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Te kabo nte maie (remix) ntain te Kainaomata
The Caritas Kiribati Youth Group is a small group of Catholic youth in South Tarawa who are committed to increasing their knowledge and the awareness of others on the issues of climate and human impact on Kiribati. They participate in training on climate concerns and learn how to present key issues and mitigation approaches. Young people then travel in small groups to outer islands to share their learnings with remote communities. Boore Moua and James Teitiaki speak about the what the group do and their experiences working to adapt to climate change impacts.
USP Laucala Kiribati and Banaba students cultural performance during the USP Laucala Social Night held at the Vodafone Arena and Oceania Fest at the Civic Centre during semester 1 in Suva, Fiji. Edited by: Simon Abana Camera Assistance: Brimeir Panda Copy right: USPSA Cultural Committee 2016
KIRIBATI, traditional dancing: Here' s a video with a couple of very traditional dances from the fascinating country of the Republic of Kiribati, filmed during the 39th anniversary of the independence of the country from Great Britain. Vic Stefanu, firstname.lastname@example.org. Kiribati, officially the Republic of Kiribati is an island nation in the central Pacific Ocean. The nation comprises 33 atolls and reef islands and one raised coral island; Banaba.
2011~世界原住民族樂舞節~ World Indigenous Performing Art Festival in Taiwan 7/28~8/3 屏東場表演 吉里巴斯表演 Kiribati Te Waa Mai Kiribati Dancing Group Te Waa Mai Kiribati在吉國意指獨木舟，舞蹈團之所以命名為Te Waa Mai Kiribati，主要是因為吉國人民將海洋視為最重要的食物來源，若沒有獨木舟，他們便無法獲得食物，無法生存。所以他們必須建造、珍惜獨木舟，並且讓技術流傳千古。 吉里巴斯的舞蹈靈感源自於空手道的肢體擺動，吉國人將這類型的擺動轉變為舞蹈動作。而Te Waa Mai Kiribati舞蹈團的音樂很多變，同時蘊含許多意義，有的描述動人愛情、遠古傳說，有的強調祖先文化，有的講述捕魚生活，也有的在讚美天主。Te Waa Mai Kiribati舞蹈團的表演包含了歌唱與舞蹈，不僅讓年輕人可以專注學習並遠離壓力和犯罪，讓祖先的聰明睿智得以保留，也讓傳統珍貴的語言可以代代流傳，延續下去。
KPC group from temwaiku closes the kpc christmas Mwaie.
Mystery ruins of Malden island (Kiribati) At the time of its discovery, Malden was found to be unoccupied, but the remains of ruined temples and other structures indicated that the island had at one time been inhabited. Several step-pyramids, platforms, megaliths, and strange stacks of stones are scattered across Malden Island. Stepped and truncated pyramids measure in the range of 30 feet (9 m) in height, 20 to 60 feet (6-18 m) in width, and 90 to 200 feet(27-60 m) in length. The pyramids are approached by paved ways from the sea and are capped with dolmens or “compass stones.” These 40 stone temples on Malden Island are described as similar in design to the buildings of Nan Madol on Pohnpei, some 5,475 km away. What was the purpose of all these platforms? Were they part of an ancient sun...