What is notable in the case of Haji Abdul Salam is that, as a "living saint," he is generally identified by those who tell these stories as the famous Sabahan
"rebel," Mat Salleh, who led an armed uprising against the British North Borneo Chartered Company Government between 1894 and 1900.
Another first for this conference was the exhibition of the exceptional Kinabalu Series by world renowned Sabahan
artist Miss Yee I-Lann.
Historical Sabah: Community and Society by historian Danny Wong Tze Ken consists of 25 short, but compelling, chapters, each from four to 14 pages long, all amply illustrated, many with never before published photographs that, taken together, nicely capture in their diversity the highly heterogeneous character of Sabahan
society of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Its purpose is to introduce the reader to various aspects of traditional Sabahan
Begak (Ida'an) is an isolate within the Sabahan
The majority of the Sabahan
Lundayeh live in the lowlands, particularly in the Sipitang region.
Riyadh, Jumada II 22, 1435, Apr 22, 2014, SPA -- After having beaten Sabahan
of Iran at King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh this evening one love within group D of the first round of Asia Soccer Champions tournament, Al-Hilal of Saudi Arabia qualified for the next round of tournament.
Although a Canadian by birth, she was truly a Sabahan
They also had to learn about the culture of the Sabahan
people and learn first aid in case something went wrong.
Nearly 50 percent of the plots of lands in Sabahan
industrial zone are not used.
educators reported that their students were increasingly frustrated with the seemingly endless U.
Gaya Island Resort will incorporate elements of Sabahan
architecture and contemporary design complete with modern amenities and Wi-Fi capabilities.