After 2 weeks in Sarawak, it was time for me to go home.
So many things happened during that time that if I were to go into the details, I would be able to write a short novel!
The whole experience was nothing that I have ever thought it would be. Collaborating with students from other disciplines was an eye-opener. The people I met and spent so much time with over the two weeks would always have a dear spot in my heart.
Regardless of the fact that it was a crazy, intensive, stressful time, I would do it again.
My group's Cahaya Songket project received very good feedback. Dr Ngo commented that it would be a viable product to pursue. We'll see how that pans out (perhaps a second trip to Sarawak? Who knows?!)
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