|Part of the 15,000 hectares of land originally owned by the indigenous Dayak Iban|
people, which has been turned into a palm oil plantation. (JG Photo/Basten Gokkon)
Pontianak. For the Dayak Iban tribe of West Kalimantan’s Bengkayang district, the dense virgin forest here near the Indonesian border with Malaysia has been the center of life for generations.
|The graveyard in Semunying Jaya with palm|
trees planted on it without the people’s consent.
(JG Photo/Basten Gokkon)