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My culture

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  • 1. • The country of Fiji lies about two-thirds from Hawaii to New Zealand.• The main natural resources of Fiji are timber, gold, copper, fish, offshore oil and hydro power.• Fiji has a variable rainfall with more rain falling in the warmer season.• It is warm for most of the year, particularly in November and finishes in April.
  • 2. • The music of Fiji is more Polynesian in character. Nevertheless, Fijian folk styles are distinct in their fusion of Polynesian and Melanesian traditions.• These are some of the different types of music that are apart of the Fiji’s traditional music . - Folk music -Indo-Fijian Music -Qawaali -Ghazal/Thumri -Dholak -Fijian Pop
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  • 4. • . One very popular event is the Meke, which is a Fijian dance preformed by the locals.Fiji Cruises• Visitors can view attractions in Fiji in many different ways such as a cruise by schooner or yacht to the various islands encompassing Fiji, or a coach tour on the main islands.Beach walk• Another popular events tourists enjoy