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10.32 a.m. - You might be wondering what the water buffalo is doing right in the middle of Lawas town. In Sarawak, the state government encouraged each town to adopt a symbol so that visitors can relate it to the uniqueness of that particular area. In this case a visitor to Lawas will immediately know that farming and rice planting is the main activity here.
Kuching , the state capital adopted the feline as its symbol because the name “Kuching” literally means cat in Malay.
Miri has adopted the Sea Horse as it wants to project its image as a resort city.
In WS I have posted another shot of the symbol adopted by the people in Sibu. I’ll let you interpret this one.

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