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Posts Tagged ‘Corban Te Aika’

Returning home

In 1948, the New Zealand government purchased a large collection of Polynesian and Māori artefacts from William Oldman, an English ethnographical art collector and dealer.

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Te Pōkai Tara o te Ao

Ten Ngāi Tahu taiohi or rangatahi, preparing for the trip of a lifetime to Silicon Valley to hopefully become part of the next generation of Māori innovators, scientists, and entrepreneurs.

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Te Pao a Tahu tutor Corban Te Aika reflects

Corban Te Aika, who is the Pouako/Kaitātaki Tāne (the tutor and male leader) for Te Pao a Tahu is still buzzing 24 hours after the rōpū walked on stage at Te Matatini 2015. Te Pao o Tahu was the first of the Waitaha groups to perform.

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