I was musing, if the bye elections were to be held in June, our neighbors across the Kelingkang Range will have little sleep. They might come over and sell their handicrafts, all the ware and perhaps some food.
What about Dayak foods?
You have kuih jala, bamboo chicken an even serang semut. Careful about the bamboo chicken. Ask for "manok pansoh" or else you get iguana on a plate.
The complete range of Dayak cuisine can't be less than in other cultures. You just need different feeding for that distinct taste. Here's a few. You can get the rest at the pix owners' blogs
After that as dessert and probably much more not sufficiently covered here, you might top it all with Tuak and Arak. This is something you should handle with gingerly care. It might not be for those uninitiated. The Arak is very potent. Try a few sips is all I suggest. Or just watch. Generosity is good but in this case, you might just end up with a different kind of spirits!
Let's work, hope, and pray, come Gawai in June, though life in these hard world times are on us, there will be cause to celebrate in whatever manner suitable, the success of "Change" in Batang Ai.