Ginger and Tambunan; Switzerland of the East

Ginger and Tambunan; Switzerland of the East

About 750 metres above sea level, 
Tambunan is part of the Crocker Range 
where we passed the gravity hill
along the way.

Bamboo fencing welcomes us,
and bade us goodbye, too.
The dense forests of bamboo; 
a result of a British colonial edict 
'20 bamboo sprouts to be planted
for every bamboo cut'!

The Huge Ginger sculpture 
reminds me of my household increased usage;
ginger for every pot of rice,
ginger for every kettle of boiling water!

Because it tastes better? 
Or an anti- Covid dietary item? 













Published by Chen S. P. @ TPTan

Serena Chen @TPTan, Master degree in nursing (Monash) . Serena teaches local and overseas nurses in a stomaltherapy program. She had presented papers internationally. Serena is a member of the ‘Golden Key International Society (Monash). She was an editor of a mental health bulletin and she enjoys pottery works, cartoons, painting and poems. She shares insightful experiences about being a carer for people with mental illness and cancer in this defining society.

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