- published: 16 Jun 2011
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Some of the prettiest tongan chics i know,wish i could've got all of em on here......if you are one,holler!
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For the past six years a group of women have met at the Onehunga Community Centre on a Tuesday night to take part in a weaving and craft class called Laukaupo'uli. The class also features a therapy session where the women talk about their lives and seek to support each other through tough times. Now, their children and grandchildren are also involved and Laukaupo'uli is a place where craft skills, language, stories and song are passed on.
Beautiful Tongan Women in Neiafu singing Tongan songs are part of Tongan culture. New release 2015. The Kingdom of Tonga. Full HD 1080p video. Tonga and Tongan music, Tongan rugby and Vava'u views, Tongan music new release 2014-2015, Tongan tau'olunga and Tongan gospel songs, tongan dance, wedding and culture on this YouTube channel. Oceania, pacific, vava'u, vava'u songs, vava'u song, Tonga music, vava'u Tonga, Tongatapu, Tongatapu island, Neiafu, Subscribe and see it first in full hd 1080p quality!
University of Waikato Faculty of Arts student, Rosemarie Louise Fili, 22, entered the Miss Heilala pageant - effectively the Miss Tonga competition - as part of her post-graduate studies and says it was a plan to learn more about Tongan women's perspectives of beauty. To her surprise, she won the competition! Rosemarie now has the chance to broaden her studies even further, with her new title guaranteeing her entry into the Miss South Pacific competition, being held in the Solomon Islands in December. We caught up with Rosemarie to see how she felt after winning the Miss Tonga title.
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Cleopatra Haamalamba (with her baby tied on her back) plays the larger lead drum and Grace Nandu the smaller drum, recorded by Michael Baird 06/09/14. They are the drummers of the Tucembe Lunkonde Group, from Lunkonde village, Munyumbwe district, Southern Province, Zambia. I first made audio recordings of the complete group, and it immediately struck me that these two drummers sound as though there are three of them playing. Here we get to see partly how they do it. Drumming from Zambia in general is under-estimated - in fact it is largely unknown. Women do not often play drums in this part of Africa, but these two are just so good! What I like about how they play is that the women play with less muscular force than the men, and subsequently there is more shading in the drumming.
Paula Moimoi Latu Livestream Queen Salote College Hall, Nuku'alofa, Tongatapu, Kingdom of Tonga. Women on the Frontlines (WOFL) is committed to empower, equip and mobilize Christian women. Through conferences, training events, outreaches missions projects and Women in Ministry Network, women from a variety of streams receive encouragement, equipping and impartation. The movement carries a dynamic prophetic and apostolic flavour and calls women to engage in radical commitment, character and service in the Kingdom of God, embracing all seven frontlines of influence (Religion, Media, Government, Education, Business, Family, Arts and Entertainment)—releasing the glory of God’s grace and presence in the earth. Men are welcome to Women on the Frontlines conferences and seminars.
Performing a song telling how micro loans from SPBD have improved their quality of life.
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Documentary film about Tonga and Tongan culture. Noble Tongan woman tells difference between Tongan and Samoan or Fijian women, why Vava'u island called friendly island and what does mean rich for Tongans. This Tongan short movie uploaded in the best quality full HD 1080p. The Channel Tongan Songs is not only YouTube channel about Tonga and Tongan music, Tongan rugby and Vava'u views, Tongan music new release 2014, 2015, 206 Tongan tau'olunga and Tongan gospel songs, Tongan dance, wedding and culture. The Channel Tongan Songs is YouTube channel about songs, music, dance and another kind of art. All best, funny and most interesting things from Pacific countries like Tonga, Fiji, Western and American Samoa, Vanuatu, New Zealand, New Caledonia, Chile and other places in Oceania could be fou...
As I rode into Tombstone on my horse, his name was Mack
I saw what I'll relate to you, going on behind my back
It seems the folks were up-in-arms, a man now had to die
For believing things that didn't fit, the laws they'd set aside
The mans name was "I'm a Freak". the best that could see
He was the executioner, a hangman just like me
I geuss he'd seen loopholes from working with his rope
He'd hung the wrong man many times, so now he turned to hope
He talked to all the people from his scaffold in the square
He told them of the things he found, but they didn't seem to care
He said the laws were obsolete, a change they should demand
But the people only walked away, he couldn't understand
The marshals name was "Uncle Sam", he said he'd right this wrong
He'd make the hangman shut his mouth, if it took him all day long
He finally arrested Freak, and then he sent for me
To hang a fellow hangman, from a fellow hangmans tree
It didn't take them long to try him in their court of law
He was guilty then of "Thinking", a crime much worse than all
They sentenced him to die, so his seed of thought can't spread
And infect the little children, that's what the law had said
So the hangin' day came 'round, and he walked up to the noose
I pulled the lever, but before he fell I cut him lose
They called it a conspiracy, and that I had to die
So to close our mouths and kill our minds, they hung us side-by-side
And now we're two hangmen, hangin' from a tree
That don't bother me, at all
Two hangmen, hangin' from a tree
That don't bother me, at all