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Abuzz with colour and music

Tuesday 1 August 2017 | Published in Local

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Abuzz with colour and music
The Manihiki Henua traditional hymn performance was one for the ages, inspiring people to leap up from the crowd and start dancing in front of the stage. Their costume was based off Exodus, chapters 16, verses 1-36, which was about the children of Israel, how they were hungry, and that the Lord provided them food from the land, sky and sea, just like the people of Manihiki. Photos by Lawrence Bailey

The National Auditorium was buzzing with colour and music as Te Maeva Nui teams took to the stage to perform the Imene Pupu (choir) and Imene Tuki (traditional hymn) at the opening night on Sunday.

The National Auditorium was buzzing with colour and music as Te Maeva Nui teams took to the stage to perform the Imene Pupu (choir) and Imene Tuki (traditional hymn) at the opening night on Sunday.


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