The hard work has finally paid off and members of the Samalaju Team rejoiced when we received the Occupation Permit (OP) from BDA on 11 September 2017. The team has been working hard for years to realize the dream of entire workfolks in Samalaju Industrial Park (SIP) – to have its own township within 10 minutes’ drive away from their workplace.
Friday 29th, Saturday 30th September and Sunday 1st October, 45 students from TPS took part in their school production of Fame Jr! Set in 1984, at the old New York School of Performing Arts, the musical explores the trials and tribulations of a bunch of teenage attendees, following their progress, from Freshman Year to Senior Year graduation.
A meaningful event with the community, hosted by Projek Bandar Samariang (PBS) to mark its 20th anniversary attracted more than 5,000 visitors from Bandar Samariang, believe it or not!
This incredible turnout made the event the largest community-based events ever hosted by a property developer in Kuching’s history.
Young and energetic teenagers started filling the Kuching Civic Centre with laughter and loud chatter from as early as 6.00am while waiting for their respective buses to depart for Kem Juara PLKN, Serian. “The Campers” as we call them were accompanied by their teachers and facilitators.
Kuchingites and out-stationed runners in Betong, Sibu, Bintulu and Miri dusted off their running shoes and adorned fashionable tribal outfits to pace and dash the streets for the CMS Tribal Run 3.0, which took place on Sunday, 27 August 2017. Boasting an impressive 3,100 participants (2,639 in Kuching; 461 in Betong, Sibu, Bintulu and Miri), the sporting event ran with the tagline ‘Run for a Good Cause’, and theme ‘Go Tribal’ was organised by CMS.
If you had less than 5 minutes to evacuate your office, what would you take with you?
The International Secondary Year 9 Art students have completed their group project on ‘Figurative Sculpture’ to celebrate their efforts and successes.
Despite their small size, chia seeds are packed full of important nutrients. Continue to read more if you are curious.
For the last month or so, you would have seen various PIN & PAY adverts, airing over the radio, newspapers or on the bank’s webpage, drawing Malaysians’ attention for the compulsory use of PIN-enabled credit/debit card from 1st July. This somehow rekindled my memory back to 2010, on my very first trip to Zhuhai, China. Curious to know?