“Dayak people has to feel and appreciate the Independence of Indonesia; to be independent, smart, healthy, fulfilled, and prosperous” Dr. A. Teras Narang, S.H. The former Governor of Central Kalimantan from 2005-2015 and a Dayak origins shares his wishes and concerns about the Dayak people (especially Dayak Ngaju) and culture today and the future. His concerns answered as some people such as Jay Subyakto (Artistic Director), Leo Rustandi and Alvina Narang (Executive Producer), Erwin Gutawa (Music Director), Inet Leimena (Director), Paquita Widjaja (Costum Stylist), Edhi Agus Wiluyo (Coreographer), and Aman Durga Sipatiti (Tattoo Designer), Sophia Latjuba (actress) and Lea Simanjuntak (singer) collaborate to make a theatrical performance “Bawi Lamus”. The event was held at Teater Besar, Taman Ismail Marzuki (TIM), Cikini on Saturday and Sunday, October 14-15. Attended by 1.750 guests, Bawi Lamus tells about the condition of Kalimatan (Borneo). In Dayak means beautiful and elegant lady, Bawi Lamus is more than just telling the beauty of Kalimantan itself but also about the dreams, being able to protect the nature and maintaining relationships between human and God. Separated in four parts of Dayak stories, Bawi Lamus presented nature, humans, history and hopes. Together with Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF), the show help spread the message to save the orangutan and the ecosystem in Kalimantan (Borneo).