Reclaiming identity, whakapapa, tīkanga and Te Reo Māori

Nov. 10, 2022, 12:47 p.m.

Ngāi Tahu singer and taonga puoro artist Ariana Tikao reveals all in her new book Mokorua: Ngā kōrero mō tōku moko kauae – My story of Moko Kauae depicting her experiences growing up as a Māori in Christchurch during the 1970's and 1980's surrounded by Pākehā influences. The inspiration for the book came from receiving her moko kauae by another Christchurch-based moko artist, Christine Harvey.

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