Saturday, September 3, 2016


 A Hybrid Community in East Malaysia: The Sino-Kadazans of Sabah and their Search for Identity
by Danny Wong Tze Ken

In 1962, an organization called the United National Kadazan Organisation (UNKO) submitted a memorandum to the Cobbold Commission 1 outlining the Kadazan community of North Borneo’s (presentday Sabah) position vis-à-vis the idea for the formation of the new Federation of Malaysia. According to the memorandum, “Those who say that the country should first get self-government before thinking about Malaysia are people who belong to the immigrant races; people who have only been in the country for a few years or in the case of a few those who are at the most second generation North Borneans....https://umexpert.um.edu.my/file/publication/00001169_87046.pdf

The latest Sino Peranakan Of Ranau, Sabah

PERSATUAN PERANAKAN TIONGHUA RANAU, SABAH.

PPP/SB 118/00. ( SABAH )

Peti Surat 556, 89308 Ranau , Sabah.

Email : peranakan_tionghua_rnu@yahoo.com.my

being a Sino Native

I am proud being a Sino...
because Sino makes me feel free...
more respect and appreciate others...

We, the Sino native compete (Compete?) to get What we want...

we never ask for more to being Sabahan...but to share our live with Sabahan for better SABAH

Do anyone care?

Many people out there are ignoring SINO as BUMIPUTERA...
hmmm...what can I say...Maybe this link can explain...http://www.lawnet.sabah.gov.my/Lawnet/SabahLaws/StateLaws/Interpretation(DefinitionOfNative)Ordinance.pdf