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Call for action on Sarawak __ I'm not sure of the date on this but it is still an interesting read about cultural and economic clashes. - From wrm.org.uy - http://www.wrm.org.uy/bulletin/7/Malaysia.html 

Iban __ A look at the Iban people. ""The Iban are a riverine people. Their occupation of a new territory is always by way of the rivers. Most of the Iban live in longhouses near a river inland. The houses are set up on long poles or stilts.These Longhouses can contain many different apartments (bilekas) in which individual families reside." - From Minnesota State University - http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/cultural/oldworld/asia/iban.html 

Iban Longhouse __ Very good gallery of images of am Iban Longhouse and the people who live there. - illustrated - From galenfrysinger.com - http://www.galenfrysinger.com/iban_longhouse.htm 

Society-IBAN __ A good overview of the Iban people and culture. - From EthnoAtlas - http://lucy.ukc.ac.uk/EthnoAtlas/Hmar/Cult_dir/Culture.7847

Statement From the Meeting of the Iban Community of Ulu Tatau, Bintulu, Sarawak __ "WE, representatives of the Iban longhouses community in Ulu Batang Tatau after having met and deliberated on the Pulpwood Mill and Forest Plantation Project owned by Borneo Pulp & Paper Sdn Bhd (BPP) at Rumah Entika, Rantau Tajak, Batang Tatau, Bintulu Division, Sarawak on 30th September 2000, do hereby state:..." A list of complaints follows. - From 1.50megs.com - http://brimas.www1.50megs.com/Statement_Tatau.htm 

The Tun Jugah Foundation __ The Foundation was created to preserve and promote Iban culture while contributing to educational, medical, and general welfare. You will learn about the organization, the Iban, news, projects and more. - illustrated - From the Tun Jugah Foundation - http://www.tunjugahfoundation.org.my/



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