Monthly Archives: April 2018

Pacific Islander Youths Urged to Embrace Their Cultural Heritage

Radio New Zealand posted a very short article about a Solomon Islands academic working in New Zealand who is urging Pasifika youth to embrace their culture and draw strength from their heritage.  Kabini Sanga is an associate professor at Victoria … Continue reading

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Tamtam- The Traditional Cell Phone

Kirk Huffman recently posted an edited version of his article titled, “The drum is the voice of the chief: slit drums and language in northern-central Vanuatu” that I would like to share. The original, longer article can be found in Explore magazine … Continue reading

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ICAS Author News and Updates

I just wanted to take this time to share some author updates with you. If you have ever wondered about the guy who creates the posts on this blog, wonder no more. The Pacific Regional Branch International Council on Archives … Continue reading

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New Zealanders Rekindle Indigenous Pride

The  New York Times recently printed an article written by Charlotte Graham-McLay that I thought was very interesting. It was about sailing traditional double-hulled canoes, or wakas, in New Zealand. Although I pulled out certain passages from the article, feel free to … Continue reading

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