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As we know that the Dayak tribe Tunjung and Penihing / Aoheng is one of two from one of many tribes who inhabit the West Kutai regency. Geographically, the location where the two tribes also live quite far apart .. if the Dayak tribes inha
biting Tunjung wilahay district.Linggang Bigung, excl. Barong Tongkok, excl. Sekolaq Army, excl. Manoor BuLaant, excl.Tering dl l kamprelated to the title of which I took the above, Dayak Dayak Tunjung Rentenukng VS Penihing / Aoheng, you separate?? There is a question very jammed and I was like to find out the truth. I’ve heard from some friends who mentioned that the Dayak tribe Tunjung Rentenuukng actually a follow milir Penihing the Mahakam river flows from upstream Mahakam river .. not just of one person I’ve heard this story but from several different people … ugnnya majority were in the capital city (about) … while rates Penihing mostly inhabit the Upper Mahakam …
The question I have is:
1. Is it true that if the Dayak tribe Tunjung Penihing Rentenukng is actually looking for new areas to meet their needs?
2. Why at the present rate Tunjung Rentenukng have no sight at all in common with the tribe Penihing, but from the sound / soft brogue.
3. What causes the loss of culture in the rentenukng Penihing?
Hundreds of visitors who crowded the platform Kalimantan as the implementation of the joint promotion of the four provinces in Kalimantan in Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII) with the theme “Explore Exotica of Borneo” which took place Saturday (23/6) and then, fascinated by the dance Parangmaya made a hosted by the Regional Technical Implementation Unit auxiliaries (UPTD) Cultural Park East Kalimantan province.
Kaltim Parangmaya dance pavilion, TMII
Berceritakan Parangmaya dance of loyalty to her boyfriend of a girl. Sincere loyalty despite the enemy managed to beat his girlfriend in a war, as had previously been attacked first by witchcraft or black magic.
Musical accompaniment of guitar known for its typical Dayak Sampeq and various kinds of drums, able to anesthetize hundreds of spectators who came to watch this Parangmaya dance. Increases magical atmosphere with the scent of incense smells aloes brought by the shaman or healer spread in the wind.
Threats and danger lurk hearth of Borneo (HoB) in future years if deforestation and climate change continue to occur. This is revealed in the latest WWF report entitled Assessing the Impact of Climate Change in Borneo (Assessing Climate Change Impacts on Borneo), which was released on Friday (06.15.12).
In this report, the WWF project, if the value of natural capital (natural capital) due to deforestation in Borneo continued to be at the same point, the HoB will experience the impact of climate change at the risk of forest fires, floods, deterioration of human health, agricultural changes and damage to infrastructure .
Predicted sea level rise could cause widespread damage to residential centers. This situation will result in considerable economic damage. Also occur, the increase in the financing component of local government, communities and businesses.
With increase in temperature to two degrees, special Borneo biodiversity of marine species, reptiles and amphibians will be very disturbed. In fact, potentially destroyed in 2050 when the temperature rises more heat.
Adam Tomasek of the Heart of Borneo Initiative program, said the report followed a report titled WWF-ADB Ecological Footprint and Investment in Natural Capital in Asia and the Pacific (Ecological Footprint and Natural Capital Investment in Asia and the Pacific) which was released on June 5, 2012 last. This report is reminiscent of the loss of natural capital in the Asia-Pacific and the pressure of ecosystem services
Samarinda (East Kalimantan Xinhua) – The Government of East Kalimantan are allocated funds from the 2012 state budget through the Ministry of Agriculture of Rp462 million for the development of citrus Keprok Borneo Prima in some areas in East Kalimantan province.
“The funding for it is divided to five districts in East Kalimantan, which Malinau, Paser, East Kutai, Berau and Bulungan district,” said the Head of Department of Agriculture and Horticulture of East Kalimantan (Kalimantan) Eddy Heflin at Peterborough, on Thursday.
Eddy was accompanied by Head of Production Horticulture Gamayanti Union, explained the funds were distributed to areas with different amounts, ie according to need, the number of farmer groups, and the extent of land owned by each of the citrus growers.
For you lovers of special interest, must try a vacation to Lake National Park Sentarum. There, tourists can catch crocodiles, exploring the woods, and go put out the burning bush. Fun!Sentarum Lake National Park (TNDS) in West Kalimantan are offering different tours. There are many exciting activities to do while in there, like catching a crocodile, see raptors (birds of prey), or participate in a burning forest fire fighting.
To reach this area is not difficult. You can use the plane to Pontianak, then proceed by road. Eits, but do not forget to contact the park prior to coming, so you need as long as there can be provided.
Started the holiday in the Lake Sentarum to enjoy the morning air of Bukit Tekenang, the park must have seemed perfect. Enjoy the beauty of the panorama of the lake and natural betang TNGS. Looking at the sky and see the birds of prey flying free. Look at the grace of an eagle in flight. Be witness stout.