I was born in a mixed blood family where dad is a Sino Kadazan from Putatan and mum, a pure-blooded Kadazan from Kinarut, Papar. But in Sabah this is a normal thing, being a Sino Kadazan.
Now I married a Singaporean with two beautiful daughters. I work with a chip making manufacturer as a Marketing Engineer here in Jurong, Singapore.
As to why I am a fabulous Sabahan, I miss home and I want to go back but due to economic reasons this is not possible. That does not stop me longing for Sabah and preach about the beautiful life there.
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#1 by Lee on 18/09/2011 - 5:31 pm
I miss those days of sabah where you see no race, religion boundry among its people. But those goodness (tolerance) is being supressed by the political scenario which amplify differences among its people.
….. do go back often whenever possible as sabah is changing fast !
I am like you too, stay back in KL due to econiomic reasons.
#2 by Ambaga House on 19/09/2011 - 12:30 am
Hi Lee, thanx for ur comments. I think we do still hv tat especially in our tertiary institution. But mayb due to
integration its kinda watered down oledi:( anyway, wer r u in kl? Mayb one of these days lets meet up n reminise:)
#3 by Lee on 20/09/2011 - 4:28 am
Hello…great to hear that (meet up)….staying at puchong. i can be reached at email.
though have been here for >15 years but my heart still very much sabahan. still go back k.marudu twice-thrice a year ! Hope 1 day will settle down at sabah (prefer KK).
#4 by Ambaga House on 28/09/2011 - 3:28 pm
Hilo Lee, thanx for the shout out. Just getting Sabahans now & so far more than 10 agrees. Hehehe… Now the tricky part; date, time & venue. Will inform u of the gathering.
#5 by Dora on 11/10/2011 - 10:57 am
Well many more sabahan in Singapore, maybe can meet-up for coffee and chat….