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Sibu ( /ˈsiːbuː/) is an inland town, and the capital of Sibu District (229.8 square kilometres) in Sibu Division, Sarawak, east Malaysia. It is located at the confluence of the Rajang and Igan Rivers, some 60 kilometres from the ocean and approximately 183.3 kilometres (114 mi) east-north-east of the state capital Kuching. The population is dominated by Chinese especially the Fuzhou as well as indigenous Melanau, Malay, and Iban. The town population (year 2010) is 257,800.

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Sibu Town Mosque
... Sibu Town Mosque or Masjid Bandar Sibu, also known as An-Nur Mosque, is a mosque in Sibu town, Sarawak, Malaysia ... The mosque was constructed as the old Sibu Mosque (Al-Qadim Mosque) was unable to cope up with the increasing numbers of Sibu Muslims ...
Safed Haathi - Plot
... Sibu lives with his uncle, aunt and sister Rani in a small village ... As Sibu is crossing the forest, it gets dark and he decides to rest for a while and falls asleep ... Next morning Sibu safely reaches the other village and hands over the sari to his aunt's mother ...
Mana Sibu
... Mana Sibu is one of the 180 woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia ... Part of the Mirab Welega Zone, Mana Sibu is bordered on the south by Jarso, on the southwest by Begi, on the north by the Benishangul-Gumuz Region, and on the southeast by Nejo ... Kiltu Kara woreda was part of Mana Sibu woreda ...