Malaysia's indigenous hit hard by deforestation

High up in the remote mountain jungles of Malaysia's eastern state of Kelantan, massive deforestation and the country's worst flood in decades have left indigenous tribes reeling.

In the village of Kuala Wok, the Temiar people's Sewang ceremony is held to worship and seek guidance from the spirits and nature, and forms an important part of their religion and culture.

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2015/03/malaysia-indigenous-hit-hard-deforestation-150329101349832.html

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