- published: 26 Nov 2009
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Te kabo nte maie (remix) ntain te Kainaomata
SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu - 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, email@example.com. 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.
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Teie ni kiribati one of the famous dance group in kiribati
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
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.
NOT AVAILABLE ON SOME MOBILE DEVICES - In November 2009 Julian McDonnell (that's me) set out with a group of scientists to the uninhabited Phoenix Islands in the Pacific to help save endangered species of birds. In some ways this is the prequel to the award winning film "Take Me To Pitcairn". Having never been on a sea voyage before Julian McDonnell is taken all over the Pacific for three weeks having to live outside his comfort zone (which is capuccinos and chocolate biscuits!) The Phoenix Islands are a part of the Kingdom of Kiribati and some of them are uninhabited. They are also a marine protected area and a part of P.I.P.A so there are species of fish there which are still undiscovered. See Julian struggling with camping on desert islands, cooking with basic utensils and panicki...
The association aims to teach the young about the culture of the Kiribati through dialogue and dance
"U r my Sunshine"