Thank you Emmanuel “Nuk” Chee for sending me this photo. A new library has just opened up in the Tanjung Aru area of Kota Kinabalu. Nuk saw the SabahSongs book on a trolley. Let’s hope they place it where everyone can find it! Yay! Thanks again Nuk ♥️🤗
Yap Keng Vui and Chua Chun Kiong brought me to meet curator Allen Lin at the newly-built Hakka Association building in Kota Kinabalu.
My friend Yap took me to the relatively new Sabah Art Gallery. It’s an ecologically friendly building, powered by solar panels. Responsive lights turn on as you approach a painting. It’s a little freaky, but you get used to it 🙂
What happens when a pastry chef likes sculpture? You get a Harley Davidson cake.
Despite having a list of accomplishments as long as your arm, oboist and conductor Howard Ng can tell a good yarn, and be self-deprecating in the nicest way.
Christmas Mike and I came across some lads singing a capella in the newly completed Oceanus shopping mall on the waterfront in Kota Kinabalu. Apart from sharing their lovely singing, I’m happy to be able to show Sabahans celebrating their respective religions freely and joyfully.