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#CucukMyAZ at Borneo Convention Centre Kuching (HCO B), 8/6/2021, 8.30am, What to Expect?

June 14th, 2021 · No Comments

As you know #CucukMyAZ started in Kuching on 7th June 2021 and will be going on until July (if I recall correctly). Mine will be in few days time. Here’s the video that you might want to watch to see what and how it’s done. *Pause the video if you want to read the details. […]

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Selamat Hari Gawai 2021

June 1st, 2021 · No Comments

Another year of stay-at-home Gawai. Hope there is no Gawai cluster. Enough to have Raya cluster. It is enough to cause havoc to the nation. So… Please… Do your part! Last Raya, there are people received open house invitation. This Gawai, the same thing too, even offered to provide transport to go Gawai with them. […]

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Categories: Bulletin Board · Me, myself and I · Public Events · Uniquely Kuching

Ka Liu – Sarawak Chinese Slang (S3/Pt1)

November 17th, 2020 · No Comments

After few months of break, finally got the first episode up after procrastinating for quite some time. The first slang for this season is something from the Foochow dialect. Check it out 😉 Hope you can subscribe to my channel. There will be 15 more slang that will be featured for the next 15 weeks. […]

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Categories: Sarawak Chinese Slang · Uniquely Kuching · Vlog

Malaysia RMCO Extended to 31st December 2020

September 1st, 2020 · No Comments

So… It’s September, we are still in RMCO. It’s supposed to end on 31st August 2020 but our PM announced that it will be extended until 31st December 2020. There goes our 2020… Down the drain… Who would expect that your 2020 will be staying at home without flying cars or LRT? 😀 Whatever it […]

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Categories: From My Angle · Public Events · Randomness · Uniquely Kuching · Vlog

Kiam Siap, Ha Mik Su – Sarawak Chinese Slang

May 17th, 2020 · No Comments

Today is the Day 61 of Movement Control Order… We’re in the conditional period now. More people are heading back to work tomorrow. Hope all will be well. Hope that it’s not going to be your last few days of work, I know many companies are going to retrench their staff so that they can […]

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Categories: Public Events · Sarawak Chinese Slang · Uniquely Kuching · Vlog