The issues of 'original' peoples around the world is very much the same and perhaps the most crucial issue that binds them is land.
The Orang Asal of the peninsula have a concept of 'tanah rayau', loosely translated to 'roaming land'; large areas of land that surround their villages. This is their customary land in which they hunt and gather plants, herbs, fruit -- whatever they need. This is their supermarket. And this is a major cause of their struggle with the government; especially when their tanah rayau acquires high economic value. The struggle of the people of Kampung Chang, Sungai Gapai in Bidor, Perak is the same as all other Orang Asli villagers. This is the village of Han Yok Chopil, better known as Tijah of Jaringan Kampong Orang Asli Semenanjung
malaysiakinitv. (June 11, 2014). Orang Asli Struggle for Land Rights. Retrieved April 05, 2020, from EngageMedia Web site: http://www.engagemedia.org/Members/malaysiakinitv/videos/Orang_Asli_Constant_struggle_for_land_rights.mp4.