Kia Orana!

February 13, 2008 at 11:33 pm 2 comments

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  • 1. Amélie MAMAE  |  September 3, 2008 at 6:20 pm

    Kia Orana! e te mau feia e noho nei i Rarotonga,ua mataitai matou i ta outou mau afata upaupa(TAURANGA&VANANGA) e ua oaoa roa matou no te mea ua nehenehe roa ta outou mau ori .
    E te mea hoi e ,mea ite te mau tamarii i te ORI ,ite ORERO(TURO) aue te nehenehe o ta outou i rave i ta outou fenua nei !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Me nahen matou te ite, i te avae no TIURAI ua pou mai hoe pupu no tahiti io outou no te faaineine i te faaipoipora’a o Ruta PANIANI e o Kiikii tomokino. Ua oti atoa ia ta’u mau manao no outou a faaitoito atoa i roto i ta outou mau tere ori . UA NEHENEHE ROA . Parahi anae tatou.

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  • 2. multinesia  |  September 20, 2008 at 7:02 pm

    Here is a translation of Amelie’s comment:

    To the people who live on Rarotonga, we have watched your dancing (maeva nui event) of Tauranga Vananga and we enjoyed it and saw how beautiful the dancing was.

    The biggest thing was to to see your children being well versed in your korero history and oh it was so beautiful how you did it.

    How did we know about this? We know about this in July and we went there with a group from Tahiti for the wedding of Ruta Paniani and Kiki Tomokino. I am finished with my thoughts and thank you for your work and dnacing that has been well done.

    (thanks to Makiuti Tongiaa for the Tahitian-English translation)

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