The book will appeal to readers who are concerned about the local indigenous people, for example the Penan,” the authors say.
MIRI, Malaysia (PRWEB) January 29, 2015
In an effort to provide a new perspective on the plight of local ethnic communities within the Sela’an-Linau forest management unit’s jurisdiction, authors K.C. Linggi and Diana S. Raja wrote their new book “Sela’an-Linau Odyssey” (published by Partridge Singapore).
Both Linggi and Raja work for the Sela’an-Linau Forestry Management Unit (FMU) of Borneo, Malyasia – a region in which many indigenous groups reside, including the Kayan, Kelabit, Kenyah and Penan. These people live off the land and resources available to them within the forest, hunting wildlife for sustenance and harvesting wood as a source of revenue.
In their new book, Linggi and Raja discuss the ways in which forest management can create a more sustainable community for these indigenous peoples. They also delineate the culture, adventure and natural landscape existing within the Sela’an-Linau forest region.
“The book will appeal to readers who are concerned about the local indigenous people, for example the Penan,” the authors say. “The culture, adventure and nature mentioned in the book will appeal to tourists and nature enthusiasts, too.”
By K.C. Linggi and Diana S. Raja
Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5 in | 100 pages | ISBN 9781482829358
E-Book | 100 pages | ISBN 9781482829365
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Authors
KC Linggi is a professional forestry graduate from Universiti Putra Malaysia. In 2003, he became the project manager for the Sela’an-Linau Forestry Management Unit (FMU).
Diana S. Raja is a community affairs officer assisting in the outreach program for the local communities within the Sela’an-Linau FMU.
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