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Shortly About Rapa Nui People

As the original inhabitants of Easter Island, the Rapa Nui people have some fascinating customs that must have seemed strange to their European conquerors. Most famous for the incredible Moai statues scattered around the island, the Rapa Nui also worshiped a bizarre birdman cult and were experts in farming the land. Culture Trip takes an in-depth look at these intriguing indigenous people.

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The Fascinating Culture of Fiji

While many other South Pacific cultures are dying or long dead, Fiji’s way of life remains strong and resilient in the face of outside influence. Traditional Fijian society is based on communal principles derived from village life. People in villages share the obligations and rewards of community life and are still led by a hereditary chief.

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The Arts of Fiji

The entirely different world of Polynesian music and dance stands in contrast. Polynesian dance is a visual extension of poetry that uses chant or heightened speech as a vehicle for the praise and honour of high-ranking chiefs or visitors.

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