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ho live in the West Kutai (Kubar), particularly sub Barong Tongkok, are now anxiously. Because the atmosphere of the township, since Friday (23/11)
afternoon until evening, so gripping. Dozens of shops along Jl Diponegoro and Jl Gajah Mada closed in order to avoid unwanted events.
d 11:30 pm. This happened, after 1.5 hours before a resident named aming struck by SP, gas station worker. The gas station has been in-line police and members of the police guarded Kubar and Kodim 0912/Kubar. A number of possible points where the concentration of mass, also guarded.The condition occurs after hundreds of people stormed and damaged equipment owned gas stations Agent Premium and Diesel Oil (APMS) Benuaq Beautiful CV Maju (BIM) in the village of Simpang Raya, Barong Tongkok, Kubar, aroun
Cheerleader cheering spectators coloring East Borneo Rally Championship title. For those who live in the vicinity of coal mines, the rally has become an entertainment in itself. East Kalimantan believed to host a national championship (kejurnas) rally fourth series. The event took place at the circuit Harang Mount Prosperous, Samboja, aquatic mammal, 17-18 November.
Held in the coal mine, the rally track is called having a different character to the next three series in Langkat, Sergai Bedagai, and Medan. Not just for the racers, also obtained by the different atmosphere surrounding residents and mine workers.
“If there is no race, the scenery here ya just coal trucks, Mas,” said Joko, a spectator who was present at position start special stage (SS) 7, Sunday (18/11/2012), the maritimeborneo.com
In colonial times of yore in Borneo, Dutch soldiers armed with rifles with cutting-edge technology of the day, while the Dayak warriors generally rely chopsticks. However, the Dutch soldiers were far more than the fear of children chopsticks Dayak warriors hit by peluru.Yang make the colonists afraid it was poisoned child chopsticks. Before leaving to the battlefield, soldiers Dayak smearing eyes chopsticks with wormwood tree or tree sap iren. In silence, they shot an action called damek chopsticks. ”So, it’s no wonder the Dutch say, Dayak warriors face was like fighting a ghost,” said Pembina Community Tarantang Petak pots, Chendana Son, in Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan. Without knowing where his opponent, suddenly one Dutch soldier collapsed, making the rest of his colleagues who are still alive scuttled.
Even if had responded with gunfire, the impact of hot lead was far disproportionate to the enormity of the children chopsticks toxic. Less than five minutes after the child chopsticks stuck on any body part, the Dutch soldiers were initially seizure-awning will die. In fact, it could be in a matter of seconds they were lifeless.Meanwhile, if the Dayak soldiers shot and not the important part, live bullets removed. Having cared for a few weeks, they were ready to fight back. Mastery field owned by a local Dayak warriors would strongly supports their movement in the jungle. ”Therefore, the influence of Dutch colonialism in Borneo is generally concentrated in the big cities but not touching up the interior,” Chendana.
Train travel is one of the types of transport that I really enjoy. The scenic routes taken by trains often offer views you would never usually see. We spent a day on the old North Borneo Railway (now called the Sabah State Railway) a 134KM stretch of track originally built in the 1890′s. Our day started early, as we wanted to do the full stretch from Kota Kinabalu
to Tenom in a day so that meant we had to catch the earliest service. The service starts from Tanjung Aru station, which is a 10 minute drive from the city. We took a minibus (17A from Waswasan Station at 7am/RM2) although you can easily get a taxi for RM15.
You can easily get all the way to Tenom in a day but there is no train back until the next morning so we booked ourselves in at the Orchid Hotel (RM60 Double Room)
Success was achieved eight childless man is not easy. The story is like this. In the past 1987, with a capital of USD 5 million Bakri buying wood from the rest of the building to the rest of bridge construction. Intention is obtained when a friend of America, and he saw him carve Bakri has potential.
Since then Bakri motivated him to explore the art of carving. The work Bakri then brought her to his home country, the land of Uncle Sam. “It turns out the results of my carvings sell well in America,” said Bakri.From there the owner of UD Bahati Jaya, Jalan RE Martadinata, Samarinda Ulu, start knitting dreams as entrepreneurs wood carving typical of Borneo. He tried to produce more in order to fulfill the order. By working alone, Bakri optimistic and confident in what he does. “At that time, a mini-sized statue alone was valued Rp10 thousand. Its value is quite big at the moment and orders began to arrive, “he described.
Bakri also started to develop several models and motifs, he finally begins to develop its business confidence. In addition to offering to a number of souvenir shops, Bakri also started following a number of local exhibitions. From there the business began to grow rapidly. “A number of bids from both within and outside the country began to arrive at that,” he said.