From padi crops to tourism for small Bidayuh village
While the residents of Kampung Danu traditionally depended on rice harvests, these days they have shifted to commercial crops with an eye towards tourism.
In Sarawak town, squatter grandmother collects water and worries about the future
Old and alone, Enchi Anak Gegom does her best to care for her granddaughter.
From parades and music to dancing alone in pandemic-season Gawai
Village chief Maria Assim recalls the noise and colour of previous celebrations but says safety comes first this year.
Weaving the warrior spirit into a Gawai under Covid-19
No communal celebrations are allowed this year, but Sarawakians will try to keep the spirit alive nonetheless.