All welcome to hear “Tales from the Sea” today at Old Courthouse Auditorium

Sea Stories storyteller Daniel Raberinary, a scientist studying octopus in Madagascar, shares his story with a live public audience at the IMCC in 2016 in St. Johns, Canada.

KUCHING, June 25: Whether it’s an adventure in the field, shining moment of discovery, or triumph over challenges, scientists have exciting stories to tell.

This week ocean conservation scientists from across Malaysia and around the world are gathering in Kuching for the 5th International Marine Conservation Congress (IMCC).

Members of the public are invited to hear short stories told by a small group of these scientists at “Tales from the Sea”, a special free public event on Monday evening (June 25) at the Old Courthouse Auditorium from 6:30-8pm.

The evening will feature a blend of oral storytelling and personal accounts from scientists who are working to understand and conserve marine wildlife around the world. Seats will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Admission is free. Members of the public are welcome to join in to hear inspiring tales of marine conservation science in action.