Catch Borneo Call-ture musical experience journey about Huminodun, a legend of the Dusun people was a maiden sacrificed to feed her famine-stricken people. Kinoingan and his wife, Sumundu, had an only daughter named Ponompuan. She was named "Huminodun", which means "transferred sacrifice". She was kind hearted, thoughtful and wise beyond her years.
There was a time in which the land became infertile that it could not grow a single plant to produce food. Kinoingan learnt that the only way to overcome this famine was to sacrifice his daughter.
This legendary story is why Sabahans today annually celebrate 'Pesta Kaamatan' or 'Harvest Festival'