Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Poly Fest.

Kia Ora, talofa lava, malo e lelei, faakalofa lahi atu, kia orana, bula vinaka, namaste and greetings!!  It’s Pasifika week in Aotearoa, this means it’s a week long celebration of all things Pacific.  This includes the birthday dance we had with Mrs Tele’a!  Part of the celebration is the Polyfest!  This Thursday we are planning to travel to Manukau to take part in some workshops and then visit stages.  The two stages we will be visiting will be the Maori and Diversity stages.  Did you know that this event - the Poly Fest celebrates 40 years since it’s beginning?  Awesome isn't it!  

Young people and their whanau participate in the Poly Fest groups because they want to be seen on TV, they also want to participate in their event because they want to know how much fun it is to be on stage and to be dancing in their own culture groups.

Things you need to do on Stage
1. Focus
4.No wasting time
5.No laughing while you are dancing

We all have different cultures and we want to learn about the other cultures like how they prepare food,cloths and other things they purpose.

What I am looking forward at the Poly Fest is seeing people dancing beautifully and how they look in their costume. They will look amazing in them and good at dancing. I am also looking forward at watching Tongan and Samoan groups dancing because that is my culture Chee Hoo Hoo.

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