Finding new ways to share Sarawak’s culture and traditions

  • People
  • Friday, 24 Jun 2022

Juvita (centre) with Mathew Ngau Jau (right) and Kayan oral storyteller Adrian Jo Milang. Photos: Tuyang Initiative

Sarawakian Juvita Tatan Wan is busy organising cultural events to thrust Borneo’s indigenous communities – their stories and culture – into the limelight.

The co-founder of Miri-based social enterprise Tuyang Initiative is going all out to promote community activities now that Covid-19 restrictions have been relaxed and the country’s borders are re-opened.

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