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Audio | “Who should be telling Indigenous stories?”: Indigenous storytelling through books and games – Canada & New Zealand

Photography game is one of 5 titles featured in imagineNATIVE Festival’s video game spotlight. […] The big crisis event that’s happening is that like, the equivalent of Godzilla is rocking up every day and destroying the world,” he said. “That’s … Continue reading

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Audio | The power of Indigenous storytelling: Witi Ihimaera (New Zealand) and Ali Cobby Eckermann (Australia)

Listen to an interview with two internationally acclaimed indigenous writers: one being a first hand account of forced adoption and an education that promotes alienation from a child’s cultural roots; and both on the struggles and joys of reconnecting with … Continue reading

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Treating visitors to Te Puia geothermal park to an exhaustive peek into Maori culture, lore and legend: Women guides of the Te Arawa tribe – New Zealand

Read the full article and view more photos >> The Hindu, Travel, November 30, 2012 New Zealand smokes, it smells and then stuns you with its geysers, hot springs and boiling mud pools […] Rotorua is New Zealand’s geothermal wonderland. It is … Continue reading

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Māori language schools, radio stations, and television channel & Language Week – New Zealand

A language revives Māori language school class >> Every year since 1975 New Zealand has marked Māori Language Week. This is a time for all New Zealanders to celebrate te reo Māori (the Māori language) and to use more Māori phrases … Continue reading

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Video | New Zealand poetry visualized by the Storybox and National Park the project

More about the Storybox and National Park the project Read a poem by Maori writer Hone Tuwhare

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