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James Alexander Ritchie

Documenting history of last Penan nomads – Part 5

    Even as Sarawak enjoys more than 50 years of modernisation and development, it’s always exciting and rewarding writing about the last generation of Borneo’s...

Long Seridan – Centre for Penan Learning – Part 4

  When the Long Seridan airstrip was established by the Borneo Evangelical Mission (BEM) in 1962, the Kelabit village opened up this remote region enabling...

Price of developing the Penan – Part 3

  Over the last 30 years the Sarawak government has spent millions to help uplift the standard of living of the Penan community. As Malaysia approaches...

Part 2:  A pioneer and his dilemma

In the remote Bukit Kida watershed, two days trek east of the Mulu National Park, lives a cluster of about 300 forest nomads whose...

A Visionary’s political Journey 1963-2013 (PART 12)

Veteran journalist and author James Ritchie with 35 book titles to his credit has kept himself abreast with political events in Sarawak. Excerpts from...

Nomadic Tribe in Transition

In the remote Bukit Kida watershed, two days trek east of the Mulu National Park, lives a cluster of about 300 forest nomads whose...

NOMADIC PENAN IN IDENTITY CARD CRISIS

A New Sarawak Tribune Exclusive KUCHING : The future of at least 200 nomadic and semi-settled Baram Penan children living in the remote jungles along...

A visionary’s political journey 1963-2013 (PART 8)

JAMES Ritchie has written 35 books and is planning to pen four more in the near future. Readers can, from excerpts of ‘Abdul Taib...

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