Bersukan namun tak berpeluh?

Bersukan namun tak berpeluh?

Bersukan namun tak berpeluh? ESports kini semakin terkenal bagi generasi muda dan turut menjadi trend terkini di kalangan remaja. Jom ketahui perkembangan sukan elektronik ini di Sarawak bersama dengan Afiq Fadhli Narawi di episod kali ini. Nak tonton episod Borak Teh C Peng yang lain, klik di sini: tvstv.my/programme/borak-teh-c-peng/ #TVS #tvstvmy #terusterhibur #astro122 #menginspirasiduniamu #sarawak #boraktehcpeng #BTCP #entertainment #morning #Share #inspiring #journey #esports #gamer
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Association targets five youths to represent Sarawak

Association targets five youths to represent Sarawak

BY INDUN SILONG KUCHING: Sarawak E-Sports Association (Sesa) targets five skilled and smart youths to represent Sarawak at international level. Sesa President Afiq Fadhli Narawi stated that the e-sports competition was held starting from Asajaya in order to recruit new talent for the sport. “We are now looking for new talents in Batu Kawa through the FIFA 21 (PS4) Competition and listing out their names. “We are targeting around 20 potential youths in esports so that they are able to compete outside Sarawak,” he said during the FIFA 21 E-Sports Competition (PS4) at the Batu Kawa Unity Hall today. According to…
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Work in tandem with development strategies

Work in tandem with development strategies

By Indun Silong KUCHING: The sport facilities in Batu Kawa were constantly being upgraded so that they can be used by all age groups. Batu Kawa Assemblyman Datuk Seri Dr Sim Kui Hian said they would continue to monitor the facilities needed by the public in the area. “This is why we are developing Ang Cheng Ho’s old quarry site into an innovation hub and sport that can be used by everyone in the community. “We will find a suitable model to change the site so that it can be used by the communities here,” he said while visiting the…
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Upgrading of sport facilities in Batu Kawa

Upgrading of sport facilities in Batu Kawa

BY INDUN SILONG KUCHING: Youths must strive to work in tandem with the development strategies of the state government to ensure that Sarawak achieves developed status by 2030. Local Government and Housing Minister Datuk Seri Dr Sim Kui Hian said this is because the youth play an important role in determining the future of Sarawak. “Our Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg has planned well for Sarawak to be a developed state by 2030. Hence it is critical that the youth follow through the plan to ensure its success,” he said when met during an event at Batu Kawa…
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Association targets five youths to represent Sarawak

Association targets five youths to represent Sarawak

BY INDUN SILONG KUCHING: Sarawak E-Sports Association (Sesa) targets five skilled and smart youths to represent Sarawak at international level. Sesa President Afiq Fadhli Narawi stated that the e-sports competition was held starting from Asajaya in order to recruit new talent for the sport. “We are now looking for new talents in Batu Kawa through the FIFA 21 (PS4) Competition and listing out their names. “We are targeting around 20 potential youths in esports so that they are able to compete outside Sarawak,” he said during the FIFA 21 E-Sports Competition (PS4) at the Batu Kawa Unity Hall today. According to…
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CM wants state’s economic ecosystem to be more conducive for youths to develop talents (Video)

CM wants state’s economic ecosystem to be more conducive for youths to develop talents (Video)

https://youtu.be/2sCGtmbAWrI KUCHING: Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg wants to transform the state’s economic ecosystem to be more conducive for youths to develop their talents. He said one of the areas the state would be focusing on is the creative industry, in which Sarawak has an abundance of young talents. “For instance our creative industry, we have the talent. That’s why you notice some of the national singers are from Sarawak. “Even in Hollywood we have James Wan (film director from Sarawak),” he said during a special meeting with the press recently in connection with his third anniversary as…
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Kuching-born James Wan to produce ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ TV series

Kuching-born James Wan to produce ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ TV series

Amazon has given a series order to their planned adaptation of the horror film I Know What You Did Last Summer, Variety has learned. Development of the series was first reported last year. The YA series is described as a modern take on the hit 1997 horror film. In a town full of secrets, a group of teenagers are stalked by a mysterious killer a year after a fatal accident on their graduation night. Like the film, the project is based on the 1973 novel of the same name by Lois Duncan. "The best horror franchises always have another scare coming, and this I…
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Why James Wan Was The Right Choice To Direct A Castlevania Movie

Why James Wan Was The Right Choice To Direct A Castlevania Movie

James Wan recently let it slip that he was attached to a live-action Castlevania movie; his career proves he's the perfect choice for this movie. James Wan revealed he was temporarily attached to a Castlevania feature film; he’s the perfect director for the job even though the video game franchise hasn’t come to life as a live-action movie yet — here's why. Many video game franchises tackle undead monsters, but Castlevania has become a staple of the industry. The ongoing saga of the Belmont family against Dracula and his evil army is the perfect material to get the feature film treatment. Although he’s yet…
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Malaysian-born director James Wan makes it to 100 most powerful people in entertainment list

Malaysian-born director James Wan makes it to 100 most powerful people in entertainment list

PETALING JAYA, Oct 17 — Kuching-born Australian filmmaker James Wan has landed a coveted spot on The Hollywood Reporter’s 100 Most Powerful People in Entertainment 2019 list. The Aquaman director who is best known for The Conjuring supernatural horror films was placed at No. 80, marking his debut on the list. According to the showbusiness magazine, this year’s list is the most diverse yet. The 42-year-old director-producer, who is based in Los Angeles, California, earned a spot on the list thanks to a deal with indie production house Starlight Media. “A financing pact with Starlight Media allows him to make edgier fare; once he wraps…
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M’sian wins New Talent Award

M’sian wins New Talent Award

A MALAYSIAN filmmaker has been recognised as one of the best new directors at the National Film Festival For Talented Youth in the United States, reported Sin Chew Daily. Mickey Lai, who graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcasting (Hons) from Tunku Abdul Rahman University College, was presented with the New Talent Award for her film The Cloud Is Still There (pic). The short film was part of Lai’s coursework in completing her master’s degree in Film and Television Production at London’s MetFilm School. It tells a story of a Christian woman and her relationship with her Taoist mother, which…
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