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All Blacks

There can be few things as prominent in terms of New Zealand national identity as the All Blacks Rugby Union team. In many ways the country puts an awful lot of eggs in one basket when it comes to ensuring success in this one sport. 143 more words

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Fact : Since Kapa o Pango was first introduced in 2005, as a special haka to compliment the more well-known Ka Mate, the All Blacks have not lost a game when performing  42 more words


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New Zealand Rugby Museum

Located in Palmerston North – Here we can explore many collection of rugby memorabilia and records, including the rare ones – Thank you to New Zealand Rugby Museum curators with all the information given to me when I visited the museum (February 6th, 2015; November 20th, 2015; January 5th, 2016; and February 6th, 2015) – Here are my favourite picture collections – Please visit my Flickr here


Day 5: Tongues

Intense facial expressions are a big part of the Maori tradition and part of the Haka. In many areas of New Zealand, you’ll see Maori figures carved with their tongues out and traditional dances where the dancers stick out their tongues — sticking out the tongue and rolling back the eyes is common in Maori challenges as it makes the warriors look fierce. 130 more words

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The Haka - Dance of War

I just want to get this off my chest.

To the New Zealand Men’s Basketball Team: Regarding last night, please forgive some of my compatriots who raucously booed you while you were performing your pre-game… 114 more words