• Keadilan in Sabah
    Those who have closely monitored the local Sabahan political arena recently through the internet (the mainstream media seems strangely quiet) would have noticed that a major opposition party in Sabah here is having some ‘internal squabbles’. That party is none other than Keadilan, the party with
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  • Tourism in Sabah
    1.0 Tourism Industry in Sabah The tourism industry, especially in Sabah, has been booming despite the natural disaster tsunami and bird flu. Tourists have been flocking to Sabah due to its unique eco-related places that had generated a lot of interests among foreign visitors. Kota klias is one of
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  • Yayasan Sabah
    YAYASAN SABAH (SABAH FOUNDATION) 1.1 Establishment The establishment of Yayasan Sabah was mooted by Sabah’s first Head of State, the late Tun Datu Haji Mustapha Bin Datu Harun, at Mesapol Sipitang on 9 November, 1965. In recognition of the needs for a better standard of living and education f
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  • Malaysia in the High Court in Sabah and Sarawak
    1 S-22-15-2006 MALAYSIA IN THE HIGH COURT IN SABAH AND SARAWAK AT SIBU SUIT NO. 22-15 OF 2006 5 BETWEEN MILLION BONUS SDN. BHD. 10 (Company No. 494772-K) TB4281, 2nd Floor, Block A, Jalan Masjid, P. O. Box 61598, Tawau, Sabah … AND Plaintiff 15 HUNG LING SAWMILL SDN. BH
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  • Sabah Development Corridor
    SDC –Introduction The Sabah Development Corridor (SDC), initiated by the Government to enhance the quality of life of the people by accelerating the growth of Sabah’s economy, promoting regional balance and bridging the rural-urban divide while ensuring sustainable management of the state’s
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  • Proboscis Monkey in Sabah
    The Proboscis Monkey (Nasalis larvatus), is known as the Bekantan in Malay, or simply the Long-nosed Monkey. It is a reddish-brown arboreal Old World monkey that belongs in the monotypic genus Nasalis. The monkey also goes by the Malay name “Monyet Belanda”, or even Orang Belanda 'Dutchman', as
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  • Sabah
    Rizal’s Settlement Project in Sabah The colonization project of Rizal in Sabah was a response to the Calamba’s land crisis which all started when Governor-General Terrero released a directive for the investigation of the friar estates to resolve the agrarian problems on the collection of land
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  • Little Bit Bout Sabah?
    WHERE IS SABAH? Sabah,is the northern part of Borneo. It is bordered by Sarawak on its southwestern side, and Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo) to the south. Sabah has a coastline of approximately 800 to 900 miles and with then South China Sea in the west and north, the Sulu Sea in the northeast and
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  • Indigenous Groups of Sabah
    An Annotated Bibliography of Linguistic and Anthropological Sources Part 2: Ethnic group index Topical index Compiled by: Hans J. B. Combrink, Craig Soderberg, Michael E. Boutin, and Alanna Y. Boutin SIL International SIL e-Books 8 ©2008 SIL International Library of Congress Catalog N
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  • Sabah
    HOME TRAVEL BLOG DESTINATIONS » MEDIA SERVICES » SHOP Sabah: a nature lover’s paradise - Email Sipadan island This spectacular corner of Malaysia occupies the northern fringe of the island of Borneo and is blessed with superb white sandy beaches and coral islands and large
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  • Ph Wants Access to Sabah Standoff Victims
    PH WANTS ACCESS TO SABAH STANDOFF VICTIMS MANILA, Philippines - Philippine diplomats have been sent to Sabah to assist Filipinos affected by thedeadly standoff between Malaysian police and supporters of the Sulu Sultanate, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said on Sunday, March 3. “We woul
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  • Sabah
    If we will give up Sabah, then we should give up Spratly's too. SABAH is ours. In 1658, the Sultan of Brunei gave Sabah to the Sultan of Sulu for his help in sending Tausug Warriors to stop a rebelion and civil war. Since then, Sabah became a property of Sultan of Sulu and the Sultanate of Sul
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  • Philippines Claims Sabah
    PHILIPPINES' CLAIM TO SABAH A majority of Filipinos everywhere are wondering what this Sabah claim is all about. The Philippine history books, Malaysian's probably too, have not mentioned about the Philippines' stake on the northern part of the island of Borneo. On the other hand, the Malaysians ma
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  • Sabah Reaction Paper
    Start indicting those responsible for Sabah bloodshed By William M. Esposo  The Philippine Star (Updated March 5, 2013 - 12:00am) The March 2 early afternoon press conference at Malacanang Palace revealed hitherto unknown contacts between the President Benigno S. Aquino III (P-Noy) government
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  • Sabah Issue
    The armed intrusion into Sabah by Sulu terrorists is a blow to the progress of the BIMP-EAGA (Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines-East Asean Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA), says BIMP-EAGA Malaysia Business Council chairman Datuk Roselan Johar Mohamed. Expressing profound dismay over the incident, he
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  • Sabah
    Justice Secretary Leila de Lima on Wednesday said she is already finishing up her legal study on the Philippine claim on Sabah but added that she would not reveal it to the public without President Benigno Aquino III’s permission. De Lima said she was “90 percent” finished with her legal study
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  • Walmart: Marketing Strategy in Sabah
    Course: Retail Management Course Code: Title: Wal-Mart: The Strategy Of Retail Marketing In Sabah Name: Mohd Zul Matric No: MP04093028 Date: 4th April 2013 Content Chapter 1: Background Of The Case Study/ Walmart Company............................................. 3 Chapter 2: Answers
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  • Sabah Development Corridor
    MAJOR PROGRAMMES OF SABAH DEVELOPMENT CORRIDOR (SDC) 1. Development of Kinabalu Harbour Front and Gold Coast Enclave 2. Consolidation of logistics and transportation infrastructure as well as reducing the cost of doing business 3. Development of the Interior Food Valley: Commercial rice, fruits a
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  • Sabah and Spratlys
    Claim and Reclaiming: Relations at Stake From Lapu-Lapu to Jose Rizal, Philippine history is full with people who fought against overwhelming odds and won. Of course, we were colonized by the Spaniards and Americans, occupied by the Japanese and subjugated by a home-grown dictator. But the point
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  • Title: Sabah Multiple Class Project Phase Ii: Project Evaluation Report
    MULTIGRADE TEACHING ANNOTATED BIBLIOHRAPHY H-M Author: Hamzah Mohamad Daud, Raman Santhiram Year: 1988 Title: Sabah multiple class project Phase II: project evaluation report Reference Type: Report Institution: Education Department, Sabah Date: Oct 1989 - Mar 1988 Abstract by CB: This report
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