Malaysian clay jewellery designer creates awareness on endangered animals via her designs


Tan's Rimba, also known as the Pak Belang and Friends series, features the Malayan tiger, Borneo pygmy elephant, Malayan tapir, proboscis monkey and the rhinoceros hornbill. Photos: Studio Kittuco

At one point, Juliah Tan Feizal Tan used to stay awake at night, worrying that her jewellery creations were not up to scratch.

Back then, she had just thrown herself into learning the basics of making polymer clay earrings, and had invested in tools and equipment.

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