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Wordlists, narratives and traditional oral art forms were collected and tape-recorded in three villages: Nanga Pinoh, Kebebu and Ponal.
Less than 7 kilometres downriver from Kebebu is the hamlet of Ponal, which only recently (within the last 20-30 years) converted to Catholicism and so remained Dayak.
Yusriadi reported that in the past ten years, the Muslims of Kebebu have been active in asserting their identity, not as Malays as their grandparents had, but as members (warga) of the Katap Kebahan ethnic group, an identity which encompasses the Muslims of Kebebu and many other Muslim villages (but not Nanga Pinoh) as well as even more non-Muslim villages, many of them Catholic like Ponal.