Invoke the Spirits of the Rainforest with Manok Pansoh

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Hari Gawai or Gawai Dayak as called by our East Malaysian brethren that falls on the 1st of June, is an auspicious day pf thanksgiving and merrymaking.  Marking the ending of the harvest season.

Hari Gawai is celebrated with fantastical displays of cultural practices that span thousands of year.  a very important dish that’s served during this enthralling holiday is Manok Pansuk.
Manok Pansuh on expat

Also read: https://www.nst.com.my/lifestyle/jom/2020/05/595435/jom-eat-exotic-dish-sarawak

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