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Durian sauce or commonly called Tempoyak is one of the culinary riches of the archipelago known in Borneo and Sumatra. In fact, it’s not all regions of the two islands known types of food. Most people might be surprised about how it smells pungent durian fruit and sweet foods that can be processed as a friend to eat rice.
Tempoyak not made from commonly eaten ripe durian. Tempoyak made from fermented durian which is then mixed with herbs or spices such as chilli generally making then cooked by frying. Therefore, the pungent smell of durian may be no smell, even though it feels so unique and delicious.
Tempoyak creation begins with choosing a ripe durian flesh then separated from the seeds, also spiked with added salt or cayenne pepper as a catalyst for the fermentation process. Durian is then stored in a closed container at room temperature for about 3 to 5 days.Once fermented, cooked ready Tempoyak way to cook fried sambal. Red onion, red pepper, and salt to taste and then pan-fried mashed with hot oil until fragrant. Next add tomato slices and sugar to taste to taste savory. Can also be inserted teri wet. The final step is to enter the already sour durian then stir until smooth and fragrant, usually brownish.
Secretary of the department of culture and tourism (Disbudpar) Sintang H Junaidi proud with enthusiasm of the audience when Studio Single Sebeji Sintang display various indigenous Dayak culture Sintang, Friday (06/15/2012). The enthusiasm shown by the full audience thinks when performances began 1.5 hours duration.
“We are given the opportunity to appear from 11:00 am until 12:30 pm, we are very proud of the enthusiasm of the audience is outstanding. Fact, the stands packed with spectators, there are some people who are up to no place,” said Junaidi.
On the occasion of this year’s performances of Balinese culture described Junaidi, Sintang was given the opportunity to represent the West Kalimantan perform at a special event. Not only dance studio that brought on the current activities also featured custom clothing Dayak, Dayak traditional songs and musical performances Sape ‘and Keledik.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Museum unveils an international public-private sector collaboration yesterday with its American counterpart to re-engineer a 1937 vintage film, Borneo as a major tourism product of Malaysia and to ‘globalize’ the movie.Borneo is regarded by many as Malaysia’s first wildlife movie, in 18 separate language subtitles targeting 1.8 million viewers from a diverse international audience.
The re-branding and worldwide distribution of Borneo is rationalized under ‘Borneo-For-The-World’ 75th anniversary label. This global outreach campaign is spearheaded by Sabah Museum in association with the Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum in Chanute, Kansas, USA.
It is managed and promoted by Infotronik, the Johnsons’ commercial rights holder in Malaysia, in partnership with a consortium of major sponsoring parties to re-introduce the 1937 movie as the eighth wonder of Sabah.
The year-long campaign is expected to rekindle the block-buster euphoria when the movie was first premiered in New York 75 years ago. The purpose is to re-invigorate Borneo to a new level of growth; creating value, conceptualizing sequels and motivating smart partnerships that will benefit history, education, arts and culture, film and music, tourism and businesses in Malaysia.
Joanna Datuk Kitingan, a former director of the Sabah State Archives, briefed Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Datuk Masidi Manjun that Sabah Museum is committed to make Borneo and to distribute the movie to a global audience.
“We are celebrating a century-old Malaysian-American friendship fostered through the works of Martin and Osa Johnson with our forebears along the Kinabatangan River from 1920, 1935-36. Our objective is to enable more Malaysians and people around the world to see and enjoy this rare Martin and Osa Johnson’s film and be inspired by their true grit of flying adventures in faraway exotic land,” said Joana, the director of Sabah Museum.
A water theme park with a floating stage for orchestral performances in the middle, the largest duty-free shop in South East Asia and an adventure park are among future projects to be developed at the Kota Kinabalu Industrial Park (KKIP).
They would be built in the vicinity of the Karambunai resort area where there are lots of sea sports
activities.KKIP Land and Business Development Senior Manager Lawrence Kimkuan said the industrial zones within KKIP have all been fully developed and are ready to be taken up by investors.So far, KKIP has managed to develop all of its 800 acres allocated for industrial purposes. It has also successfully developed other zones of the park into commercial and residential areas.
“Now, we are going to move into leisure and tourism aspect of the park.Unfortunately, the State Government has yet to approve our application to develop this zone. But it is coming,” said Kimkuan.The zone in question has actually been gazetted for tourism.However, KKIP still needs to gain approval from the State Government.
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