In the fourth episode we begin by looking at a depiction of Philius and his friends using traditional Dayak methods in the river at Long Sa’an as children. We also learn that their clothes were traditionally made from bark as this was the most accessible material, and that their soldiers’ uniform differed depending upon their rank.
The group then finally touch down on the shores of Long Sa’an with Philius paying an emotional tribute to the place where he and his forebears were born. We also begin to get some real insight into the reasons why the Dayak elders felt it was necessary for their people to leave Long Sa’an back in 1967.
As the journey continues, our group begin to ascend to the village of Long Sa’an, which is located on a mountain deep in the forest. Philius provides us with a wonderful summary of the farming his people engaged in in Long Sa’an before pointing out the location of the graves of his ancestors, as well as that of his mother where he pays an emotional tribute.