Release date
20 December 2020
Eko Krisna
Een Irawan Putra
Aristyawan Cahyo Adi

Manusia dan Manusela

Nature’s abundance for the planet and mankind is a gift for life. This is the living principle embraced by the indigenous peoples of Negeri Manusela. 

Living in the middle of North Seram Mountains, specifically at the foot of Mt. Murkele and Mt. Amalea, they have traditions such as pasulaha, pahukoko, and pusenai that today are still performed as a symbol of gratitude and wise use of nature (e.g., asking for permission to take timber from the woods for building houses). 

Therefore, safeguarding the environment of Negeri Manusela is equivalent to protecting the community's survivability.