Short Story and Photo Series of Indigenous People of Sarawak (1)

This post originally appeared at  http://www.jupiterstudio.com.sg/blog/2016/5/26/short-story-and-photo-series-of-indigenous-people-of-sarawak-1 I did not appreciate black and white photos until recent years that I started to love the beauty of simplicity in this type of photo in delivering a straightforward message to readers. These black and white photos shown in the above figure really bring out the character of a man…

Facebook and the real family and friends

To me, online friendship and real-world friendship are the same. There is a set of social code people needs to follow like in the real life. Most importantly we support, care, and love each other, as a family, or as friends. This is not the case in the online world. We tend to post everything…

Wake up

City is city and kampung (Malay word for village) is kampung, these two worlds seems to be separated by a milky way. Probably the city is more like a black hole sucking in everything around them, the kampung, the trees, the rivers, and the mountains. We are not afraid of losing everything around the city…

Surviving in nature

There are different tribes or aboriginal people or is more commonly called in Malay language as Orang Ulu that are living nearby the rivers in Sarawak, Borneo. This photo shows the ‘storeroom’ in a Kenyah family and it was taken because it shows many aspects of the life of the Orang Ulu. Can you tell…

Sarawak State Election 2016

Telang Usan electoral district N77. Some People Justice Party (PKR) 4WDs are heading into the mountains. This is the best road to go into the region before entering the logging roads that lead to the villages. Some logging roads are not accessible if heavy rain. Therefore even the villages are not far from each other,…

Winner

The Sarawak 2016 State Election is over, and the big winner is…