KOTA KINABALU: For the first time in her life, Armiedde Leang Fei Yi experienced how farming families in Sabah use the traditional method of grinding padi to separate the chaff from the rice.
The 11-year-old from Negri Sembilan took turns with her siblings, Aaron, 15, Armienne, 13, and Arnold, seven, spinning the kisaran parai Dusun or padi grinder fashioned from a tree trunk cut in two with a hole in the middle.
The siblings and their mother Ng Siew Fong, 43, are on holiday in Sabah and they decided to visit the Hongkod Koisaan hall in Penampang here yesterday.
Continue reading (Incl. pic) at: Getting a feel of the traditional Sabah ways