We visit a variety of establishments to see the making of cigars, weaving of clothing, and smelting of silver to be made into jewelry and religious ornaments, plus spending time with the famous ‘long-neck’ people, the Kayans, where the women wear brass coils placed on their necks from age 5. Done for reasons not verified, these rings are added and the weight pushes the collar-bone down to give the appearance of an elongated neck. This practice is now rapidly disappearing as women gain their independence.
Where the flyin'-fishes play,
An' the dawn comes up like thunder outer China 'crost the Bay! "
……………… Rudyard Kipling