Solastalgia: Forest, Crafts, and The People

RM 55

From the north to the south of our country’s backbone of Banjaran Titiwangsa to the very tip of the peninsular, we bring you to explore nine Orang Asli villages through personal and folklore tales about the relationships between forest, crafts and the people. This human-nature relationship intertwines to both the land and traditions, and the survival of their arts and culture depends on the survival of the forests.

Pages: 60 including cover

Delivery info:

  • Price include postage within West Malaysia only.
  • Additional cost for East Malaysia & Singapore shipping.
  • Goods sold are not returnable, refundable or exchangeable.
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