Information sharing at Speakers Corner from March 25-31

The Darul Hana pedestrian bridge at the Kuching Waterfront that was officially opened by Sarawak TYT Tun Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud.

KUCHING; March 26: The Old Kuching Smart Heritage Agenda event from March 25 to 31 at Kuching Waterfront aims to not only entertain but also be an information sharing hub for various agencies, institutions, NGOs and individuals.

According to a press release, the Speakers Corner jointly organised Kuching North City Hall (DBKU) and Yayasan Sarawak will share information on various subjects. This includes education by Yayasan Sarawak and Centre of Technical Excellence (Centexs), social media by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission, youth and sports by the Sarawak Innovative Youth and the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) / National Anti-Drugs Agency (AADK), arts and heritage by the Sarawak Arts Council and Yayasan Budaya Melayu Sarawak, digital business by the Ministry
of Industrial and Entrepreneur Development (MIED), family and Islamic property inheritance issues by the Syariah Court and the Jabatan Agama Islam Sarawak and healthy lifestyle by accredited healthy lifestyle activists.

DBKU welcomed the public to attend the information sharing session from 10am to 4pm at Level 1, Square Tower Building (Magenta Restaurant), Kuching Waterfront.

Each session is for two hours and entrance is free.

Additionally, for the first time DBKU will feature 10 DBKU DJs who will be sharing information with DBKU Radio listeners. All the DJs involved are employees of DBKU.

For more information, call 082-446688. — DayakDaily