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Visited by 12 American Citizens: Batu Ruyud Now Batu Ruyud International Writing Camp

With the arrival of the twelve American visitors, Batu Ruyud has now evolved into the globally renowned Batu Ruyud…

Mei 24, 2024

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Post-Truth and the 7 Major Issues Facing the Dayak Ethnic Groups Today

The Dayak people, heirs and inhabitants of Borneo, reside on the island, which spans 743,330 square kilometers, making it th…

Jun 15, 2024

War and Slavery in Dayak Land: Background of the Tumbang Anoi Encounter 1894

The history book of the Dayaks, which is explored, written, and published 'olo itah' the Dayak people, is important.…

Jun 15, 2024

Panglima Kilat Over Japanese Occupation in the Battle of Madjang Desa 1944 - 1945

Panglima Kilat (The Lightning Commander) hails from Simanggang. Photo credit: Herman Josef van Hulten, 1982. Panglima Kilat …

Jun 14, 2024

Niah Cave, Miri, Sarawak: Tracing Humanity's Civilization on the Island of Borneo 40,000 Years Ago

Source of illustrations for this article: Charles Tyler (1993). Over in Niah, Miri, Sarawak, it's been scientifically pr…

Jun 11, 2024

Mandor, Pontianak, and Tayan: Focal Points in West Kalimantan that Echo the Traces of Japanese Occupation

Recorded in history: the traces of Japan's control and occupation in West Kalimantan are immortalized in the "Makam…

Jun 10, 2024

Echoes of Empire: The Legacy and Future of Indonesia's Colonial Palaces

The Governor-General's office of the Dutch East Indies in old town Jakarta was the grandest in the Nusantara during the …

Jun 10, 2024

Cornelis to the Dayak Community: Don't Pawn Your Land!

Cornelis: preserving land and customary rights. Cornelis emphasized on Monday, June 10, 2024, "Losing customary land me…

Jun 10, 2024

Dive Straight into the Information about the Kalimantan National Parks

Indonesia, as one of the world's ecotourism destinations, deserves to have a manual, a comprehensive information book.  …

Jun 9, 2024