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By JONISTON BANGKUAI
Saturday September 24, 2011
PITAS: A sea of more than 100 red, blue, yellow and white flags greeted visitors to the two-day Kimaragang traditional feast festival which ended yesterday.
The flags represented the various Kimaragang villages taking part in the feast called “moginakan” held annually by the community. Read the rest of this entry »
I still live in Penampang and am a teacher. Read the rest of this entry »
Working at Rural Library Kg. Taginambur, Ranau Bypass, Kota Belud…
Proud to be Sabahan… Read the rest of this entry »
1. My dad (deceased) is a Kadazan from Kg. Buit Hill, & my mom is a mix-Chinese/Kadazan from Kg. Hungab. Read the rest of this entry »
My dad is a West Malaysian Indian from Batu Gajah, Perak and mom is a Chinese from Labuan.
My dad used to work at Labuan even before I was born and I am sure they met each other there :p . I have a brother and a sister, I am the youngest. Read the rest of this entry »
1. Mum – Kadazan & dad = Sino Kadazan = makes me a Kadazan. (Dad from Kinarut and Mum from Kg. Terawi)
2. Working as an Administrative Executive with a developer company.
3. Base in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
4. Because nothing can compare to Sabahan bah… As a Sabahan, we are always proud with our smile bah!
5. I am contactable via Facebook.
1) Mother: Dusun Liwan from Kg. Kirokot, Tambunan.
Father: Sino Kadazan (Father is Chinese, mother is Dusun from Kg. Toboh, Tambunan, residing in Kinarut). Read the rest of this entry »
1. This is what’s written on my birth certificate, dad-Kadazan + mum-Kadazan = me-Kadazan but if I really trace my ancestor’s bloodline, I am probably a Dusun because the language that we speak at home is not ‘Tangara’ but I guess this is the beauty of being a Sabahan. I am from Kg. Pogunon, Penampang. Read the rest of this entry »
Bringing people of the state together via WhoAmISabah.com.
VERA Mopilin was getting terribly homesick when she decided to start a website to connect with her fellow Sabahans.
It all began during her stay in Bangkok. Read the rest of this entry »
A Peninsular Malaysian recalls how backward everything seemed to be in Sabah when she first visited the state. But there was more to the place than meets the eye, and she ended up staying more than three decades. Read the rest of this entry »