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 Polyfest celebrates 40 years since it’s beginning? Awesome isn’t it! I think that people participate to show them they can also participate.
- they went through missing there lunch times.
- training hard.
- staying at school until 5 p.m
- going on the stage in front of all the people.
- working and showing respect the cultural dance.
- not having time to let all their energy out.
by doing dances that other people do in other country’s and singing songs like them.also by where cloths that there wore and saying words like the.leading the group like our people and smile and being happy in front of everyone so they can enjoy it and you can enjoy it as well and finally let and the energy out and buy food be proud of your self and make your family proud and happy.
I am looking forward to seeing my cousins and I might see my nana and Aunt.I am also looking forward to seeing the tongan people dancing and other cultures most of all i just want to have fun and bye some food and let all of my energy out and look and all the happy people with the smile on their faces.