List of people from Sarawak

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The following is a list of prominent people who were born in or have lived in the Malaysian state of Sarawak, or for whom Sarawak is a significant part of their identity.

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  • Fadillah Yusof – Malaysian Works minister, born in Kampung Hilir, Sibu
  • Fareez Tukijo – footballer
  • Fatimah Abdullah – member of State Legislative Assembly for Dalat as the Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family and Childhood Development minister

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