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  • PRESENTATION Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
  • Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
    • Climate Change : Cultural Expression of Indigenous People
    Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
    • CIFOR DOCUMENTARY
    Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
    • WHAT IS ORANG ASLI?
    Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
    • The Orang Asli are the indigenous minority peoples of Peninsula Malaysia. The name is a Malay term which translated as 'original peoples' or 'first peoples.'
    • It is a collective term introduced by anthropologists and administrators for the 18 sub-ethnic groups generally classified for official purposes into three (3) main tribal groups namely: Negritos (3%), Senois (55%), and Aboriginal Malay or Proto-Malay (42%).
    • *T otal population in 2003 was reported as 147, 412 representing a less than 1 per cent (%) of the national population of 20 million). Population Source for data: JHEOA December 2003, as reported at the International Conference on The Indigenous People 2005.
    Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
  • Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
    • BELIEF
    Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
    • SOIL : HOLY
    • “ From soil we’re coming from and to the soil we’re going to return”
    Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
    • Green Lifestyle
    Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
  • Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
  • Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
  • Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
  • Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
  • Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
  • Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
  • Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
  • Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok
  • END Asia Pacific Forum : Youth Action on Climate Change, 24 -27 January 2011, Bangkok