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GO TRAVEL uncovers hidden gems as well as the origins of places, events, food and cultures with its GO UNCOVER segment. Patricia K travels to Sandakan, Sabah to uncover one of the biggest cave systems in Malaysia, the Gomantong Caves that's nestled in a forest reserve. The Gomantong Caves are home to a large number of swiftlets and Patricia K shows us how the swiftlets’ hardened saliva is harvested to make the popular "bird's nest". What is GO TRAVEL? GO TRAVEL is ASEAN's hottest new travel show, available exclusively on the GOASEAN travel channel. It's your one stop guide to travelling in the region, where our hosts will share travel tips and inspire you with their exciting adventures. What is GOASEAN? GOASEAN is a brand new ASEAN travel channel that serves as a platform for ASEAN me...
In late March 2015 Dr. Ann Marie Fallon from Portland State University (PSU) led a group of 15 students from the Honors College on a week-long trip to Sabah. During the trip, they visited the NGO Green Empowerment, met with lecturers from Universiti Malaysia Sabah, visited the Sabah Museum, and explored Sabah’s incredible natural resources. PSU is already planning a return trip next year!
The Malaysian state of Sabah on Borneo Island has long been known as a land of promise. Its proximity to Indonesia and the southern Philippines and its rich natural resources, have combined to make Sabah a magnet for migrants in the region. Today, some estimate that nearly half of Sabah's population is made up of foreigners who are fleeing conflict or seeking employment
Sabah, the second largest state in Malaysia, is situated at the northern part of the island of Borneo, the third largest island in the world. It covers an area of 72,500 sq. kilometres with a coastline of 1,440 kilometres long washed by the South China Sea in the West, the Sulu Sea in the Northeast and the Celebes Sea in the East. Known to the world as "THE LAND BELOW THE WIND", Sabah is rich not only in natural beauty and resources, but also in the cultural heritage of its people. Here is one of their unique craft - handmade by Sabah native. If you are interested, checkout this ebay site http://members.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewUserPage&userid=kaltencollections
For more information, visit Sabah Rubber Industry Board at http://www.rubber.sabah.gov.my 1) The production of Standard Malaysian Rubber (SMR) at the Tuaran SMR Factory. 2) The production of specialty rubber at the Beaufort Specialty Rubber Factory. For citation (APA): Sabah Rubber Industry Board (Producer). (2012, September 28). Rubber industry in Sabah [Video file]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/nL7SliPvKMo Video editing/production/mixing: J. Stephen. Narration/closed-captioning: L. Timbah.
Dutch Disease Effect on Small Open Economy. Economics. Deindustrialization. Natural Resources Curse. Oil Curse. Natural Resource Abundance. International Trade. Supervision: Dr. Mohammad Al-Sabah By: Falah Al-Falah Fatma Shah Ahmad Al-Dosary
Dr. Sabah Hamad al-Sabah al-Binali is an active investor and entrepreneurial leader, with a track record of financing, building and growing companies in the Mena region. He has held several senior positions in the finance industry including Chief Investment Officer of and CEO of C redit at Shuaa Capital, founding CEO and CIO of Saffar Capital and Head of the Treasury and Investment Division at Union National Bank.