From Tigers to Biocultural Conservation: A Personal Journey

Have Hope
17 Jan 2020 - Free event, reservation essential
organised by 'Have Hope'
107 Jalan Ara, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, 8:30pm - 10:30pm

This upcoming Friday, 17 January 2020, Wong Pui May will give inside into the conservation efforts taking place all over Peninsular Malaysia and the challenges faced.

Partnership is a cornerstone of Ms Wong Pui May’s work philosophy. Fresh out of university, May joined the Malaysian Conservation Alliance for Tigers (MYCAT) in 2010. More recently, May worked with Rimba’s Project Harimau Selamanya in Terengganu. Currently she is learning from the Bateq, a semi-mobile Orang Asli group in Kelantan, and exploring opportunities for community development. She has a lot of respect for Bateq indigenous knowledge and skills, and amis to develop a partnership with the community which will benefit both nature and their unique culture. May is member of the Malaysian Nature Society, our country’s oldest environmental NGO.

Gary Stanley Becker

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