Villagers work to save Tasik Cini


TASIK CINI, which has long associated with myths and legends and also revered by the orang asli in Pahang, was cleaned up by the local community and its supporters recently. 

Sustainable Development Network (Susden) had been mobilising volunteers to work with the orang asli in cleaning the lake when news arrived in June that it was engulfed by the parasitic water plant know locally as “misai kucing.” 

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