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Wikin te Taetae ni Kiribati - Kiribati Language Week

Wikin te Taetae ni Kiribati - Kiribati Language Week: 10 to 16 July 2022. Tūranga. IMG20220711160629 We have on display in the Pasifika area of Tūranga, a striking Kiribati male dancer costume. He is wearing a Te tai (headdress), a Te tiri ni mao (neck garland), a Te ramane (sash) across the body, Te kabae ( a male dance mat) wrapped around h...
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