Borneo Hudoq Mask. Dayak people, Apo Kayan region, Central Borneo, Oceania. Painted wood with wicker cap.Hudoq means hornbill. These wild-looking masks are worn during agricultural ceremonies and to welcome important guests. Donning the mask, the Hudoq dancer scares away evil spirits from the longhouse. By clowning around, the dancer provokes tears of laughter which are believed to help water the newly planted rice.