(1) In an animated Borneo tale highlighting a conflict in family relationships, an Iban hero named Kanang and his 10-year-old son, Rentap, have a dispute. One day, they go out hunting, and unfortunately, get into trouble. (2) The ancient Sardinian tradition of leaving food served on the table on the night of the first of November remains alive and in practice today. This supper is dedicated to the dead, consisting of a full meal characterized by “The Macaroni of the Dead.” Follow the preparation of the meal and its connected rituals as a supper is created for this night.

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Dayak People (Britannica)

Iban People (Wikipedia)

Italy’s Fascinating All Souls Day Traditions (The Local)

Sardinia (Britannica)

Sardinia (Wikipedia)