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Land of the Hornbill in Gold

ASEN CLOTHING

MYR70.00 MYR59.00

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Product Description

- Basic tee / Unisex cutting

- Short sleeves

- Round neckline

- Material: 100% cotton

- Premium grade, high quality, 190 g/m2

Care Instruction:

- Cold wash

- Hang dry

- Normal to low tumble

- Iron inside out

Shipping Info

Delivery time would take approximately 3 - 4 working days. An additional 1 - 2 working days is required for deliveries to East Malaysia or rural addresses. 

Free domestic shipping on all Asen products.

Land of the Hornbill is a tribute to Sarawak, Malaysia’s largest state on Borneo island and is home to 8 out of the world’s 54 hornbill species, with the Rhinoceros hornbill being the state bird of Sarawak. These birds are important cultural symbols for the Dayak natives, representing the spirit of God and is believed to bring good luck to the local community when one flies over the house.

It is closely associated with the God of War Singalang Burong, a significant figure in Iban legends and folklore. The Gawai Burong festival is held in his honour.

The Orang Ulu community believed the hornbill’s casque holds mystical powers and whoever owns one could use it to control and influence another person. As shown in this design, the classic black and white feathers of the Hornbill’s tail have been incorporated around an Orang Ulu woman, in addition with the Orang Ulu tribal motif decorated below her.

Land of the Hornbill is a tribute to Sarawak, Malaysia’s largest state on Borneo island and is home to 8 out of the world’s 54 hornbill species, with the Rhinoceros hornbill being the state bird of Sarawak. These birds are important cultural symbols for the Dayak natives, representing the spirit of God and is believed to bring good luck to the local community when one flies over the house. It is closely associated with the God of War Singalang Burong, a significant figure in Iban legends and folklore. The Gawai Burong festival is held in his honour.

The Orang Ulu community believed the hornbill’s casque holds mystical powers and whoever owns one could use it to control and influence another person. As shown in this design, the classic black and white feathers of the Hornbill’s tail have been incorporated around an Orang Ulu woman, in addition with the Orang Ulu tribal motif decorated below her.

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