Keeping old tales alive

Jenette narrating the tale of an ancient stone table at the storytelling session. — SHARON LING/The Star

WWF-Malaysia and Formadat compile stories narrated by highland people into a book

“LET me tell you a story about an ancient stone table,” began Jenette Ulun, a Kelabit woman from the Bario highlands. “This story was told by my grandfather while we sat by the fireplace in the longhouse.”

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