KUCHING -- A group of American tourists currently visiting Sarawak braved the heat and the muddy waters of the Lemanak River to get the unique first-hand experience on how the Iban tribe is adjusting itself to a fast-changing world.
The 12-member group, mainly from New York, is led by Datin Amy Hamidon, the wife of Malaysia's New York-based permanent representative to the United Nations.
This is the second time that Amy has personally organised such a visit by American tourists after last year's highly-publicised visit which included the wives of the British and Russian permanent representatives to the United Nations.
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