2010 KTF 2nd day part 4: Ka lofia te paneta, longer version





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Published on May 28, 2012

The 1st edition of the "Tuvalu Cultural King Tides festival" -Tuvalu E! The Tide is High!- took place in Funafuti-TUVALU, from Feb 26th to March 1st, 2010.
Given you tube duration limit, we are posting activities separately.
During 2 days, traditional competitions and demonstrations showed some aspects of Tuvaluan Culture through sports, handicrafts, dancing, singing, food and Tuvalu's unique talent in improvised story-telling and dramas. The objective was to raise awareness about what will be lost if Tuvalu's nation was to disappear. Parallel activities on climate targeted both children and adults, focusing on what we all can do to try to turn the tide.
This first edition was made possible by the unified efforts of many Government ministries and NGO's. It is part of The "Small is Beautiful" (SIB) plan, one of UNESCO's Decade of Education for Sustainable Development Remarkable Actions, launched with, as a primary objective, the preservation of Tuvalu's cultural heritage and identity.

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