Remarkable portraits show the last traditionally inked Maori women
The late 19th and early 20th century photographs show some of the last Maori women to wear the traditional ta moko face marking in New Zealand before it was outlawed by British colonialists.
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3/30 – Infographics and Te Reo Māori
I find I am constantly looking for ways to improve my recall when learning Te Reo Māori. One of the more challenging aspects of the language is remembering ‘who is who’ when it comes t…