Interested in clothes with Sabah motif | Daily Express Malaysia
Penang bread: Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Seri Dr Geoffrey Kitingan said dresses and clothing with traditional motifs should be further commercialized.

“Nowadays, many clothes with traditional patterns are sold in stores,” he said at the Unduk Gadau Sodop Pintutunan (gala night) held at the Hongkod Khoisan KDCA.

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