Magazine Highlight: Hello Sabah, Oct – Dec 2019
Anne Antah – Creating and preserving traditional costume through contemporary texture designs
Chanteek Borneo was listed in the Malaysia Book of Records for The First Miniature Indigenous Costume Museum in 2018. It is a brand to remind our younger generation to appreciate and embrace our uniqueness as Sabahan; that we should be proud of our own culture and we should carry our identity in our lifestyle.
Meet Chanteek Borneo’s founder and owner, Anne Antah, 44, a mother of two boys and a girl, and a second-generation Sino-Kadazan. Visit Hello Sabah to continue reading …
‘Wearing traditional costumes to work will promote Sabah’s heritage’
By Olivia Miwil – June 18, 2019 @ 1:42pm
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government’s decision to allow civil servants to wear traditional costumes every Thursday would help to keep the culture and heritage alive, while helping to generate the economy of locals directly involved in making the traditional costumes. Read more …
Galeri Chanteek Borneo terima pengiktirafan MBOR
Oleh Recqueal Raimicnews@nstp.com.my
TUARAN: Pusat pameran patung mini berpakaian tradisi, Galeri Chanteek Borneo, Tamparuli, di sini, hari ini mendapat pengiktirafan Malaysia Book of Records (MBOR) sebagai Muzium Pakaian Mini Tradisional Orang Asal Malaysia pertama.
Pencapaian itu bukan sahaja pada tahap rekod terbaharu, namun lebih 300 patung mini berpakaian tradisi itu menjadi antara inisiatif pembelajaran budaya etnik di negeri ini. Read more…
Showcasing Sabah’s ethnic costumes
Published on: Tuesday, June 02, 2015
TUARAN: Chanteek Borneo Gallery, synonymous with ethnic costume dolls, is beginning to stamp its mark as yet another ideal destination for both domestic visitors and international tourists.Founded in 2011, it is located at Kg Lakang, Jalan Telibong-Tamparuli, here. It houses a tailoring section where all the miniature costumes (worn by dolls) were designed and sewn.