Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Fiafia 2013

"And now we have the group from the Rock of Polynesia", announced Gabriel. As soon as I heard that, I was ready to Rock 'n' Roll.

As the conch shell blew, eight fierce warriors approached the stage, and the crowd became silent. Those warriors shouted out "Koe kau ne hau, koe kau ne hau", meaning "the enemy is coming, the enemy is coming". Then a group of girls followed with a loud "Talage ke hau, talage ke hau", meaning "tell them to come, tell them to come". From then on the Niuean group rocked the stage.

As the performance went on, it made me feel that we were the best group. I wondered what the crowds response was. I reckon that the Niuean haka set the bar for all the other groups. We were loud and strong.

I was the leader of the Niuean group. I reckon I did well, and I felt proud of myself. After the performance I knew that my family were proud of me. The whole team did well, and I think it was cool that my mum and Ms Lavakula could take the whole group and teach us the actions and songs.

All the other groups did well but I still think we were the best!!


  1. Hey Kingston,

    Its awesome to see the translations and culture come through your work :)

    Awesome work, both with your writing and with FiaFia.

    Keep it up, Mr. Hutchings

  2. Hey Kingston,

    I really enjoyed reading through your FiaFia night story. I think on the night your culture group was awesome when you guys performed on the stage.

    Great work !

  3. Hey Kingston,

    I really enjoyed your story about FIA FIA, your performance was really outstanding, Keep up the awesome posts.



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