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Iban Tribe Framed Print featuring the photograph Iban Tribe Member by Robert Bociaga


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7.00" x 12.00"

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12.50" x 17.50"


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Iban Tribe Member Framed Print

Robert Bociaga

by Robert Bociaga


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Iban Tribe Member framed print by Robert Bociaga.   Bring your print to life with hundreds of different frame and mat combinations. Our framed prints are assembled, packaged, and shipped by our expert framing staff and delivered "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

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There are 7 ethnic groups recognized in Brunei as indigenous. The answer to question on why the Iban tribe is not included is reduced to the mythical... more

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Comments (2)

Gary F Richards

Gary F Richards

Congratulations on your feature! Excellent capture! Fl

Jeff Iverson

Jeff Iverson

Great work!

Artist's Description

There are 7 ethnic groups recognized in Brunei as indigenous. The answer to question on why the Iban tribe is not included is reduced to the mythical story on the drunk tribal leader who could not attend the meeting when the Constitution was drafted.. Iban people are perceived as one of the most fearsome warring tribes. They still speak the Iban language and follow some animistic beliefs as in the old day, residing in traditional longhouses. / Temburong, Brunei / Jan 19, 2020

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About Robert Bociaga

Robert Bociaga

Robert Bociaga is a traveling photojournalist specializing in International Affairs. He is based in Southeast Asia and focuses on business and social issues around culture change, urbanization, political marginalization, poverty, religion and destruction of nature. He holds a master degree in Law.



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