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MaritimeBorneo.COM–President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is expected to open pleasing performances Dayak culture week which lasted plans do Istowa Gelora Bung Karno in Jakarta, 27 April 2013, the Governor Agustin Teras Narang in Palangkaraya, on Monday.The governor said the four Kalimantan provinces took part in the week the Dayak culture. Central Kalimantan province, and three other provinces in Kalimantan will feature a variety of Dayak culture in the cultural week.
“Week of Dayak culture first-time implemented jointly in Kalimantan provincial government. Presence of the President is expected,” said provincial governor, dubbed “Earth and Earth Tambun Bungai Pancasila” it.Terrace which is also the President of the National Assembly of Indigenous Dayak (MADN) said various dance origin Kalimantan, West Kalimantan (Kalbar), East Kalimantan (Kaltim) and South Kalimantan (South Kalimantan).
Dayak cultural week was meant to introduce the potential and natural resources held in the island of Borneo, as well as the cultural parade of the monument to the Bung Karno Sports Stadium.Terrace mention Dayak Cultural performances memperkenalan purpose to the people of Indonesia and Abroad. The performance is a momentum Dayak Cultural interaction with other regional cultures in Indonesia, “he said.
The Malaysian government said the police and military presence in the area was being doubled, while the religious group said an undetermined number of supporters from the southern Philippines had entered the area to reinforce those supporting the claim.
Gunmen have killed five policemen in Malaysia’s Sabah state where members of an armed faction from the Philippines have been facing off with security forces as they stake an ancient claim to the remote corner of Borneo island. Police on Friday tried to end the standoff with scores of followers of the sultan of Sulu, a south Philippine region, who occupied a Sabah village in February to press their claim. Two policemen and 12 followers of the sultan were killed.
The killing of the five policemen late on Saturday, in an ambush on police hunting followers of the sultan, will reinforce fears that insecurity is spreading in a region rich in resources that has been of increasing interest to investors. Malaysia’s inspector general of police, Ismail Omar, tried to ease any worries on Sunday, saying the situation was under control.
Borneo is not just having a stretch of its vast forest, but in fact the third largest island in the world also has a native culture that is still preserved to this day. Is the Dayak tribes who inhabited most of the area of Borneo is still a cultural magnet. Dayak tribe is divided into many sub-tribes, including the Meratus Dayak, Dayak Kenyah, Benuaq Dayak, Dayak Iban, Dayak Maanyan and many other sub-tribe Dayak her.
Ten Borneo pygmy elephant (Elephas maximus borneensis) was found dead endangered and is thought to have been poisoned, according to Malaysian officials, Tuesday (01/29/2013). They released a poignant photo shows a baby elephant who sniff and caress its mother.
Sabah Wildlife Department has formed a special task force together and organization WWF police to investigate the death of elephants. Director of the Sabah Wildlife Department, Laurentius Ambu said it received a report Wednesday that the death of pygmy elephants in the forests of Mount Rara, 130 kilometers from Tawau, Sabah.
“Earlier this year, two of eight elephants that had rotted carcass found near settlements. We believe that all these elephant-related deaths,” he said in an official statement. Mon Nathan, senior veterinary department, suspect animals that died from poisoning after discovering severe ulceration and bleeding in the digestive tract.
“It’s really a very sad sight to see all the elephants die, especially one dead female with a three month old baby who was alive to the side trying to wake her,” he said.
Tradition Baayun usual birthday of the prophet in his or month Rabiul Awal (27/02/2010,) is hereditary tradition of the Muslims in South Kalimantan. Tradition contains chanting prayers as she swung the child in the swing has been going on for hundreds of years and are related to indigenous Dayak beliefs Meratus mountains. Typically, Ba’ayun tradition held at the tomb of Prince Suriansyah, North Kuin Banjarmasin, king Banjar Islamic missionaries in Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan.
Annual tradition with a child swinging in Maulud is intended that the child if she grew up to be a healthy person devoted to parents, and to follow the Prophet Muhammad ketauladanan.
Interestingly, while rocking cradle the baby, the mother hummed with shalawat prophet. As if understanding is being sung, children none of the whining toddler let alone cry. most can even fall asleep.
Used in Ba’ayun swing is unique, ie, use a cloth decorated with coconut palm trees, coconut palms and coconut palm trees. leaf shaped like a ladder princess, prince ladder, umbrella throne, broken kale, kambang sarai, bracelets, and other matters relating to the royal accessories. if the process is complete Maulud Ba’ayun, swing also decorated a variety of fruit such as bananas, cake ring and banknotes, they can take home.