Category: sabah

Lutong Makaw

By Solita Collas-Monsod I HAVE had three very long conversations on the Sabah issue with historian Samuel K. Tan (PhD from Syracuse), who taught at UP for 30 years and was at one point the chairman of the History Department. … Continue reading

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The Boat from Sabah

By Daryll Delgado I wrote this four years ago, while in the middle of a research project focused on trafficked labor. All these articles and opinions and strong feelings about Sabah surfacing again reminded me of that project, the people … Continue reading

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Time is on our side

By Teddy Locsin Jr. It is reported in the internet that Malaysian police are storming the houses of legal Filipino Sabah residents tearing up their residence certificates, telling the men to run and shooting them for trying to escape and … Continue reading

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the sultan’s timing

on facebook boo chanco posted a portion of former senator rene saguisag’s email on the sabah issue that starts thus: I have yet to read an account on Sabahans pining for our export-quality type of governance, after 20 years of … Continue reading

History catches up with Sabah

By Ed Lingao … For decades, the dispute over Sabah has alternately simmered or blown up, depending on the mood of whoever is in charge in Kuala Lumpur or Manila. Former President Marcos tried to raise an army of infiltrators … Continue reading

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