Yunita Kanca makes a bemban-based handicraft (Non-timber forest product). She and several other girls made a working group called Tujuh...

Yunita Kanca makes a bemban-based handicraft (Non-timber forest product). She and several other girls made a working group called Tujuh...

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Yunita Kanca makes a bemban-based handicraft (Non-timber forest product). She and several other girls made a working group called Tujuh Dara literally meaning seven girls, West Kalimantan, Indonesia.

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