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Traditional and contemporary well received

Thursday 3 August 2017 | Published in Local

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Traditional and contemporary well received
The 2017 Te Maeva Nui theme, Te Au Manga A Toku Matakeinanga (Tribal Foods of my Community), was perhaps best displayed through the Vaka Puaikura Pe'e at the Tuesday night performance.

The second night of Te Maeva Nui cultural dance performances was a mix of traditional and contemporary performances that thrilled the packed National Auditorium crowd.

The second night of Te Maeva Nui cultural dance performances was a mix of traditional and contemporary performances that thrilled the packed National Auditorium crowd.


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