Monday, September 16, 2013

Semporna Small Petty Traders

Semporna small petty traders are highly indispensable but nominating the local distribution system.

They representing small and poor establishments and hardly have the capital to engage in broader businesses.

They are selling small petty daily things and providing useful services to the community especially the lower middle class and the poor. 

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Semporna Souvenirs industry still room for improvement

Semporna is the heaven for diving and snorkeling which attracted so many tourists annually but its souvenir industry still have room to improve. It needs to make fundamental, structural improvements.

Often than not, tourists and travelers do buy souvenirs as gifts for relatives and friends who did not make the trip.

It made souvenir as an important part of the tourism industry and helps to improve the local economy besides provide visitors to take with them a memento of their visit.

Semporna Chicken Feet noodle simply delicious

In Semporna town, chicken feet traditionally were the alternative source collagen for the lower income groups.

Stock made from chicken feet is fabulous and full of gelatin. Collagen can simply be described as a protein that acts as glue that' holds our body together but most of its thousands of mainly Sulu settlers here seen chicken feet as delicious food.

They waste not any edible parts of the chicken; instead sounds gross to them and have their own versions of chicken feet recipes.

They made soup with stock from chicken feet and mixed fish ball. It has its own unique and wonderful flavor, and the added gelatin from the feet give the noodle a luxurious taste.

Thursday, September 12, 2013

ACCCIM: Najib is a good leader; he takes care of all races

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak announced on Saturday to boost the economic role of Malays will not threaten the status of other races in the country.

The Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM), which represents more than 28,000 Malaysian Chinese companies, individuals and trade associations, believes whatever new policy that Putrajaya unveils will assist the poor and the underprivileged within the Malay community.

Its vice-president Tan Sri Lim Sing said although many Malays had improved themselves since the decades-old affirmative policy was implemented, there are still many who are lagging behind and need help.

“Najib is a good leader; he takes care of all races. I hope this practice can continue,” say Tan Sri Lim Sing.

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Semporna is the stopping point to Islands

Semporna is a city on east coast of Sabah with population of around 135,000. The small town has only a few Chinese shops.

While there is not much to see and do in Semporna itself, it is frequently used as a gateway for diving and snorkeling trips to the nearby islands of Mabul, Sipadan, Mataking, Kapalai and other Islands.