via Borneo Post, 25 November 2017:
via Borneo Post, 21 September 2017
Dr Lindsay Lloyd-Smith recently gave a talk at the Sarawak Museum on the ongoing work of the Central Borneo Project, focused on the Kelabit Highlands. Nick Gani, who gave me the heads up to this article, is also involved in the project and instrumental in coordinating archaeology education for undergraduate students at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak. Both Lindsay and Nick are personal friends of mine.
‘Need to locate undiscovered sites in Kelabit Highlands’
Borneo Post, 28 August 2014
Two researchers from Australia were recently at the Sarawak Museum to give talks about the the rock art and human evolution in Southeast Asia. (Note: Paul Taçon is one of my supervisors)
The Sarawak Museum announced a plan to repatriate a set of bones from the Niah Cave that were placed in the custody of the University of Nevada, Los Vegas (the article writes Los Angeles?) in the 1960s.
Sarawak Museum hopes to bring back Niah Caves relics from US
Borneo Post, 24 February 2012
First published in 1911, the Sarawak Museum Journal turns 100 this year. The journal is one of the oldest in the region, and carries many articles pertaining to the archaeology of Borneo.
100 years and 88 volumes to show, Sarawak Museum Journal is a gold mine of heritage
The Star, 13 October 2011
The Sarawak Museum reveals current projects to survey and study cultural aspects of the native tribes, such as the practice of erecting burial poles, and a joint study with Cambridge to study cultural sites in the Cultured Rainforest Project (note: the article misquotes it as the Cultural Rainforest Project).
Sarawak to preserve burial poles
The Star, 03 June 2009
The newly-opened history gallery at the Sarawak Museum takes visitors to Sarawak’s past from the 7th century to today. I was particularly taken with the rock carving of the man on the boulder – whose name escapes me now.
Relics from the past at the Sarawak museum
The Star, 26 March 2009
The Sarawak Museum and Universiti Sains Malaysia recently announced their discovery of eight 3,000-year-old burials located near Miri in Sarawak.
Bernama, 01 August 2008
Ancient burial site discovered in East Malaysia
Malaysia Sun, 04 August 2008