`Sarawak’s Pride’: Chance to be part of a record attempt

A view of the Square Tower at Kuching Waterfront as seen from the Darul Hana Bridge.

KUCHING, March 23: Sarawak’s Pride — Most Number of Unity Short Stories project organisers will be having a promotional booth at the upcoming Old Kuching Heritage Programme from March 25 to 31.

The Old Kuching Smart Heritage Programme is a week-long event organised by Kuching North City Hall (DBKU) at the Square Tower, Kuching Waterfront.

The Sarawak’s Pride — Most Number of Unity Short Stories Project is a record-attempt to showcase Sarawak’s pride by collecting the most number of unity short stories from Sarawak in the Malaysia Book of Records.

The project was launched on Feb 12, and members of the public are called to submit their stories via email to sarawakpride@gmail.com, by filling up an online form at the Yayasan Perpaduan Sarawak website at www.yps.org.my or by sending to Sarawak Development Institute WhatsApp number 013-6718063.

The promotional booth will feature all information on the project as well as the opportunity for members of the public to submit stories online or through a written out form.

Special prizes will be awarded for best-selected stories and the results will be announced in July. There will also be limited free giveaways for lucky individuals who submit their stories on-site at the promotional booth.

For more information on the Sarawak’s Pride Project, contact the organisers at the email address stated above. Information can also be found on social media (Facebook and Instagram) with the #sarawakpride. — DayakDaily