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Paku Rock Maze Garden
Ms. Mandy Chen (RCE Kuching)
14th Asia-Pacific Regional RCE Meeting
Session 2, 19 July, 2022

Paku Rock Maze Garden
Ms. Mandy Chen (RCE Kuching)
14th Asia-Pacific Regional RCE Meeting
Session 2, 19 July, 2022

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  1. 1. RCE KUCHING X RESPOSNIBLE BORNEO WWW.RESPONSIBLEBORNEO.COM/PAKUROCKMAZEGARDEN PAKU ROCK MAZE GARDEN
  2. 2. AGENDA 03 ABOUT PAKU 01 RCE PROGRAM WITH SCHOOLS 02 04 RCE PROGRAM WITH COMMUNITY PAKU ROCK MAZE
  3. 3. Paku, Sarawak Paku Town has Chinese and mining histories for more than 200 years. The town has a population of approximately 600 people, of which around 95% are Chinese, mainly Hakka people, and around 5% are Bidayuh. Chinese education in Paku can be traced back to 1870 when the first Chinese primary school in Sarawak - "HanMin School" was established by the Chinese in Sarawak. For every traditional Chinese festival such as the Spring Festival, the Tianchuan Festival, and the birthday of the Great Master, they will hold a grand celebration in Paku.
  4. 4. Paku Rock Maze Garden Paku rock maze is a naturally formed stone forest landform located behind the Shiwang Temple. Before 2021, it was an undeveloped primitive stone forest overgrown with shrubs. Paku rock maze is a very precious karst landform formed after a long geological evolution of the typical Gust landform. The rock maze, an extremely precious geological heritage situated at Paku Town, is formed after a long geological evolution.
  5. 5. Paku Rock Maze Garden visitors guideline
  6. 6. Paku Sarawak Facebook Page
  7. 7. Community Empowerment Process
  8. 8. RCE Activities with Schools in Paku
  9. 9. RCE Activities with Local Communities
  10. 10. Future Plan 1 Continual communication with the community leaders and members 2 Courtesy visit to local authorities 3 Visiting local businesses and schools 4 Having a space as a community centre and establishing a cooperative 5 Working with the relevant agencies on national park development 6 Designing “experimental” packages and tours for October-November 7 Conducting workshops with community members 8 Developing social activities involving communities and stakeholders 9 Organizing webinars for education, building awareness and promotion 10 Connecting Bau with the locals and internationals 11 Developing SACREST framework using Bau as a pilot study
  11. 11. THANK YOU

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