After 10 years of organising WBGC, the committee received the new Dato Sri Michael Manyin’s Challenge trophy for this year’s event which is to be held at Sarawak Golf Club (KGS). The More »
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DBNA will host a delegation from the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste the Ministry of Education for 5 days, from 13 July 2014. The delegation is here to study the Multi Language Education (MLE) pre-school program that DBNA started with the assistance of UNESCO, and the Bidayuh Language Development Project (BLDP) that was started with the assistance of the Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL). Besides these, the delegation is also interested to experience Bidayuh culture.
Dr. Karla Smith and her husband Jim are International Literacy Consultants with SIL. They helped get the Bidayuh Sekolah Bahasa Warisan Schools started in 2007. They are currently working in East Timor, helping the government there establish Mother-Tongue-Based Multilingual Education.
At the HQ, the delegation will be briefed on DBNA activities, in particular the MLE program and the BLDP. They will be observing the DBNA Bahasa Warisan schools in Sinjok, Benuk, and Bogag. They also will visit a primary school in Kampung Sinjok. Their visit to the following schools being arranged by the DBNA Penrissen and Bau Branches. During its stay here, the delegation will be introduced to Bidayuh cuisine, and DBNA has also arranged for some Bidayuh cultural performances by the students.
DBNA is delighted and honoured to host the delegation, and extends a warm welcome to all its members. We hope that the delegation members will also take time to enjoy the city with its clean and green setting and its friendly people and multi-cultural population.
DBNA expresses it gratitude to Timor-Leste for choosing DBNA for its study visit. We regard this as an international recognition of DBNA’s linguistics programs. We would like to thank SIL and UNESCO for recommending DBNA to be visited and for organizing it. DBNA also expresses its gratitude to members of the MLE program, the BLDP, the Education sub-committee, other relevant sub-committees, and the relevant Branches for their cooperation and support in hosting and welcoming our guests from Timor-Leste. Last, but not least, DBNA thanks the sponsors of the lunch, dinners and cultural performances that have been organized for the visit.
We wish the delegation a very fruitful and productive visit with the Dayak Bidayuh National Association and the Bidayuh community. DBNA hopes that this visit can lead to future cooperation between the two communities.
Before departing home, the Smiths and the Timorese will go to Miri to conduct teacher training there.
After 10 years of organising WBGC, the committee received the new Dato Sri Michael Manyin’s Challenge trophy for this year’s event which is to be held at Sarawak Golf Club (KGS). The trophy will replace the previous trophy after it was won by previous champion. About 65 participants have confirmed to join this year’s competition. This year, another challenge trophy up for grabs is the DBNA President’s Challenge trophy. Dato Sri Michael Manyin’s Challenge trophy is for Gross Champion and the President’s is for the Nett Champion.
To receive the challenge trophy today on 30 June 2014 was DBNA President Datu Ik Pahon Joyik who led the committee to meet Dato Sri Michael Manyin at his office at Ministry of Infrastructure Development and Communication Sarawak at Wisma Masja, Petra Jaya.
The committee members that attended the handing over of the trophy were the Organising Chairman Mr Robert Elone, Mr Joseph Jindy, Mr Ricky Guing, Mr James Sinjeng, Mr Chali Ungang, and Mr Joseph Beron.
The competition will be held on 5 July 2014 Saturday with lot of prizes to be won by the participants. Sponsors for this year’s event also come from individuals, the Yang Berhormats and also from the corporate bodies for the novelties like the hole-in-one, nearest to the hole, and longest drive. MASwings is sponsoring 2 sectors flight seats free from Kuching-Miri and Kuching-Bintulu to and fro.
DBNA and WBGC committees thank all that have contributed to ensure the success of this year’s event. This year, 10 Gross prizes and 10 Nett prizes are also up for grabs.
Dato Sri Michael Manyin said, “The Bidayuh when they organise any event, there are apolitical especially under DBNA. Every Bidayuh are invited to join”.
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DBNA Central Executive Committees joined 1,000 people attended the 9th Gawai Dayak Carnival at Redeems Centre at Kampung Apar, Singai, which featured cultural dance performances. 9 door longhouse was erected for visitors to enjoy the atmosphere of the Bidayuh hospitality with authentic foods and ‘tuak tobuh’.
Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said ‘The Gawai celebration is a significant festival in Sarawak which can contribute to the country’s tourism industry’
He said the celebration, which falls in June every year, could become a major tourist attraction due to its uniqueness and Sarawak was already well-known for its strong unity and harmonious multiracial society.
He is confident with what Sarawak has to offer, it can continue to attract more tourists and help pull tourists to Malaysia, adding the unity of people in Sarawak was something everyone should be proud of and must be preserved.
He said a united people were the backbone of the county, pointing out that without unity the country would not be able to move forward and become a high income and developed nation by 2020.
Also present were Yang di-Pertua Negeri Tun Abdul Taib Mahmud and wife Toh Puan Ragad Kurdi Taib, Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem and State Minister’s and Civil servants.