Monsters, Dragons & Fairies by Rozan Yunos
In his book, Monsters, Dragons and Fairies: Myths and Legends from Borneo and Brunei, Rozan Yunos talks about the mythicism surrounding some of Borneo’s landmarks.
Does Borneo have its own ‘Bermuda Triangle’? Is there a dragon on Mount Kinabalu? “Why?” Why do we use the phrase “macam Bujang Sigandam”? Why are there Tiger’s Caves in Brunei when there are no tigers on Borneo?
You’ll find answers in this collection of Rozan Yunos’ first thematic fearsome tales or fairy-tales.
An archivist and keeper of history, Rozan Yunos is well known for his easily accessible site: Bruneiresources which has become a valuable point of reference for students and researchers who appreciate its well-catalogued information on Brunei’s past as well as its government.
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