Never see or eat that before. First sweet? I can't remember. My wife always said I had a bad memory.
My first sweet? Mine was the Hua Seng Tong (Peanut brittle in Wan Hin Sibu) before my father bought chocolate from Singapore.May be you should ask your mother /sister? (Just kidding(thanks for visiting.
I didn't know that this plant produces fruitlets! My first sweet ah... I think it was either the Hua Seng Tong or the rabbit sweet.
wow..! my first sweet - Bluebird ,..i think
Hi William - want to see some lemba? My friend has a farm and surrounding it are lots of lemba plants. The fruitlets are nice if you are patient enough...free too...May be we should go out for a nature shooting one day?You name the day and we can have a picnic with your family too..
Ah Ngao....any more Bluebird around? I used to love them...thanks for the memories.
WennI think ada lah...near kampongs in West Malaysia...I will try Selangor myself oneday... I am sure along the Sg. Buloh road.Thanks for visiting.
hello hello..came from Chen's blog. I just finished my bagpack trip in Kuching. Hope to visit Sibu and Miri next year.thanks for sharing these precious information! will read through your post when I have time. ;)
Eel WindThanks for dropping by...hope you have a good rest after Kuching....cheers.
Good evening Sarawakiana!Lemba must be the same plant used to dyed the fibre for kain pua. Correct me if I am wrong.Cheers!!!Greenspot
Yeah Greenspot...that's right! I forgot to mention it...focussing too much on the sweet sacs..or fruitlets.The lemba has always been used a s twine to tie things in the long house.I am going to grow some lemba in my own backyard now that I know where to get the little ones....Nice of you to drop by...
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