SERBA DINAMIK’S LIFESTYLE AND COMMUNITY HUB AN INNOVATION GAME-CHANGER FOR KOTA SAMARAHAN

SERBA DINAMIK’S LIFESTYLE AND COMMUNITY HUB AN INNOVATION GAME-CHANGER FOR KOTA SAMARAHAN

Source: Published by Azam Sarawak on 11th March 2020. KUCHING: Mar 10: Angkatan Zaman Mansang Sarawak (AZAM Sarawak), Sarawak Development Institute (SDI) and Faradale Media-M (FMM) had their chance to take a sneak peek into D-Virtual Park, the first virtual reality (VR) theme park in Malaysia. The purpose of the visit to the park located at Serba Dinamik facilities and Smart Hub in Kota Samarahan on Mar 10 was to explore potential collaborations and linkages in future programmes as VR technology will become an increasingly important and accessible tool in various industries as the state moves towards Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR4.0).  Read more: https://dayakdaily.com/serba-dinamiks-lifestyle-and-community-hub-an-innovation-game-changer-for-kota-samarahan/?fbclid=IwAR0hzzdO2WbxcQ5lRiNCmyi0fEWQ-S14IWDWvUSRw5hSrc93e8yibtAQLGU...
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ABG JO RASMI GALERI SONGKET DAN KERINGKAM

ABG JO RASMI GALERI SONGKET DAN KERINGKAM

KUCHING, 6.03.20 - Ketua Menteri, Datuk Patinggi Abang Zohari Tun Openg dan isteri, Datuk Amar Juma'ani Tun Tuanku Haji Bujang hadir bagi menyempurnakan Majlis Pelancaran Galeri Songket Dan Keringkam di Kuching petang ini tadi. Kerajaan Sarawak melalui inisiatif Old Kuching Smart Heritage (OKSHE) hari ini melakar satu kejayaan dengan membuka Galeri Songket dan Keringkam yang pertama terletak di tengah-tengah bandar Kuching. Galeri ini mengetengahkan penggunaan teknologi digital seperti QR Code di mana pengunjung boleh menggunakan aplikasi Sarawak Pay. Selain itu, di galeri ini juga menggunakan nama branding "SARATAGE" bermaksud Sarawak dan Heritage. Di bawah branding SARATAGE, pihak galeri telah bekerjasama dengan pelbagai producer seperti SaraPride, Centexs Heritage Fashion (CHF), Komuniti Songket dan Komuniti Keringkam di seluruh Sarawak. Galeri ini dibuka kepada orang awam setiap hari, bermula jam 9 pagi hingga 6 petang. Petikan daripada Facebook Sarawakku, 6 March 2020...
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Songket, Keringkam Gallery another tourist attraction

Songket, Keringkam Gallery another tourist attraction

< p style="text-align: center">Abang Johari accompanied by his wife Juma’ani and other VIPs tour booths inside the gallery. — Photo by Chimon Upon KUCHING: The Songket and Keringkam Gallery located at Jalan Masjid here is part of Sarawak’s effort to protect and preserve the heritage of city folk, says Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg. “It is part of our approaches to preserve the city’s ecosystem, which is also known as the Kuching Heritage Trail that comprises culture of the Songket weavers and Keringkam embroideries makers.” “The gallery is not only set to become a tourist attraction but also one that displays heritage-linked products,” he said when met after the official opening of the gallery yesterday. In the meantime, he reminded the press that the Sarawak government would develop the Malay Heritage Museum at Darul Hana, which is now still at the design planning stage of development. “This museum will showcase the traditional life style of villagers (around Kuching), and this includes traditional games...
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Plans afoot to make Puncak Borneo Prison a songket hub

Plans afoot to make Puncak Borneo Prison a songket hub

Chief Minister’s wife Datuk Amar Juma’ani Tuanku Bujang admiring the songket weaved by the inmates at Puncak Borneo Prison (New Sarawak Tribune Pic) WEAVING songket is no easy skill. But 22 inmates at Puncak Borneo Prison, had managed to weave 20 Sarawak songket last year and plans are afoot to make the detention centre the largest songket industry hub in Borneo. Sarawak Prisons Department director Ajidin Salleh said the inmates were selected after going through an interview to determine if they qualify for the Puncak Borneo Prison SaraPride songket workshop. The workshop is part of the Sarawak Heritage Innovation ― songket and keringkam project ― between the Sarawak government and Sarawak Prisons Department, New Sarawak Tribune reported. Most of the inmates who went through an interview session for the project showed their interest to become a weaver in the future. “Thus, we will look for supporting agencies for them after they have been released,” he said. The workshop is located at Puncak Borneo Prison, which comprises...
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MPKS supports D-Virtual Park

MPKS supports D-Virtual Park

Workers putting the finishing final touches on the D-Virtual Park. KUCHING: The Kota Samarahan Municipal Council (MPKS) has commended Serba Dinamik Group’s efforts in creating a virtual reality (VR) park in Kota Samarahan for the benefit of the people in the area and beyond. “All big and successful business groups should emulate Serba Dinamik Group’s actions in doing good for the society,” urged MPKS chairman Datuk Peter Minos yesterday. He said that representatives from Serba Dinamik Group had met with and briefed MPKS councillors and senior staff members on their upcoming virtual reality park D-Virtual Park, located in Kota Samarahan on the way to Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Sarawak’s old campus. He said that Serba Dinamik was among the largest oil and gas companies in Malaysia and they were creating D-Virtual Park at a cost of over RM10mil as its corporate social responsibility (CSR) project. “The VR park will have everything of the computer world in entertainment — games and sports, especially for the youths...
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Teraju visits upcoming virtual park in Kota Samarahan

Teraju visits upcoming virtual park in Kota Samarahan

KUCHING: Bumiputera Agenda Steering Unit (Teraju) yesterday visited and attended a sharing session of D-Virtual Park, the first virtual park with hologram in Malaysia by Serba Dinamik Holdings Berhad in Kota Samarahan near here. D-Virtual Park is also the first in Malaysia to have a digital-concept incubator for business start-ups. Teraju’s visiting delegation was led by its chief executive officer Md Silmi Abd Rahman. Present to welcome them were Serba Dinamik Holdings Berhad director Datuk Abdul Kadier Sahib and Sarawak Multimedia Authority (SMA) deputy chief scientist Prof Dr Al-Khalid Othman. D-Virtual Park is a joint-effort between Serba Dinamik Holdings Berhad and business start-up hub Startup Borneo. The project is poised to not only create but provide wider access for business start-ups in the digital technology segment that would give greater impetus for youth economy in Sarawak, Teraju said in a statement from Selangor. For a start, Di-Virtual Park would be beneficial to the students, currently pursuing their studies at institutions of higher learning located...
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Empowering the Economic Prosperity of Youth and Digital Business

Empowering the Economic Prosperity of Youth and Digital Business

Chief Executive Officer of the Bumiputera Agenda Leading Unit (TERAJU) Md Silmi Abd Rahman visited and attended a sharing session at D-Virtual Park, Malaysia's first virtual reality theme park with hologram technology in Malaysia including a digital concept incubator center for entrepreneurs, in Kota Samarahan, Sarawak. Also present at the session were Serba Dinamik Holdings Berhad Director, Datuk Abdul Kadier Sahib and Prof. Ir. Dr. Al-Khalid Othman, Deputy Chief Scientist of Sarawak Multimedia Authority (SMA). D-Virtual Park is a joint venture between Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd and the hub Sarawak-based startup Borneo Borneo will create access and provides a great network for beginners in the digital technology segment to further and strengthening the youth economy in Sarawak. For a start, D-Virtual Park will benefit students from UITM Sarawak Samarahan Campus, University Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) and Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak a population of over 20,000 students. Therefore, D-Virtual Park has great potential to grow and to be able to give a lot of...
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Awang Tengah mulls furniture city in Sarawak

Awang Tengah mulls furniture city in Sarawak

KUCHING: Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hasan hopes to be able to set up a furniture city in Sarawak this year. “At the moment, we are looking for the right location and we have been in contact with many groups to discuss how we are going to create a furniture city,” he said. He added that Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg had agreed to let Sarawak Timber Industry Development Corporation (STIDC) lead the endeavour. He said this at a press conference held after the STIDC Special Gathering 2020 at Wisma Sumber Alam, Petra Jaya here yesterday. According to Awang Tengah, who is also STIDC Board of Management chairman, many investors, especially those from Singapore were excited about the idea. “To sustain the timber industry, we must go for high value-added products such as furniture,” he emphasised. During the STIDC Special Gathering 2020, Awang Tengah inked the STIDC Strategy Map 2020 and STIDC Integrity Policy. Also present were Assistant Minister of International...
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Opening of “Limbang Entrepreneur” by The Deputy Chief Minister of Sarawak

Opening of “Limbang Entrepreneur” by The Deputy Chief Minister of Sarawak

Today, Limbang Business Head was officiated by the Deputy Chief Minister of Sarawak and also the Minister of International Trade and Industry, Industrial Terminal and Entrepreneur Development, Sarawak Minister of Urban Development and Natural Resources II, YB Datuk Amar Haji Awang Tengah bin Ali Hassan. Limbang Entrepreneur is a continuous commitment by the Federal Government through the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MEA) to strengthen the Bumiputera economy in Sarawak. Sarawak Minister of Entrepreneur Development and Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Sarawak Datuk Mohd Naroden bin Majais said apart from selling and marketing local products, the Entrepreneur Lead also provided company address facilities services, shop lots, office space and multipurpose meeting rooms for needs. community. “This Entrepreneurship is one of the platforms for the community to provide entrepreneurs with facilities such as addresses for company registration, food stalls, shop lots, office space and meeting rooms....
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