Recent and archived articles by Jo Timbuong
PETALING JAYA: The tragedy that has befallen the Bateq community in Kelantan has provided a glimpse to others into their secluded world.
GUA MUSANG: Preparations are being made to turn a former National Service camp into a temporary shelter for the Bateq people now recovering from a mysterious illness.
GUA MUSANG: She lost her husband and three adult children to a mysterious disease.
GUA MUSANG: The remains of three victims who are believed to have died from a mysterious disease in the Kuala Koh Bateq settlement have been brought out from their final resting places in the settlement.
GUA MUSANG: Water samples taken from the manganese mine and water catchment areas close to the Kuala Koh Orang Asli settlement are free of contaminants, reveals a study by the Environment Department.
GUA MUSANG: Despite a lack of modern amenities and threats from a mysterious illness, the Bateq people at Kampung Kuala Koh are not about to leave their village.
GUA MUSANG: The body of a Bateq man buried in the forest near Kampung Kuala Koh has been exhumed for a second post-mortem examination.
GUA MUSANG: Search and recovery operations here have found eight out of the 12 Bateq graves in the Kuala Koh settlement.
GUA MUSANG: The orang asli settlement in Kuala Koh has been declared a restricted zone as authorities work to locate 12 resting places of residents believed to have died of a mysterious illness.