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Posted: 17 Sep 2012 03:09 PM PDT

[unable to retrieve full-text content]MIRI: Parti Rakyat Bersatu Sarawak (SUPP)Â telah mengemukakan satu kertas cadangan kepada Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi bagi menubuhkan cawangan Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) di Kuching. Presidennya ...

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Posted: 10 Sep 2012 09:34 AM PDT

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Posted: 10 Aug 2012 09:18 AM PDT

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Posted: 27 Oct 2009 01:05 AM PDT

[unable to retrieve full-text content]MIRI: Majlis Daerah Subis (MDS) semalam melaporkan lebih 20 kes demam denggi telah dikesan di beberapa rumah-rumah panjang dan kampung sekitar Niah dekat sini.Pembantu Kesihatan MDS, Kunsil Deria ketika ...

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Posted: 14 Sep 2012 01:33 AM PDT

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Posted: 11 Aug 2012 12:00 AM PDT

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Posted: 12 Jun 2012 02:23 AM PDT

KELEBIHAN MENYERTAI GSR : MENJADI TOKEY EMAS PERAK

Bayaran RM1000 anda akan perolehi seperti dibawah :

Yuran Seumur Hidup ( Boleh diwariskan)

Stock EMAS – Harga Murah Di Pasaran

PERCUMA – Kos Penghantaran

PERCUMA – Website Marketing Percuma

PERCUMA – Kos Penghantaran 1kg Percuma – Silver

PERCUMA – 1 Buku Resit Pembayaran

PERCUMA – Flayer GSR 200 pcs

PERCUMA – Card Member GSR

PERCUMA – Jaket GSR

PERCUMA – Bussines Card 300 pcs

PERCUMA – Seminar Anjuran Dealer & Syarikat

PERCUMA – Kursus Marketing Power (RM500)

Khairat Kematian : RM500 ( 2 Tahun Pertama)

JAMINAN – Belian Semula Harga Tinggi.

PERCUMA – 3 Dirham sebagai token dari Mohamad Talip

Samsung Tablet 7 Plus    * T&C

KEISTIMEWAAN SEBAGAI DEALER

  1. Syarikat Milik Bumiputera 100%
  2. Komisen yang tertinggi ditawarkan oleh syarikat Emas & Perak di Malaysia. Komisen Emas RM15/g manakala Perak 2-3%.
  3. Komisen Buyback yang tertinggi oleh syarikat Emas & Perak di Malaysia.Komisen BuybackEmas RM4/g dan Perak 0.5%.
  4. Spread produk Emas yang terendah 5% bagi khas untuk dealer sahaja.
  5. Keluaran produk Emas & Perak yang menggunakan pendekatan yang lain dari yang lain.
  6. Produk Bullion Emas & Perak menggunakan pendekatan mirip Perth Mint, Australia di mana keluaran yang terhad bagi setiap produk. Menjadikannya unik kerana limited mintage.
  7. Produk disertakan dengan sijil ketulenan yang ditauliahkan ketulenan oleh KL Assayer Office (Syukor Anuar) yang mana merupakan salah satu Pentauliah Bebas Logam Berharga.
  8. Pertama di Malaysia! Setiap Sijil Ketulenan dilekatkan dengan sticker Hologram yang mustahil untuk diklon (password encrypted)
  9. Pertama di Malaysia! Setiap Sijil Ketulenan adalah unik bagi setiap produk dengan Tema Khas
  10. Pertama di Malaysia! Setiap Bullion Bar Perak & Emas tersebut serta Sijil Ketulenanditandatangi oleh Assayer By Hand, bukan dicetak. Sangat unik.
  11. Produk bukan sahaja sebagai instrumen pelaburan bahkan sebagai "Collectors Item" kerana kuantiti yang terhad.
  12. Pelbagai design akan dikeluarkan hampir setiap 2 bulan.
  13. Mampu dibeli oleh semua golongan sasaran & mudah dijual semula
  14. Jaminan beli balik / "Buy Back" oleh syarikat
  15. Sistem Pendaftaran Dealer menggunakan pendekatan "Affiliate" yang tercanggih secara automatik
  16. Belian (Order boleh dibuat secar online – barang terus dihantar kepada anda tanpa orang tengah.
  17. Harga produk yang dikemaskini secara automatik mengikut harga emas dunia Order juga boleh dibuat secara SMS atau telefon.
  18. Mudah untuk menjadi dealer dengan hanya RM1,000 bagi masa yang terhad – Rebutlah peluang sekarang!!

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Posted: 21 Sep 2012 01:52 AM PDT

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Posted: 11 Jun 2012 09:20 AM PDT

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Suara <b>Sarawak</b>: S&#39;wak is the future for Papa Orangutan

Posted: 10 Jun 2012 09:05 PM PDT


An open letter by Peter John Jaban (Papa Orangutan):
One week after the recent debacle with the police in Miri, I am happy to be home, here in Sarawak. I've been resting after going to ground and planning for the future. I've decided that my future is here. I was born here and I intend to remain here! 

There is so much work to be done especially with crucial elections just round the corner. This is our chance is to bring about real change in Sarawak politics. My struggle for Sarawak will continue where it's needed most.

The events of the last week have revealed many things. The first is just a reminder of how much I love this country, how much I love Sarawak. As the Malay saying goes: Hujan emas di negeri orang, hujan batu di negeri sendiri. I am a Sarawakian. I need to be here among my people to work effectively.
No matter what London offers, it has nothing to compare to my own ties that bind me to Sarawak, my ibu pertiwiku, as it is called in the Sarawak anthem.
So, maybe you'll see me driving around town in my Cadillac with my beautiful daughter at my side. I'll even wave again at YB Abdul Karim Hamzah, Assistant Youth Development Minister, as he stares at me from his tiny classic car.
What else have I learnt from the last week? I have learnt that I am safer here than in any other country. In spite of all the stories from the government-controlled media trying to paint me black, I have learnt that, when I need help, the people of Sarawak are right there behind me. There are so many great heroes here in this state, carrying on their good work and supporting my own; I feel proud to work with them and will continue to do so wherever they need me.
As for the police, those that I met in Kota Kinabalu (KK) were polite and courteous. I thank them. Last week's drama was not my intention.
Sadly, in the past, certain members of our police force here have smeared the name of their colleagues by acting too hastily and too strongly towards people in their custody. Unfortunately, we live in times where even answering to someone's fist in custody is viewed as normal and part of day to day business. Even now, reports of deaths in custody continue to come out in the independent media.
I am ready to meet the police, should they wish, but on an even basis, with my representatives present - not when I am under their power to do with as they choose: to be placed under duress or to be mistreated or physically and verbally abused in any way.
That is why I left, to allow myself the opportunity to meet them on my own terms. After all, I am a citizen of Sarawak. I have committed no crime. I have not robbed or killed or cheated anyone. I want to return, to be free to live my life in the country that I love, and to continue my struggle for a better future for all of us here.
Finally, what of the events of last week? The time has come for the public to hear the story from the orangutan's mouth. As someone has said, I owe the public an explanation and this is it. After my stay in Kuching in May, I went to Sabah for a week. I took a flight, first from Kuching to Miri (no problem at all) and then from Miri to KK (again, no problem). It was only on my return flight to Miri that the problem surfaced.
As I queued for immigration, I was told that there was an issue and called into the office. I waited. My flight time was drawing near, so I questioned immigration who informed me, very politely, that this was a police matter which had been reported in July 2011 and they were waiting for Special Branch to arrive.
Special Branch did arrive! They photocopied my documents and they took pictures of me from every angle, again very politely. Then, they informed me that I was being 'referred' to the Sarawak police and escorted me to the aircraft.
I understood this to mean that I would be met by police at Miri airport. As I wanted to make sure that I wasn't taken away by the police without proper representation, I contacted my people to make certain that I was met at Miri by a few friendly faces.
On my arrival, I was surprised to find the airport full of people waiting for me! There were police, as I had expected, some were in uniform and some I took to be plainclothes officers - I know the look from my activist days. There were reporters, all taking photos right in my face, and of course, my own representatives.
I was confused and feeling unwell. The lawyer Alan Ling, now the assemblyperson for Piasau, and Dr Michael Teo, taking advantage of the fact that the police were still waiting for instructions, took me to the car and we drove off, heading to Dr Teo's clinic.
On the way into Miri, there was an accident ahead and a queue of traffic behind it. We were stuck. Dr Teo was busy on the phone, his driver busy with the road. It was raining heavily.
As I sat, a car pulled up beside us on the fast lane. Two men got out - I recognised one of them from my flight - and told me that the police were chasing our car. So, on the spur of the moment, I decided to follow them. There was no time to update Dr Teo who was otherwise engaged on the phone anyway and I'm sorry for that but I had to make my move. These three men were genuine Samaritans - they sought only to help me and I thank them for that. They then dropped me somewhere safe.
So, why did I not let anyone know where I was for three days? Well, it's not that easy to do so when I was supposed to be avoiding detection. My own phone was not working because of the heavy rain. I had to get out of Miri, which I did on the same day. I travelled on foot under the Sesco overhead lines and by hitchhiking. So, just let it be said that I didn't sit around reading about myself online and worrying about who to tell first where I was.
Finally, another Good Samaritan gave me a new phone. It seemed foolish to register a phone in my own name. As soon as that happened, I contacted my colleagues at RFS as this was the only telephone number I could remember.
As for claims in the press that I 'staged' the whole thing, I suggest those journalists verify my version of events with Special Branch in KK. As for claims that I did it for publicity, I can only say that it was not me that contacted the press - it was my representatives who felt that greater coverage would minimise the chances of improper conduct by the police.
As for those claims that I shouldn't have run and that I should have waited for the police to simply arrest me, I would ask what you all would do, knowing that you are in danger? Would you sit in the car and wait for instructions or would you take action and save yourself?  I chose action.
With regard to the near future, I will continue to take action, fighting on the ground for the people of Sarawak. I fly no flag but theirs, as I have always done. I  know that Radio Free Sarawak will carry on, business as usual, spreading the message to where it is needed and, of course, I will give them every assistance in that.
I urge listeners to continue to tune in and listen to the real message. You might even hear me reporting from the interior. But from now on, I'm staying right here.

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Posted: 11 Sep 2012 01:34 AM PDT

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Posted: 15 Jul 2012 01:16 AM PDT

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Jadual Waktu Berbuka dan Imsak bagi <b>Negeri Sarawak</b> 1433H/2012 <b>...</b>

Posted: 14 Jul 2012 05:00 AM PDT

Salam sejahtera buat semua.

Ramadhan Mubarak

Berikut adalah jadual waktu berbuka puasa dan imsak bagi kawasan-kawasan di negeri Sarawak untuk tahun 1433H/2012. Anda boleh melihat secara terus atau muat turun (download) melalui pautan yang disediakan. Jika ada sebarang masalah untuk melihat atau melakukan muat turun, sila ajukan di ruangan komen.

WAKTU BERBUKA DAN IMSAK BAGI KAWASAN DI NEGERI SARAWAK

Berikut adalah senarai kawasan yang berada dalam zon-zon waktu di negeri Sarawak:

Zon 1 – Limbang, Sundar, Trusan dan Lawas

Zon 2 – Niah, Bekenu, Miri, Sibuti dan Marudi

Zon 3 – Tatau, Suai, Belaga, Pandan, Sebauh dan Bintulu

Zon 4 – Igan, Oya, Balingian, Mukah, Dalat, Sibu, Kanowit, Kapit dan Song

Zon 5 – Belawai, Matu, Daro, Sarikei, Julau, Bintangor dan Rajang

Zon 6 – Kabong, Lingga, Sri Aman, Engkelili, Lubok Antu, Betong, Spaoh, Pusa, Saratok, Roban dan Debak

Zon 7 – Samarahan, Simunjan, Serian, Sebuyau dan Meludam

Zon 8 – Kuching, Lundu, Bau dan Sematan

Zon Khas – Kg. Ulu Merapok, Kg. Sungai Merapok, Kg. Manchu, Kg. Bukit Puan, Kg. Tanah Sibagol, Kg. Undop, Kg. Sasa, Kg. Bukit Manang, Kg. Merambai, Kg. Limpaki, Merapok, Kg. Bangkatan, Kg. Ladang Lalang, Kg. Lempaki Tengah, Kg. Lempaki Asal, Kg. Languban dan Kg. Patarikan

Sila download salinan jadual waktu berbuka dan imsak negeri Sarawak melalui paparan Sribd di atas. Selamat menjalani ibadah puasa kepada umat Islam di Melaka khususnya dan di seluruh Malaysia amnya.

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Posted: 11 Jun 2012 01:29 AM PDT

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Suara <b>Sarawak</b>: S&#39;wak is the future for Papa Orangutan

Posted: 10 Jun 2012 09:05 PM PDT


An open letter by Peter John Jaban (Papa Orangutan):
One week after the recent debacle with the police in Miri, I am happy to be home, here in Sarawak. I've been resting after going to ground and planning for the future. I've decided that my future is here. I was born here and I intend to remain here! 

There is so much work to be done especially with crucial elections just round the corner. This is our chance is to bring about real change in Sarawak politics. My struggle for Sarawak will continue where it's needed most.

The events of the last week have revealed many things. The first is just a reminder of how much I love this country, how much I love Sarawak. As the Malay saying goes: Hujan emas di negeri orang, hujan batu di negeri sendiri. I am a Sarawakian. I need to be here among my people to work effectively.
No matter what London offers, it has nothing to compare to my own ties that bind me to Sarawak, my ibu pertiwiku, as it is called in the Sarawak anthem.
So, maybe you'll see me driving around town in my Cadillac with my beautiful daughter at my side. I'll even wave again at YB Abdul Karim Hamzah, Assistant Youth Development Minister, as he stares at me from his tiny classic car.
What else have I learnt from the last week? I have learnt that I am safer here than in any other country. In spite of all the stories from the government-controlled media trying to paint me black, I have learnt that, when I need help, the people of Sarawak are right there behind me. There are so many great heroes here in this state, carrying on their good work and supporting my own; I feel proud to work with them and will continue to do so wherever they need me.
As for the police, those that I met in Kota Kinabalu (KK) were polite and courteous. I thank them. Last week's drama was not my intention.
Sadly, in the past, certain members of our police force here have smeared the name of their colleagues by acting too hastily and too strongly towards people in their custody. Unfortunately, we live in times where even answering to someone's fist in custody is viewed as normal and part of day to day business. Even now, reports of deaths in custody continue to come out in the independent media.
I am ready to meet the police, should they wish, but on an even basis, with my representatives present - not when I am under their power to do with as they choose: to be placed under duress or to be mistreated or physically and verbally abused in any way.
That is why I left, to allow myself the opportunity to meet them on my own terms. After all, I am a citizen of Sarawak. I have committed no crime. I have not robbed or killed or cheated anyone. I want to return, to be free to live my life in the country that I love, and to continue my struggle for a better future for all of us here.
Finally, what of the events of last week? The time has come for the public to hear the story from the orangutan's mouth. As someone has said, I owe the public an explanation and this is it. After my stay in Kuching in May, I went to Sabah for a week. I took a flight, first from Kuching to Miri (no problem at all) and then from Miri to KK (again, no problem). It was only on my return flight to Miri that the problem surfaced.
As I queued for immigration, I was told that there was an issue and called into the office. I waited. My flight time was drawing near, so I questioned immigration who informed me, very politely, that this was a police matter which had been reported in July 2011 and they were waiting for Special Branch to arrive.
Special Branch did arrive! They photocopied my documents and they took pictures of me from every angle, again very politely. Then, they informed me that I was being 'referred' to the Sarawak police and escorted me to the aircraft.
I understood this to mean that I would be met by police at Miri airport. As I wanted to make sure that I wasn't taken away by the police without proper representation, I contacted my people to make certain that I was met at Miri by a few friendly faces.
On my arrival, I was surprised to find the airport full of people waiting for me! There were police, as I had expected, some were in uniform and some I took to be plainclothes officers - I know the look from my activist days. There were reporters, all taking photos right in my face, and of course, my own representatives.
I was confused and feeling unwell. The lawyer Alan Ling, now the assemblyperson for Piasau, and Dr Michael Teo, taking advantage of the fact that the police were still waiting for instructions, took me to the car and we drove off, heading to Dr Teo's clinic.
On the way into Miri, there was an accident ahead and a queue of traffic behind it. We were stuck. Dr Teo was busy on the phone, his driver busy with the road. It was raining heavily.
As I sat, a car pulled up beside us on the fast lane. Two men got out - I recognised one of them from my flight - and told me that the police were chasing our car. So, on the spur of the moment, I decided to follow them. There was no time to update Dr Teo who was otherwise engaged on the phone anyway and I'm sorry for that but I had to make my move. These three men were genuine Samaritans - they sought only to help me and I thank them for that. They then dropped me somewhere safe.
So, why did I not let anyone know where I was for three days? Well, it's not that easy to do so when I was supposed to be avoiding detection. My own phone was not working because of the heavy rain. I had to get out of Miri, which I did on the same day. I travelled on foot under the Sesco overhead lines and by hitchhiking. So, just let it be said that I didn't sit around reading about myself online and worrying about who to tell first where I was.
Finally, another Good Samaritan gave me a new phone. It seemed foolish to register a phone in my own name. As soon as that happened, I contacted my colleagues at RFS as this was the only telephone number I could remember.
As for claims in the press that I 'staged' the whole thing, I suggest those journalists verify my version of events with Special Branch in KK. As for claims that I did it for publicity, I can only say that it was not me that contacted the press - it was my representatives who felt that greater coverage would minimise the chances of improper conduct by the police.
As for those claims that I shouldn't have run and that I should have waited for the police to simply arrest me, I would ask what you all would do, knowing that you are in danger? Would you sit in the car and wait for instructions or would you take action and save yourself?  I chose action.
With regard to the near future, I will continue to take action, fighting on the ground for the people of Sarawak. I fly no flag but theirs, as I have always done. I  know that Radio Free Sarawak will carry on, business as usual, spreading the message to where it is needed and, of course, I will give them every assistance in that.
I urge listeners to continue to tune in and listen to the real message. You might even hear me reporting from the interior. But from now on, I'm staying right here.

<b>Sarawak</b> is the Future for Papa Orangutan

Posted: 09 Jun 2012 04:28 PM PDT

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An open letter by Peter John Jaban (Papa Orangutan)

One week after the recent debacle with the Police in Miri, I am happy to be home, here in Sarawak. I've been resting after going to ground and planning for the future. I've decided that my future is here. I was born here and I intend to remain here! There is so much work to be done especially with crucial elections just round the corner. This is our chance is to bring about real change in Sarawak politics. My struggle for Sarawak will continue where it's needed most.

The events of the last week have revealed many things. The first is just a reminder of how much I love this country, how much I love Sarawak. As the Malay saying goes: 'Hujan emas di negeri orang, hujan batu di negeri sendiri.' I am a Sarawakian! I need to be here among
my people to work effectively. I started Radio Free Sarawak and moved to London mainly because freedom of expression here in my own country is lacking – something that I am trying to change. But, I just couldn't stay away. Now, I feel that I can best continue my struggle for the future of Sarawak here. No matter what London offers, it has nothing to compare to my own ties that bind me to Sarawak, my ibu pertiwiku, as it is called in the Sarawak State Anthem. So, maybe you'll see me driving around town in my Cadillac with my beautiful daughter at my side. I'll even wave again at YB Abdul Karim Hamzah, Assistant Youth Development Minister, as he stares at me from his tiny classic car.

What else have I learnt from the last week? I have learnt that I am safer here than in any other country. In spite of all the stories from the government-controlled media trying to paint me black, I have learnt that, when I need help, the people of Sarawak are right there behind me. There are so many great heroes here in this state, carrying on their good work and supporting my own; I feel proud to work with them and will continue to do so wherever they need me.

As for the police, those that I met in KK were polite and courteous. I thank them. Last week's drama was not my intention. Sadly, in the past, certain members of our police force here have smeared the name of their colleagues by acting too hastily and too strongly towards people in their custody. Unfortunately, we live in times where even answering to someone's fist in custody is viewed as normal and part of day to day business. Even now, reports of deaths in custody continue to come out in the independent media. I am ready to meet the Police, should they wish, but on an even basis, with my representatives present – not when I am under their power to do with as they choose: to be placed under duress or to be mistreated or physically and verbally abused in any way. That is why I left, to allow myself the opportunity to meet them on my own terms. After all, I am a citizen of Sarawak. I have committed no crime. I have not robbed or killed or cheated anyone. I want to return, to be free to live my life in the country that I love, and to continue my struggle for a better future for all of us here.

Finally, what of the events of last week? The time has come for the public to hear the story from the orangutan's mouth. As someone has said, I owe the public an explanation and this is it. After my stay in Kuching in May, I went to Sabah for a week. I took a flight, first from Kuching to Miri (no problem at all) and then from Miri to KK (again, no problem). It was only on my return flight to Miri that the problem surfaced.

As I queued for immigration, I was told that there was an issue and called into the office. I waited. My flight time was drawing near, so I questioned immigration who informed me, very politely, that this was a police matter which had been reported in July 2011 and they were waiting for Special Branch to arrive. Special Branch did arrive! They photocopied my documents and they took pictures of me from every angle, again very politely. Then, they informed me that I was being 'referred' to the Sarawak Police and escorted me to the aircraft. I understood this to mean that I would be met by police at Miri airport. As I wanted to make sure that I wasn't taken away by the police without proper representation, I contacted my people to make certain that I was met at Miri by a few friendly faces.

On my arrival, I was surprised to find the airport full of people waiting for me! There were police, as I had expected, some were in uniform and some I took to be plain-clothes officers – I know the look from my activist days. There were reporters, all taking photos right in my face, and of course, my own representatives.

I was confused and feeling unwell. The lawyer Alan Ling, now the assemblyman for Piasau, and Dr Michael Teo, taking advantage of the fact that the police were still waiting for instructions, took me to the car and we drove off, heading to Dr Teo's clinic. On the way into Miri, there was an accident ahead and a queue of traffic behind it. We were stuck. Dr Teo was busy on the phone, his driver busy with the road. It was raining heavily. As I sat, a car pulled up beside us on the fast lane. Two men got out – I recognized one of them from my flight – and told me that the police were chasing our car. So, on the spur of the moment, I decided to follow them. There was no time to update Dr Teo who was otherwise engaged on the phone anyway and I'm sorry for that but I had to make my move. These three men were genuine Samaritans – they sought only to help me and I thank them for that. They then dropped me somewhere safe.

So, why did I not let anyone know where I was for three days? Well, it's not that easy to do so when I was supposed to be avoiding detection. My own phone was not working because of the heavy rain. I had to get out of Miri, which I did on the same day. I travelled on foot under the SESCO overhead lines and by hitchhiking. So, just let it be said that I didn't sit around reading about myself online and worrying about who to tell first where I was. Finally, another Good Samaritan gave me a new phone. It seemed foolish to register a phone in my own name.

As soon as that happened, I contacted my colleagues at RFS as this was the only telephone number I could remember. My thanks go out to them and all those who helped me – the good Samaritans, Dr Michael Teo, the lawyers Alan Ling and See Chee How. If any fingers are still being pointed at my supporters and friends who came to my aid in my time of need – I want this to stop now. This is the only reason why I am making this statement at this time. In reality, I'd be quite happy for this whole event to pass into history.

As for claims in the press that I 'staged' the whole thing, I suggest those journalists verify my version of events with Special Branch in KK. As for claims that I did it for publicity, I can only say that it was not me that contacted the press – it was my representatives who felt that greater coverage would minimize the chances of improper conduct by the police. As for those claims that I shouldn't have run and that I should have waited for the police to simply arrest me, I would ask what you all would do, knowing that you are in danger? Would you sit in the car and wait for instructions or would you take action and save yourself? I chose action.

With regards the near future, I will continue to take action, fighting on the ground for the people of Sarawak. I fly no flag but theirs, as I have always done. I know that Radio Free Sarawak will carry on, business as usual, spreading the message to where it is needed and, of course, I will give them every assistance in that. I urge listeners to continue to tune in and listen to the real message. You might even hear me reporting from the interior. But from now on, I'm staying right here.

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Posted: 10 Jun 2012 12:45 AM PDT

This is an open letter by Peter John Jaban, popularly known as Papa Orangutan, to clear the air over his disappearance in Miri 10 days ago.
 

By Peter John Jaban

One week after the recent debacle with the police in Miri, I am happy to be home, here in Sarawak.  I've been resting after going to the ground and planning for the future.

I've decided that my future is here. I was born here and I intend to remain here. There is so much work to be done, especially with crucial elections just round the corner.

This is our chance is to bring about real change in Sarawak politics. My struggle for Sarawak will continue where it's needed most.

The events of the last week have revealed many things. The first is just a reminder of how much I love this country, how much I love Sarawak.

As the Malay saying goes: 'Hujan emas di negeri orang, hujan batu di negeri sendiri.'  I am a Sarawakian. I need to be here among my people to work effectively. I started Radio Free Sarawak and moved to London mainly because freedom of expression here in my own country is lacking – something that I am trying to change.  But, I just couldn't stay away.

Now, I feel that I can best continue my struggle for the future of Sarawak here. No matter what London offers, it has nothing to compare to my own ties that bind me to Sarawak, my ibu pertiwiku, as it is called in the Sarawak state anthem.

So, maybe you'll see me driving around town in my Cadillac with my beautiful daughter at my side.  I'll even wave again at YB Abdul Karim Hamzah, Assistant Youth Development Minister, as he stares at me from his tiny classic car.

What else have I learnt from the last week? I have learnt that I am safer here than in any other country. In spite of all the stories from the government-controlled media trying to paint me black, I have learnt that, when I need help, the people of Sarawak are right there behind me.

There are so many great heroes here in this state, carrying on their good work and supporting my own; I feel proud to work with them and will continue to do so wherever they need me.

As for the police, those that I met in Kota Kinabalu were polite and courteous. I thank them. Last week's drama was not my intention.

Sadly, in the past, certain members of our police force here have smeared the name of their colleagues by acting too hastily and too strongly towards people in their custody. Unfortunately, we live in times where even answering to someone's fist in custody is viewed as normal and part of day to day business.

Straight from the orangutan's mouth

Even now, reports of deaths in custody continue to come out in the independent media. I am ready to meet the police, should they wish, but on an even basis, with my representatives present – not when I am under their power to do with as they choose: to be placed under duress or to be mistreated or physically and verbally abused in any way.

That is why I left, to allow myself the opportunity to meet them on my own terms.  After all, I am a citizen of Sarawak. I have committed no crime. I have not robbed or killed or cheated anyone. I want to return, to be free to live my life in the country that I love, and to continue my struggle for a better future for all of us here.

Finally, what of the events of last week?  The time has come for the public to hear the story from the orangutan's mouth.

As someone has said, I owe the public an explanation and this is it. After my stay in Kuching in May, I went to Sabah for a week.  I took a flight, first from Kuching to Miri (no problem at all) and then from Miri to KK (again, no problem). It was only on my return flight to Miri that the problem surfaced.

As I queued for immigration, I was told that there was an issue and was called into the office.

I waited. My flight time was drawing near, so I questioned immigration, who informed me, very politely, that this was a police matter which had been reported in July 2011 and they were waiting for Special Branch to arrive.

Special Branch did arrive. They photocopied my documents and they took pictures of me from every angle, again very politely.  Then, they informed me that I was being 'referred' to the Sarawak police and escorted me to the aircraft.
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I understood this to mean that I would be met by police at Miri airport.  As I wanted to make sure that I wasn't taken away by the police without proper representation, I contacted my people to make certain that I was met at Miri by a few friendly faces.

On my arrival, I was surprised to find the airport full of people waiting for me.  There were police, as I had expected, some were in uniform and some I took to be plainclothes officers – I know the look from my activist days.

There were reporters, all taking photos right in my face, and of course, my own representatives.

I was confused and feeling unwell.  The lawyer Alan Ling, now the assemblyman for Piasau, and Dr Michael Teo, taking advantage of the fact that the police were still waiting for instructions, took me to the car and we drove off, heading to Dr Teo's clinic.



Plotting the escape

On the way into Miri, there was an accident ahead and a queue of traffic behind it.  We were stuck.  Dr Teo was busy on the phone, his driver busy with the road.  It was raining heavily.

As I sat, a car pulled up beside us on the fast lane.  Two men got out – I recognized one of them from my flight – and told me that the police were chasing our car.  So, on the spur of the moment, I decided to follow them.

There was no time to update Dr Teo who was otherwise engaged on the phone anyway and I'm sorry for that but I had to make my move. These three men were genuine Samaritans – they sought only to help me and I thank them for that.  They then dropped me somewhere safe.

So, why did I not let anyone know where I was for three days?  Well, it's not that easy to do so when I was supposed to be avoiding detection.  My own phone was not working because of the heavy rain.

I had to get out of Miri, which I did on the same day.  I travelled on foot under the SESCO overhead lines and by hitchhiking. So, just let it be said that I didn't sit around reading about myself online and worrying about who to tell first where I was.

Finally, another Good Samaritan gave me a new phone. It seemed foolish to register a phone in my own name.  As soon as that happened, I contacted my colleagues at RFS as this was the only telephone number I could remember.

My thanks go out to them and all those who helped me – the good Samaritans, Dr Michael Teo, the lawyers Alan Ling and See Chee How. If any fingers are still being pointed at my supporters and friends who came to my aid in my time of need – I want this to stop now.

This is the only reason why I am making this statement at this time.  In reality, I'd be quite happy for this whole event to pass into history.

As for claims in the press that I 'staged' the whole thing, I suggest those journalists verify my version of events with special branch in KK.  As for claims that I did it for publicity, I can only say that it was not me that contacted the press – it was my representatives who felt that greater coverage would minimize the chances of improper conduct by the police.

As for those claims that I shouldn't have run and that I should have waited for the police to simply arrest me, I would ask what you all would do, knowing that you are in danger?  Would you sit in the car and wait for instructions or would you take action and save yourself?  I chose action.

With regards the near future, I will continue to take action, fighting on the ground for the people of Sarawak.

I fly no flag but theirs, as I have always done. I  know that Radio Free Sarawak will carry on, business as usual, spreading the message to where it is needed and, of course, I will give them every assistance in that.

I urge listeners to continue to tune in and listen to the real message. You might even hear me reporting from the interior.  But from now on, I'm staying right here.

Buzz Sociopolitics Malaysia: Straight from the orangutans mouth

Posted: 09 Jun 2012 11:30 PM PDT


This is an open minute by Peter John Jaban, popularly well known as Papa Orangutan, to transparent a air over his disappearance in Miri 10 days ago.
This is a chance is to move about genuine shift in Sarawak politics. My onslaught for Sarawak will go upon where it's indispensable most.
The events of a final week have revealed most things. The initial is usually a reminder of how most we adore this country, how most we adore Sarawak.
As a Malay observant goes: 'Hujan emas di negeri orang, hujan batu di negeri sendiri.' we am a Sarawakian. we need to be here among my people to work effectively. we proposed Radio Free Sarawak as well as changed to London mainly since freedom of expression here in my own nation is not in something which we am perplexing to change. But, we usually couldn't stay away.
Now, we feel which we can best go upon my onslaught for a destiny of Sarawak here. No have a difference what London offers, it has nothing to compare to my own ties which connect me to Sarawak, myibu pertiwiku, as it is called in a Sarawak state anthem.
So, maybe you'll see me pushing around town in my Cadillac with my beautiful daughter during my side. I'll even wav! e again during YB Abdul Karim Hamzah, Assistant Youth Development Minister, as he stares during me from his tiny classic car.
What else have we learnt from a final week? we have learnt which we am safer here than in any alternative country. In annoy of all a stories from a government-controlled media perplexing to paint me black, we have learnt that, when we need help, a people of Sarawak have been right there during a back of me.
There have been so most great heroes here in this state, carrying upon their great work as well as supporting my own; we feel unapproachable to work with them as well as will go upon to do so wherever they need me.
As for a police, those which we met in Kota Kinabalu were polite as well as courteous. we appreciate them. Last week's drama was not my intention.
Sadly, in a past, sure members of a military force here have dirty a name of their colleagues by acting as well quick as well as as well strongly towards people in their custody. Unfortunately, we live in times where even answering to someone's fist in control is viewed as normal as well as part of day to day business.
Straight from a orangutan's mouth
Even now, reports of deaths in control go upon to come out in a independent media. we am ready to encounter a police, should they wish, though upon an even basis, with my member benefaction not when we am underneath their power to do with as they choose: to be placed underneath duress or to be mistreated or physically as well as verbally abused in any way.
That is since we left, to allow myself a opportunity to encounter them upon my own terms. After all, we am a adult of Sarawak. we have committed no crime. we have not robbed or killed or deceived anyone. we wish to return, to be giveaway to live my life in a nation which we love, as well as to go upon my onslaught for a better destiny for all of us here.
Finally, what of a events of final week? The ti! me has c ome for a open to attend to a story from a orangutan's mouth.
As someone has said, we owe a open an reason as well as this is it. After my stay in Kuching in May, we went to Sabah for a week. we took a flight, initial from Kuching to Miri (no complaint during all) as well as afterwards from Miri to KK (again, no problem). It was usually upon my lapse moody to Miri which a complaint surfaced.
As we queued for immigration, we was told which there was an emanate as well as was called into a office.
we waited. My moody time was drawing near, so we questioned immigration, who informed me, very politely, which this was a military have a difference which had been reported in July 2011 as well as they were watchful for Special Branch to arrive.
Special Branch did arrive. They photocopied my documents as well as they took cinema of me from each angle, again very politely. Then, they informed me which we was being 'referred' to a Sarawak military as well as escorted me to a aircraft.
we understood this to mean which we would be met by military during Miri airport. As we wanted to have sure which we wasn't taken away by a military without correct representation, we contacted my people to have sure which we was met during Miri by a couple of accessible faces.
On my arrival, we was surprised to find a airfield full of people watchful for me. There were police, as we had expected, a little were in uniform as well as a little we took to be plainclothes officers we know a demeanour from my activist days.
There were reporters, all taking photos right in my face, as well as of course, my own representatives.
we was confused as well as feeling unwell. The counsel Alan Ling, right away a representative for Piasau, as well as Dr Michael Teo, taking value of a actuality which a military were still watchful for instructions, took me to a automobile as well as we gathering off, streamer to Dr Teo's clinic.
As we sat, a automobile pulled up beside us upon a quick lane. Two group got out we recognized a single of them from my moody as well as told me which a military were chasing a car. So, upon a coax of a moment, we motionless to follow them.
There was no time to update Dr Teo who was differently intent upon a phone any way as well as I'm sorry for which though we had to have my move. These 3 group were genuine Samaritans they sought usually to help me as well as we appreciate them for that. They afterwards forsaken me somewhere safe.
So, since did we not let anyone know where we was for 3 days? Well, it's not which easy to do so when we was supposed to be avoiding detection. My own phone was not operative since of a complicated rain.
we had to get out of Miri, which we did upon a same day. we trafficked upon feet underneath a SESCO overhead lines as well as by hitchhiking. So, usually let it be pronounced which we didn't lay around reading about myself online as well as worrying about who to tell initial where we was.
Finally, an additional Good Samaritan gave me a new phone. It seemed ridiculous to register a phone in my own name. As shortly as which happened, we contacted my colleagues during RFS as this was a usually telephone number we could remember.
My interjection go out to them as well! as all those who helped me a great Samaritans, Dr Michael Teo, a lawyers Alan Ling as well as See Chee How. If any fingers have been still being forked during my supporters as well as friends who came to my aid in my time of need we wish this to stop now.
This is a usually reason since we am making this statement during this time. In reality, I'd be quite happy for this total eventuality to pass into history.
As for claims in a press which we 'staged' a total thing, we suggest those journalists verify my version of events with special bend in KK. As for claims which we did it for publicity, we can usually contend which it was not me which contacted a press it was my member who felt which greater coverage would minimize a chances of crude control by a police.
As for those claims which we shouldn't have run as well as which we should have waited for a military to simply arrest me, we would ask what we all would do, meaningful which we have been in danger? Would we lay in a automobile as well as wait for instructions or would we take movement as well as save yourself? we chose action.
With regards a nearby future, we will go upon to take action, fighting upon a belligerent for a people of Sarawak.
we fly no flag though theirs, as we have always done. we know which Radio Free Sarawak will lift on, business as usual, spreading a message to where it is indispensable and, of course, we will give them each assistance in that.
we urge listeners to go upon to balance in as well as attend to a genuine message. You competence even attend to me reporting from a interior. But from right away on, I'm staying right here.
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YTY Yang <b>Di</b>-Pertua <b>Negeri Sarawak</b> Menerima Lawatan Daripada

Posted: 21 Jun 2012 02:40 AM PDT

21.06.2012, Khamis - Hari ini Yang Di-Pertua Negeri Sarawak Tuan Yang Terutama Tun Datuk Patinggi Abang Haji Muhammad Salahuddin telah menerima lawatan daripada delegasi Jawatankuasa Mempromosikan Persefahaman dan Keharmonian Diantara Penganut Agama (JKMPKA) di Astana Negeri Sarawak.  Turut serta adalah Isteri Kepada TYT Yang Di-Pertua Negeri Sarawak Yang Amat Berbahagia Toh Puan Datuk Patinggi Hajah Norkiah. Lawatan JKMPKA ini bertujuan menggalakkan serta memantapkan perhubungan yang baik dikalangan pemimpin serta penganut pelbagai agama. Kelihatan TYT Yang Di-Pertua Negeri Sarawak bersama Pengerusi  JKMPKA, Datuk Azman Hassan.

Sabahdaily: Penghormatan <b>negeri Sarawak</b> untuk Pandelela

Posted: 21 Aug 2012 08:06 AM PDT

Pemenang pingat gangsa Olimpik, Pandelela Rinong Pamg, dianugerah bintang negeri di atas kejayaannya itu sebaik tiba di Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Kuching di sini hari ini dengan diberi sambutan sebagai seorang srikandi.

Pandelela (gambar), 19, yang diiringi ibu bapanya dan dua orang peserta Olimpik lain dari Sarawak, Bryan Nickson Lomas dan Traisy Vivien Tukiet, menjadi atlet tempatan pertama dianugerah bintang Johan Kenyalang (JBK) oleh Yang di-Pertua Negeri Sarawak, Tun Abang Muhammad Salahuddin Abang Barieng di satu upacara penyampaian anugerah di Astana Negeri, Petra Jaya, di sini.

Ketua Menteri Sarawak, Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud semasa berucap di upacara tersebut berkata sebagai gadis pertama pemenang pingat di Olimpik, kerajaan negeri juga mengumumkan satu insentif istimewa kepada jagoan terjun itu berupa biasiswa penuh untuk melanjutkan pelajaran selama empat tahun di Australia dengan pilihan tumpuan kepada bidang jurulatih renang atau pengajian tertiari.

Beliau berkata kebajikan keluarga penerjun wanita itu yang berasal dari Kampung Jugan di Bau dekat sini juga akan dijaga terutama sekali oleh kerajaan persekutuan.

Semasa mengucapkan terima kasih di atas anugerah kerajaan Sarawak kepadanya, Pandelela berkata keutamaannya buat masa sekarang ialah meneruskan program latihan tetapi beliau mungkin menimbang tawaran biasiswa itu oleh kerana tidak menyertai sebarang kejohanan sehinggalah di tahun hadapan.

"Saya berasa bangga dan ingin mengucap terima kasih kepada Tun kerana memberi kehormatan ini kepada saya, yang juga satu kebanggaan kepada keluarga saya dan semua warga Bidayuh," kata Pandelela.

Gadis Bidayuh ini berkata beliau berasa lebih gementar ketika menerima anugerah itu daripada semasa melakukan terjunan yang membawa kemenangan pingat gangsa dalam acara platform 10 meter di Sukan Olimpik 2012 di London.

Terdahulu, semasa tiba di Astana Negeri menaiki sebuah Mini Cooper terbuka atlet itu diiringi konvoi motosikal bersama menteri-menteri negeri dari lapangan terbang melalui pusat bandar raya termasuk Kuching Waterfront, yang dibanjiri orang ramai yang melihat mereka.

Sebaik tiba di lapangan terbang, Pandelela dikerumuni kira-kira 1,000 peminatnya, pembesar negeri termasuk Timbalan Ketua Menteri Tan Sri Alfred Jabu Numpang, Menteri Pembangunan Masyarakat Tan Sri William Mawan dan Presiden Presiden Persatuan Kebangsaan Dayak Bidayuh, Ik Pahon Joyik.

Sementara itu, Menteri Pembangunan Infrastruktur dan Komunikasi negeri, Datuk Seri Michael Manyin berkata Pandalela bukan sahaja menjadi kebanggaan komunitinya bahkan juga negeri dan seluruh negara sebagai ikon memberangsangkan belia lain supaya memperoleh kejayaan besar.

Mempunyai dua orang anak lain termasuk abangnya Pardika Indoma, yang juga atlet terjun kebangsaan, bapanya, Pamg Joheng berkata beliau berasa bangga atas kejayaan anak gadisnya itu yang menerima anugerah hari ini. — Bernama

JAWATAN KOSONG <b>DI</b> PERKHIDMATAN AWAM <b>NEGERI</b> <b>...</b>

Posted: 06 Sep 2012 11:59 PM PDT


Warganegara Malaysia bermastautin di Sarawak di pelawa untuk memohon jawatan kosong dalam Perkhidmatan Awam Negeri Sarawak, jawatan kosong adalah seperti berikut
  1. AHLI FOTOGRAFI B11
  2. AHLI FOTOGRAFI B17
  3. AHLI MUZIK/PEGAWAI KEBUDAYAAN B17
  4. AHLI MUZIK/PEGAWAI KEBUDAYAAN B27
  5. AHLI MUZIK/PEGAWAI KEBUDAYAAN B41
  6. AKAUNTAN
  7. ARKITEK
  8. ARKITEK LANDSKAP
  9. DREBAR INJIN
  10. JURUANALISA SISTEM
  11. JURUAUDIT
  12. JURUKARTOGRAFI
  13. JURULATIH KAWAD
  14. JURURAWAT
  15. JURURAWAT MASYARAKAT
  16. JURUSOLEK
  17. JURUTEKNIK
  18. JURUTEKNIK (AWAM)
  19. JURUTEKNIK (BANGUNAN)
  20. JURUTEKNIK (LANDSKAP)
  21. JURUTEKNIK (LETRIK)
  22. JURUTEKNIK (MEKANIKAL)
  23. JURUTEKNIK (PERANCANG BANDAR DAN DESA)
  24. JURUTEKNIK KOMPUTER
  25. JURUTEKNIK UKUR
  26. JURUTERA
  27. JURUTERA (AWAM)
  28. JURUTERA (LETRIK)
  29. JURUTERA (MEKANIKAL)
  30. JURUTERA PELABUHAN
  31. JURUUKUR
  32. JURUUKUR BAHAN
  33. KURATOR
  34. PEG. PERKHIDMATAN PENDIDIKAN LEPASAN DIPLOMA (GURU BESAR SEKOLAH RENDAH AGAMA)
  35. PEG. PERKHIDMATAN PENDIDIKAN LEPASAN DIPLOMA (GURU SEKOLAH RENDAH AGAMA)
  36. PEGAWAI ARKIB
  37. PEGAWAI BELIA DAN SUKAN
  38. PEGAWAI BERITA
  39. PEGAWAI EHWAL EKONOMI
  40. PEGAWAI HAL EHWAL ISLAM
  41. PEGAWAI HAL EHWAL ISLAM (KETUA UNIT PENAPISAN)
  42. PEGAWAI HAL EHWAL ISLAM (KETUA UNIT SYARIAH)
  43. PEGAWAI HAL EHWAL ISLAM (NAQIB)
  44. PEGAWAI HAL EHWAL ISLAM (PENOLONG PEGAWAI QARIAH)
  45. PEGAWAI HIDUPAN LIAR
  46. PEGAWAI KAWALAN ALAM SEKITAR
  47. PEGAWAI KEBUDAYAAN B17
  48. PEGAWAI KEBUDAYAAN B27
  49. PEGAWAI KEBUDAYAAN B41
  50. PEGAWAI KESELAMATAN

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Posted: 06 Sep 2012 02:10 AM PDT

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Warganegara Malaysia bermastautin di Sarawak di pelawa untuk memohon jawatan kosong dalam Perkhidmatan Awam Negeri Sarawak, jawatan kosong adalah seperti berikut
AHLI FOTOGRAFI B11
AHLI FOTOGRAFI B17
AHLI MUZIK/PEGAWAI KEBUDAYAAN B17
AHLI MUZIK/PEGAWAI KEBUDAYAAN B27
AHLI MUZIK/PEGAWAI KEBUDAYAAN B41
AKAUNTAN
ARKITEK
ARKITEK LANDSKAP
DREBAR INJIN
JURUANALISA SISTEM
JURUAUDIT
JURUKARTOGRAFI
JURULATIH KAWAD
JURURAWAT
JURURAWAT MASYARAKAT
JURUSOLEK
JURUTEKNIK
JURUTEKNIK (AWAM)
JURUTEKNIK (BANGUNAN)
JURUTEKNIK (LANDSKAP)
JURUTEKNIK (LETRIK)
JURUTEKNIK (MEKANIKAL)
JURUTEKNIK (PERANCANG BANDAR DAN DESA)
JURUTEKNIK KOMPUTER
JURUTEKNIK UKUR
JURUTERA
JURUTERA (AWAM)
JURUTERA (LETRIK)
JURUTERA (MEKANIKAL)
JURUTERA PELABUHAN
JURUUKUR
JURUUKUR BAHAN
KURATOR
PEG. PERKHIDMATAN PENDIDIKAN LEPASAN DIPLOMA (GURU BESAR SEKOLAH RENDAH AGAMA)
PEG. PERKHIDMATAN PENDIDIKAN LEPASAN DIPLOMA (GURU SEKOLAH RENDAH AGAMA)
PEGAWAI ARKIB
PEGAWAI BELIA DAN SUKAN
PEGAWAI BERITA
PEGAWAI EHWAL EKONOMI
PEGAWAI HAL EHWAL ISLAM
PEGAWAI HAL EHWAL ISLAM (KETUA UNIT PENAPISAN)
PEGAWAI HAL EHWAL ISLAM (KETUA UNIT SYARIAH)
PEGAWAI HAL EHWAL ISLAM (NAQIB)
PEGAWAI HAL EHWAL ISLAM (PENOLONG PEGAWAI QARIAH)
PEGAWAI HIDUPAN LIAR
PEGAWAI KAWALAN ALAM SEKITAR
PEGAWAI KEBUDAYAAN B17
PEGAWAI KEBUDAYAAN B27
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Jawatan Kosong Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan <b>Negeri Sarawak</b> - 50 <b>...</b>

Posted: 09 Sep 2012 09:02 PM PDT


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Jawatan Kosong Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan <b>Negeri Sarawak</b> - 50 <b>...</b>

Posted: 09 Sep 2012 09:02 PM PDT


Wargenagara yang bermastautin di Negeri Sarawak adalah dipelawa untuk mengisi pelbagai jawatan di Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Negeri Sarawak :
Sila Klik Pada Iklan Jawatan Diatas Untuk Maklumat Kelayakan.

KLIK DI SINI UNTUK MENGISI JAWATAN SECARA ONLINE

 

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