Dayak Dreams

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“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).

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