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The Kadazandusun Cultural Association Sabah (KDCA) is a non-political association of 40 indigenous ethnic communities of Sabah, first registered under the Malaysian Societies Act 1966, on April 29, 1966 by the then Deputy Registrar of Societies Malaysia, Mr. J. P. Rutherford. KDCA's humble beginning started with the birth of the Society of Kadazan Penampang in 1953. This society paved the way for the formation of the Kadazan Cultural Association Sabah (KCA) in 1963, which in turn transformed into the present KDCA on September 25, 1991...


Events See All

  • KDCA Honorary Awards Presentation & Signing of Huguan Siou Foundation (HSF) Deed of Trust

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  • HONGKOD KOISAAN 10K RUN 2017

    Hongkod Koisaan Run will be a 10km run which will start at the KDCA Cultural Center. Aim to briefly educate, showcase information about KDCA functions...

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  • Pengisian Program Perayaan Pesta Kaamatan 2017

    Pengisian Program Perayaan Pesta Kaamatan Yang Berlangsung Di Dewan Hongkod Koisaan Sepanjang Bulan Mei 2017....

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Announcements / Bulletin See All

  • Heartiest Congratulations to Datuk Dr. Dayu Sansalu & Zandi Flavia Ignatius

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  • KAAMATAN A SACRED FEAST; EQUATING IT TO A BEER FEST IS UTTERLY DISRESPECTFUL

    The magavau dance which is part of an age-old ritual performed during Kaamatan.   By DATUK IR JOHN ANTHONY COMMENT: The recent statement by a DAP...

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  • Time for Kadazandusun to unite

    KOTA KINABALU: The time has come for the Kadazandusun to be united more than ever before and regain respect from the other communities, said Upko acti...

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Warisan Sejarah Kadazandusun

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KDCA Golden Jubilee 1966-2016 "50th Anniversary Commemorative Book"

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Kamus Kadazan - Dusun - Malay - English (Kulit Nipis)

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Kamus Kadazan - Dusun - Malay - English (Kulit Tebal)

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