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MAORI’S CULTURE
By: Tran Hoan My


OUTLINE
1. HISTORY
2. BASIS INFO
3. MAORI’S CULTURE
4. PRESERVATION


HISTORY
1723

1250 and 1300
Polynesians settled in the islands that later were
named New Zealand and developed a distinctive


1841

English explorer came to New Zealand and intend
to trade good with local people.

New Zealand became a colony within the British
Empire

Māori culture.

Representatives of the United Kingdom and Māori
Dutch explorer became the first European to sight

chiefs signed the Treaty of Waitangi, which

New Zealand.

declared British sovereignty over the islands.

1642

1840


February 6, 1840 the Treaty of
Waitangi was signed by over 500
Maori’s chiefs.


Basic info
Video about Rotorua




Means ordinary or
usual.



They call
themselves
“people of the
land”.


They are ruled by tribal chiefs.


The major ethnic
groups are:
- European (67%)
-Maori (37%)
- Pacific Islands (5%)
- Asian (6%). 





Te Reo Maori



Basic Maori is
taught in Primary
School

Official Language
in NZ


MAORI’S CULTURE
Video about Rotorua


MAORI’S TATTOO


Ta moko - used for decoration
Men are heavily tattooed – face,
body, bottom, and thighs
Women’s are confined to chin
and lips and sometimes ankles
and wrists


MAORI’S CLOTHING


Maori garments were hand
woven, using both plaiting and
weft-twinning techniques.



MAORI’S
DANCe


Haka

Haka is war dance with loud
chanting,
strong
hand
movements, foot stamping
and thigh slapping.

Video of Haka dance


Kapa Haka

“Kapa haka” means a group or
groups standing in rows to
perform
traditional
Maori
dances, accompanied by sung
or chanted words.

Video of Kapa Haka dance


MAORI’S
food





Hangi
In traditional,
fish, chicken and
root vegetables
such as kumara
(sweet potato),
were cooked in a
pit dug in the
ground.



MAORI’S
Greeting


Hongi
Two people touch their noses and forehead together


preservation


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