Preparing the oven (2) If Tahiti was told to me

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La préparation du four traditionnel (2) Si Tahiti m’était conté

Poe is prepared papaya, starch-based dessert and fruit. Poe the banana is crafted in the same way. First boiled, bananas are then kneaded with starch. Poe this is wrapped in banana leaves and thus ready for the oven. This is what cassava starch extracted essentially pure entering the food preparation. Here the foot of cassava. The people in charge of the furnace have equalized the heap of stones and burning have taken some to cook for another dessert to share mainly composed of starch. This ...

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Dance costumes in Tahiti

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La danse des costumes à Tahiti

The testimony of early European explorers of the eighteenth century describe dance costumes mostly made of tapa. This bark cloth beaten dressed dancers and musicians. Women, shirtless wore skirts of tapa decorated and adorned with woven plant fibers. Very simply dressed, Polynesians danced until the arrival of missionaries. These, horrified by the events they considered obscene gestures, banned from 1819 any representation of Tahitian dance. It will take 1880, at the onset of the official celebrations 14 July,...

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Heiva i Tahiti extracts : You no ui api Papeete

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Extrait du heiva i Tahiti : Te ui api no Papeete

Excerpt from a performance by the dance troupe Te Polynesian ui api no Papeete at the Heiva i Tahiti. Grandiose spectacle, apotheosis of Polynesian culture, the Heiva every year brings together thousands of participants and spectators. Groups, from all districts and all the islands, by Years, gather to compete under many categories. The jury, always very strict in its criteria of authenticity, gives numerous awards, dance, costume, choreography, etc. The Heiva I Tahiti is also an opportunity, As expected by the Polynesians, to gather around their culture,...

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Heiva i Tahiti extracts : Ahuturu Nui

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Extrait du heiva i Tahiti : Ahuturu Nui

Excerpt from a performance by the dance troupe Nui Polynesian Ahuturu at the Heiva i Tahiti. Grandiose spectacle, apotheosis of Polynesian culture, the Heiva every year brings together thousands of participants and spectators. Groups, from all districts and all the islands, by Years, gather to compete under many categories. The jury, always very strict in its criteria of authenticity, gives numerous awards, dance, costume, choreography, etc. The Heiva I Tahiti is also an opportunity, As expected by the Polynesians, to gather around their culture, participate ...

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Heiva i Tahiti extracts : Tamarii Fanatea

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Extrait du heiva i Tahiti : Tamarii Fanatea

Excerpt from a performance troupe Hula Tamarii Fanatea at the Heiva i Tahiti. Grandiose spectacle, apotheosis of Polynesian culture, the Heiva every year brings together thousands of participants and spectators. Groups, from all districts and all the islands, by Years, gather to compete under many categories. The jury, always very strict in its criteria of authenticity, gives numerous awards, dance, costume, choreography, etc. The Heiva I Tahiti is also an opportunity, As expected by the Polynesians, to gather around their culture, participate ...

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Heiva i Tahiti extracts : Tamarii Mataiea

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Extrait du heiva i Tahiti : Tamarii Mataiea

Excerpt from a performance troupe Tamarii Mataiea Polynesian songs at the Heiva i Tahiti. Grandiose spectacle, apotheosis of Polynesian culture, the Heiva every year brings together thousands of participants and spectators. Groups, from all districts and all the islands, by Years, gather to compete under many categories. The jury, always very strict in its criteria of authenticity, gives numerous awards, dance, costume, choreography, etc. The Heiva I Tahiti is also an opportunity, As expected by the Polynesians, to gather around their culture, participate ...

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