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The Orang Asli Tribe

The Planting_Interactions_with_Kids for the Orang Asli Tribe. A PHOTOBOOK will be enough to explain.

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Screen_Sho..11_43_08_am.pngMaking Preparations to leave.
Here we were trying to get to know what we were going to to do for the half day. I payed attention. They told that first of all we will be heading to the Orang Asli Village once again (this was the second day. We also went on the first day to the village). What we were going to do was….. First meeting the people. Then we were going to plant coconut seeds to help them in planting. It was quite fun. I was with Miyo, Nanami, Yuina and Seoyoung. They were quite nice. They were friendly in nature. Before planting, we were given options of how we wanted it to be done. Whether we wanted to do it with our hands or a shovel. Miyo then said, "Come on guys, let's do it with a shovel. You guys surely don't want your hands to het dirty right?" We all nodded and agreed to her "fact". After planting, we were going to have interactions with the cute kids of the Orang Asli Tribe. It was hard getting along with them because they did not understand what we were telling them. Slowly and gradually, they started understanding me and understood what my group and I were saying.

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Planting Trees for the Tribe
That was my group. They were really friendly and nice. The one digging is Miyo, the one in the purple top is Seoyoung and the one in the blue top (which is not seen) is Nanami and Yuina was playing with a cat that she found in the village.

Screen_Sho..12_18_23_pm.pngDiscussing how and who to do it

By hand or by shovel?


Meeting the kids of the tribe
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They seem to be liking photos a lot.

Screen_Sho..12_22_00_pm.pngTrying to get things for donation.

Trying to teach her but not working.Screen_Sho..12_23_41_pm.png
These kids were not able to understand what we were trying to tell them.

Screen_Sho..12_25_02_pm.png The happy moment when she did it.

Our efforts did not go in vain. She understood it and us. We were happy.

Posted by Saanika 17:35 Archived in Malaysia

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