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  • New Zealand Maori Culture, The Haka, New Zealand Haka

    people, the haka is a war dance. This is understandable as many have seen the haka performed as a pre-battle challenge to their opposition. But the word "haka" simply means a dance, or a song accompanied by dance. While they are the correct terms to associate with the haka, they do not do

  • January 2018 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …contact? Do you greet people using close contact (kisses on the cheek) or do you prefer more limited contact (such as a handshake)? Is it normal for you to touch other people when talking to them (i.e. putting your hand on their shoulder)? * Comfort - How comfortable are you when people do not use…

  • New Zealand Tourism Newsletter

    …a Maori performance in the year ending September 2004. So how are these expectations driven to the market? Much of it is a direct consequence of international marketing and the images of New Zealand such as the All Blacks Haka, Maori greetings etc. While this is a part of who we are, we do have…


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