About Us

#WhoAmISabah

Weh Hey….you fabulous Sabahans! Come join us and start the #WhoAmISabah revolution!

Lets start knowing you by your Subject Line:

#WhoAmISabah – Screename

Then please tell us who you are plus a great media (pix/vid or both) – 1. Your Sabah bloodline – dad + mum = you,  2. Profession, 3. Current location, 4. What makes you ‘Fabulous’ Sabahan and 5. How you would like to be contacted by our community!

or

Dalam Bahasa Melayu;

1. Keturunan – bapa + mama = kamu, 2. Pekerjaan, 3. Lokasi, 4. Pesanan kepada pembaca blog dan 5. Kontak (fb/twitter)?. Jangan lupa bagi gambar/ video yang terer mere!:P

Send all details through our ‘Contact Us‘ form.

PS: Don’t forget to connect with us via twitter @whoamisabah or facebook @iamsabahproject

More on me the Admin at Ambaga House @ mionemp

*** Also check out our article by The Star newspaper here!

 

  1. #1 by Normimie Diun on 08/06/2011 - 4:16 pm

    My parents Dusun ethnic origin, from Kundasang, Ranau … I was born in Beaufort District, and now we live there, I worked in a national newspaper in Kota Kinabalu… definitely proud to be Sabahan…urang bilang bule bah kalo ko… scenery, culture, traditional food.. atukkkoooiii…punya sadapp… very peaceful and can not be expressed with words… bule contact sia di facebook….

    • #2 by Ambaga House on 09/06/2011 - 1:23 am

      Lo Mimie, Thanx so much for the input. Sia taruh ur comment dlm post for 2moro story. Dun 4get to look out for it at 10 am k.
      Thanx much, much, much…. Kotobian:)

      • #3 by Normimie Diun on 09/06/2011 - 9:59 am

        tq… Vera… kotobian, pounsikou kio…;)

  2. #4 by Ruben Sario on 09/06/2011 - 6:30 pm

    1. Pure blooded Filipino (My dad was born in the Philippines and came to Sabah to work in 1950 to serve in the Forestry Department. Mom was born in Kuching and met my dad while working as a nurse in the Jesselton hospital.) I was born in Sandakan though my siblings in other towns where my dad was posted – Kudat, Beaufort and Tawau.

    2. Working for a newspaper..

    3. Working in Kota Kinabalu and technically living in Penampang.

    4. Proud to be Sabahan as we are unique as a people. While others talk about unity and harmony, we live it every day!! Where else can there be so many races, religions in a family and everyone can sit down for a meal at the same table.

    5. Contact me via Facebook.

    • #5 by Ambaga House on 09/06/2011 - 10:25 pm

      Hi Ruben, Thanx so much for the support. Love the story and it is slotted for Tuesday , 14.06.11. Will keep u updated & don’t forget to accept us in ur facebook & twitter! PS. I need a photo of u too. Can email to whoamisabah@hotmail.com?

  3. #6 by Siti Nabilah Wong on 12/06/2011 - 11:19 pm

    I’m glad that my friend introduce this page to me! Well, before I stumbled upon this page,I never knew that there are so many talented Sabahan in their respective field.This website has inspired me to strive in my chosen field and to chase my own dreams and make it reality. Thank you Whoamisabah. P.S. I would like to say bravo to the admin for creating this page.I will ‘stalk’ this page forever. Siti Nabilah from Sandakan.

    • #7 by Ambaga House on 13/06/2011 - 2:17 am

      Hi Siti Nabilah,

      Thanx so much for the note of encouragement and I’d say ‘Gung Ho’ for your ambition to be the very best, mind you, I say it again ‘the very best’ in your field.

      Please do stalk us forever and if ever you want, we’ll be open for your contribution to the site too. Regards & good luck in your endeavor. Go Sandakan, Sabah go…..! #WhoAmISabah.

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  5. #9 by Jeannie Siaw on 16/09/2011 - 3:17 pm

    Love to heard from all the Sabahan whom stay in P.Malaysia.

  6. #10 by Jeannie Siaw on 16/09/2011 - 3:28 pm

    My parents are Chinese, from LahadDatu. Worked in a hotel in Singapore for 14 years, now a housewife & stay in Puchong .

  7. #11 by Ambaga House on 16/09/2011 - 8:02 pm

    Thanx so much Jeannie for ur input n support. We will put up ur story ASAP. Looking forward to meet up if ters a chance n put a face to ur profile. Until then take care n regards.

  8. #12 by Ambaga House on 28/09/2011 - 3:34 pm

    Name: Tanti Veronica
    Email: veronicatanti@gmail.com
    :
    Comment: Hey peeps, born and raised in Kota Kinabalu, father Malay + mother dusun now based in Petaling Jaya Selangor🙂

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