Hep Ka-Wot Enggang Le-Wei - Forests, Hornbills & Honey
Leong Hon Yuen, Documentary journalist, Co-founder , Factual TV | Yeap Chin Aik , Senior Conservation Officer and Project Manager, Malaysian Nature Society | Wendi Sia , Co-Founder, Gerimis Art Project
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A photography exhibition by the Orang Asli of Belum-Temenggor, Hep Ka-Wot Enggang Le-Wei (Forests, Hornbills & Honey) features photographs by six indigenous Jahai and Temiar people of Belum-Temenggor Forests in upper Perak state. The exhibition is part of the “Safeguarding the Central Forest Spine: Trees for the Future” Project, and also involves the Malaysian Nature Society’s Hornbill Conservation Project. We find out more about project and the exhibition and talks being held in relation to this project from Leong Hon Yuen (Documentary journalist, co-founder of Factual TV), Yeap Chin Aik (Senior Conservation Officer and Project Manager, Malaysian Nature Society) and Wendi Sia (Co-Founder, Gerimis Art Project).
Image Credit: Facebook/Gerimis Art Project
Produced by: Juliet Jacobs
Presented by: Juliet Jacobs
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Categories: culture, visual arts, History/Heritage
Tags: Hornbill Conservation Project, Hep Ka-Wot Enggang Le-Wei, Belum-Temenggor, Trees For The Future Project, Yeap Chin Aik, Jahai tribe, Temiar tribe, Guardians of the Hornbills, central forest spine,