Rattan and Wood Crafts Can Be Popular Through Technology, This Is The Proof. The popularization of this rattan technology is the goal of Native Borneo, a South Kalimantan craftsman brand that makes various kinds of home furnishings from rattan and wood. Furniture made and sold includes shoe racks, magazine shelves, room mats, folding mattresses, folding tables, folding chairs, prayer mats, and much more. The name Native Borneo itself was founded by Anne Soemarko in 2015. However, the rattan handicraft business itself has existed since 28 years ago, established and run by its parents, also in South Kalimantan. The idea of ??crafting rattan itself began in 1985. At that time, there was a boom in Lampit in Japan. Many people in that country are looking for lampit and want to buy it, even if it has to be imported. But at that time the supply of lampit in Indonesia itself was not too much. Seeing the conditions and opportunities, Anne’s father decided to set up a company that made rattan mats to be sold to various countries including Japan. Because when it was indeed sought after, the lampit made sold well.