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Carter's totem pole

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  • 1.  Piupiu(flax skirt) Kakahu(wollen bodice) Korowai(cloak) Barefeet Taonga(pendant)
  • 2.  By hongi Kissing Shaking hands
  • 3.  Making visitors feel welcome. Showing respect at all times. Preparing food and drink for family or visitors.
  • 4.  Waitangi Day at Orongomai marae in Upper Hutt. Matariki is the maori New Year
  • 5.  Kapa haka (Action songs) (Poi) (Chants) (Haka)
  • 6.  Instrument names are: Conshell, Flute, Koa uau ,Putorino, Purerehua , Porotiti, Guitar. Wrote their own songs.
  • 7.  Hangi Maori Bread Piko Piko Kaimoana Rotten corn Maori potato Kumara Kawakawa-Drink
  • 8.  Kia Ora Haere mai Morena Kei te pehea Koe?
  • 9.  Christian beliefs Wairua(Spiritual) Tapu(Sacred)
  • 10.  Marae(Whare nui)(Bush huts)
  • 11.  Flag of Tino rangatiratanga – Official National Maori Flag, approved by the NZ Cabinet in 2010. A white culing stipe on a red and black field.
  • 12.  Pounamu Carvings(wood/bon e/greenstone) Whakpapa (family tree) Maori language. Maori medicine.