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18th Asian Australasian Animal Production Congress
Global Livestock Production in Challenging Environments

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About the AAAP 2018 logo design:

Comprises of a rhinoceros hornbill (Buceros rhinoceros) head, which is Sarawak’s official state bird and Malaysia’s national bird, and the number “1” designed incorporating Sarawak’s Orang Ulu tribal motif to complete the bird-like silhouette. The design also incorporates red, yellow and black scheme colors on a white background to represent the colors in Sarawak’s state flag and state crest.

Kuching, Sarawak

The quaint city of Kuching is Sarawak’s capital and main entry point. A small city of great history and legends, Kuching is forever remembered as the Camelot of the White Rajahs. Although the name ‘Kuching’ is associated with the Malay word for ‘Cat’, the city’s origins go centuries further before its modern day affiliation to cats and cat-lovers. Nevertheless, like the feline, the city embodies its own brand of grace and subtlety. Naturally, cat lovers claim this city as their mecca. The world’s first cat museum opened here. Fun, quirky, historic, Kuching and its region are filled with tourist attractions such as Bako National Park, Semenggoh Wildlife Centre, Borneo Highlands Resort, Sarawak Museum, Sarawak Cultural Village, Fairy Cave and many more.

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