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The Middle of Nowhere – Tarawa

If you want to get away from it all, apart from fish, why not join our upcoming tour of the Tarawa atoll right in the heart of the Pacific Ocean on the equator itself. 332 more words

Kiribati Crisis: Our Cry for Help

Kiribati, an Island nation of the Pacific with an average of two meters above sea level is one of major target of climate change. Being an Island nation with a ‘strange’ geographic feature, Kiribati is a stretch of thirty three atoll islands across the Pacific Ocean and the islands are so low, that from the water (while sailing) they seem to vanish in the deep blue ocean. 428 more words

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Stand Up to Racism! Climate #RefugeesWelcome #BlackLivesMatter

We joined a lively demonstration to mark UN anti-racism day on March 19 to stand in solidarity against attempts to divide our communities. We wanted to support the aim of the march to oppose the treatment of refugees in Europe and the rise in anti-Muslim hate crimes. 600 more words


The Least Visited Countries In The World That You Don't Have To Be Afraid To Go To

The Least Visited Countries In The World That You Don’t Have To Be Afraid To Go To.

“In any case, a little danger is a small price to pay for ridding a place of tourists.” Tahir Shah… 503 more words


"A fairer way to pay for Cyclone Winston" (edited article in Fiji Times, 12 March 2016)

A fairer way to pay for Winston (FT, 12 March 2016)

Great credit is due to the Fiji public, social organizations, international donors, some corporations, and Opposition Members of Parliament who have responded most positively in providing resources for victims of Cyclone Winston. 1,656 more words

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Save the world through Slackitvism?

Well I can resonate well with the title. We, the youth are constantly shaming, criticising and pointing fingers at people whom are to blame for all the worlds problems. 433 more words

Surprising Spam: I-Kiribati te bua toro ni baukin

Our six-month wedding anniversary was a couple of weeks ago, and we acknowledged this by having dinner at London’s Archipelago restaurant. Archipelago is renowned for its exotic dishes, describing itself as ‘London’s culinary portal to world cuisine,’ and we enjoyed such unusual delicacies as python, crocodile, kangaroo, alpaca and even mealworms. 542 more words