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‘Sweethears of Sarawak’ Launched

Launching Orangutan SymposiumKuching – Friday, 29 October 2010 - YAB Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud, Chief Minister of Sarawak launched the “SWEETHEARTS OF SARAWAK’ during the SARAWAK FORESTRY Annual Dinner. The ‘Sweethearts of Sarawak’ is an exclusive coffee table book produced and published by SARAWAK FORESTRY in collaboration with LimKokWing University of Creative Technology. The book features the amazing orangutans of wildlife centres in Semenggoh and Matang. The ‘Sweethearts of Sarawak’ introduces the fascinating characters of various orangutans and the noble efforts in providing the proper rehabilitation and conservation for them in Sarawak. Fascinating pictures will allow readers to get acquainted with the individual characters of these ‘Wild Men of the Forest’ and they will definitely fall in love with these orangutans – the Sweethearts of Sarawak. The book will be available at the Park Shop of all national parks in Sarawak and soon at the nearest bookstore. The proceeds from the sale of this book will be channeled to the Wildlife Conservation Fund.


AmBank Group Adopts 10 Orangutans for RM100,000

Launching Orangutan SymposiumOrangutan Adoption programme has caught the attention of the FIRST local bank who has agreed to contribute a generous adoption of RM100,000 for Orangutan conservation by the AmBank Group. Representing the Chairman, YBhg Dato’ Azlan Hashim, Deputy Chairman of AmBank Group presents the cheque of RM100,000 to YAB Pehin Sri Chief Minister, receiving on behalf of Sarawak Forestry Corporation. The contribution is for the adoption for a period of one year for 10 orangutans from Semenggoh Wildlife Centre.

Last Updated on Monday, 15 November 2010 05:54



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Last Updated on Monday, 23 November 2009 06:49

Regional Symposium On Orangutan Conservation

Launching Orangutan SymposiumKuching, Monday, November 2, 2009 - There is estimated between 1500 to 2000 Orangutans remaining in the wild in Sarawak, its viable population concentrating at two totally protected areas – Lanjak Entimau Wildlife Sanctuary and Batang Ai National Park.

Last Updated on Friday, 13 November 2009 08:05


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