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More than 200 participate in conservation cycling event

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(May 24, 2017) KUCHING – More than 200 participated in the third annual Ride for the Wild (R4TW) 2017, including virtual cyclists from Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Indonesia and Australia joining the conservation cause for orang-utans, sharks and rays. Swinburne University of Technology, Sarawak campus’ Multi-purpose Hall was bustling with people on Saturday morning when Ride for the Wild (R4TW) 2017 kicked off. The annual cycling event was organized by Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Malaysia...

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Zumbathon, recyclables collection and other fun activities at Ride for the Wild 2017

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(May 18, 2017) KUCHING – Ride for the Wild (R4TW) 2017 is back and cycling enthusiasts are encouraged to participate in the event, as a show of support towards the conservation of orang-utans and sharks. In fact, participants and their families have something more to look forward to. While the main event is targeted at Kuching’s cycling community, the side events aim to attract members of the public. One of the main attractions will be the Zumbathon organized by Swinburne Dance Club and led by...

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Cycling event Ride for the Wild 2017 to include virtual riders

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(March 25, 2017) KUCHING – The Ride for the Wild (R4TW) 2017 is a cycling event that aims to provide interested stakeholders with a platform to send their messages of support for wildlife conservation. It is organized by Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Malaysia Program, Swinburne University of Technology, Sarawak Campus (Swinburne Sarawak) and Sarawak Biodiversity Centre (SBC). The ride and the conservation of orang-utans and sharks are supported by the Sarawak Society for the Deaf, who will be sending...

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35 students learn about conservation through Art and English

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(March 19, 2017) LUBOK ANTU – What makes orang-utan conservation successful in the long-term? How can we contribute to the communities living within protected areas? These are the questions Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Malaysia Program considers in their most recent conservation education project.Thirty-five students from Sekolah Kebangsaan Nanga Delok, a primary school near Batang Ai National Park, took part in the “Using Art & English for Conservation” workshop organised by WC...

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"Boot Camp" in wildlife study design and data analysis

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