (WT) exponents strike a blow for Sarawak sports HAS taekwondo (WT) grown by leaps and bounds in Sarawak but remains a least talked-about sport? Certainly, it has enjoyed considerable success of late in the state and country. Persatuan  Taekwondo... more »

The unique Church of Jogja

YOGYAKARTA, also called Jogja, is a heritage destination of ancient temples — among them Mahayana Buddhist Borobudur and Hindu Prambanan. The diverse and rich Javanese arts and cultures make Jogja more interesting than other temple cities in Asia. Although with... more »

Grandparenting via technology

“I MISS daddy,”Deonalce, aged five, said one night while watching “Finding Nemo” animated cartoon on his iPad. “We can call him, do you want to call,” asked his grandfather, Felix Chew, a 65-year-old retiree, as he reached for his mobile... more »
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