Modern day peacemaking usually has some hand-shaking gesture and official announcement in front of the media if it has gathered public interest.
In 19th century Sarawak, peacemaking ceremonies back then were somehow more interesting.
LAWAS, Sarawak: Tucked deep in the Heart of Borneo, highland communities in Long Semadoh, Sarawak, are getting hands-on lessons on bio-engineering to address eroded riverbanks of upper Trusan River.
Long Semadoh is located at
Local folktales and legends commonly have an answer for everything. Although they are not scientifically correct, it is still entertaining to know how some things came about from a mythical point of view.
Different cultures around the world have attributed mythical creatures as the cause of meteorologic phenomenons or natural disasters like flood and earthquake.
For example, in Japanese mythology, the Namazu is a giant catfish that
Known as "pelanduk" in Malay and Iban, a mouse-deer belongs to the genus Tragulus of even-toed ungulates.
It belongs to the same family of lesser mouse-deer or kancil.
While the lesser mouse-deer is known
Today, Kinabatangan is the capital of Kinabatangan district in Sabah’s Sandakan Division.
But many generations ago, there was a cave in this area that mythical princesses called home.
British explorer Frank Hatton