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Life can change in the blink of an eye part 2

By Alessandro Carosi It seems yesterday that I lived in Auckland and thinking to be there forever the unexpected news This was my last message on Facebook before leaving New Zealand, at the end I n…

The most popular Maori symbols are koru, pikorua, tiki, roimata, papahu, porowhita, manala, and matau. #peace #growth #love #health #symbolsage

The most popular Maori symbols are koru, pikorua, tiki, roimata, papahu, porowhita, manala, and matau. #peace #growth #love #health #symbolsage


It is important to understand why face tattoos for men are a good choice and what their dangers could be before getting one. You can like tattoos or dislike them altogether, but one thing you…

THE ATLAS OF BEAUTY | Bohemian Diesel Blog

The Atlas of Beauty Photographer | Mihaela Noroc Since 2013, photographer Mihaela Noroc has traveled the globe with her backpack and camera, taking photos of everyday women to showcase the diversity of beauty all around us. With ‘The Atlas of Beauty’ she has created a collection of her photographs celebrating women from all corners of the world, …

Maori Women of New Zealand

The Maori people are found in New Zealand, but are of Polynesian decent. Compared to the U.S. they have a very distinct and much different picture of beauty. Specifically Moko, which …

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Harry receiving a Haka Pōhiri from the local Māori people to welcome him to Aotearoa 3/7/23
Tahi, meaning one, first or beginning in Māori, is a land reawakened, 780 acres of tranquillity at the edge of the Pacific Ocean. As the guardians of this land, we are here to return this land to its former glory. A destination of untouched natural beauty, rich in history and culture. Providing an eco-retreat and nature sanctuary for all, people and wildlife, and a legacy that can be experienced by many generations to come.
4 things you might not know about Maori culture: 1️⃣Group performances are called kapa haka. 2️⃣Each Maori tattoo is unique, no two are the same! 3️⃣Hangi is the traditional cooking method of slow cooking food underground. 🥩🤤 4️⃣The Maori have an affectionate greeting called hongi; two people press their forehead and nose together while they close their eyes and take a deep breath.
Leaning about Maori cultural activities in Te Puia! Rotorua trip July 2020 Visit our English & Activity course page for more info www.evakona.co.nz/courses/english-and-activity-course/