Ppt on new zealand culture and festival

Cross-cultural Communication 90C3171. Textbook: Cleary M. Talking Culture. Hebling Languages.

Around the world focuses on a specific country from the English-speaking world allowing students to discover new cultures and realities while promoting greater intercultural understanding and integration. Module 1. Geography 1. Look at the map of the United Kingdom on page/ the sport. Listen and fill in the details. sport: number in team: how game is played: winner: 7. Read the text about the extreme sport in New Zealand. Answer why people like doing extreme sports. Module 5. Festivals 1.Talking about you/


Disability, Customer Service and Developing an Access Culture Accessible Arts Festivals Forum Tuesday, 19 July 2011 Associate Professor Simon Darcy UTS.

Access Market Potential Domestic Demand Australia = 4.0m New Zealand = 0.7m Overseas Tourism Europe = 127m China /New products - innovation Non peak periods Segregated  Universal Flexible/integrated space Group size Networks and collaborations Destination competitivness 9 10 4. Lifecycle Groups 11 Source: Darcy 2011 based on NVS 2010 Activities 12 Source: NVS 2010 5. Quality Accessible Festival Experiences 14 Source: HREOC 2003 15 Festival Experiences 16 Summit Mt. Kosciusko 6. Developing an Access Culture/


Speech by Chinese Ambassador Xu Jianguo at Sister Cities New Zealand (SCNZ) 2012 Annual Conference May 10 th 2012.

,000 Chinese tourists visited New Zealand while 120,000 New Zealanders visited China.  The 3 Confucius Institutes and 8 Confucius Classrooms in New Zealand make it easier for New Zealanders, especially the young people, to learn about Chinese language and culture.  This year, almost 400,000 New Zealanders, that is 10% of the national population, took part in the annual Chinese Spring Festival celebrations in New Zealand.  The development of regional communication and cooperation between our two/


Welcome to NEW ZEALAND Fabulous nature in New Zealand.

, is the monarch of New Zealand. The flag depicts four red five-pointed stars. Maoris and their culture. The British came to New Zeland at the end of the 19th century. “The Aurora” was the first British ship to come to New Zealand. The British waged real /whites, cream and fresh fruit. It is on any festive table. It was named in honor of the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova in 1926, when she was offered a tour to New Zealand. National holidays 22 October - labour Day (Labour Day). 1 January - New year 25 April/


Created by Capryce. My City and Country  City: Rotorua  Region: Bay of plenty  Country: New Zealand This is my city Rotorua form the top This is the.

Festivals and holidays in my country  In New Zealand we have four festivals and they are Anzac, Waitangi, Matariki, and Matatini. Clothing I wear  To school: I wear a grey black and mourn uniform  Every day: in summer and spring I wear shorts and a t- shirt or a dress in winter and autumn I wear a t-shirt, jacket and jeans/track pants. My school uniform Jacket and pants Shorts and/ and Hakas and our top New Zealand stars are lorde and the band Six sixty A WaiataA Haka Lorde Six60 A New Zealand Cultural /


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10,000 Others (Australia, Taiwan, Mongolia, Philippines, Japan, New Zealand, etc.) 760,000 4.3M homes in Asia Pacific Source:/cultures and to making a positive contribution to the art form of the moving image. “Silver Plaque ” of Investigative Reporting/News Documentary # “The Secret Truth of Hogwash Oil – Unravelling the Chain of Deception” won awards at “2013 New York Festivalsand “2012 Chicago International Film Festival” TV Program Awards 2012 Chicago International Film Festival 2013 New York Festivals/


Work in A Socially Diverse Environment

Korea China New Zealand America Europe Great Britain – the United Kingdom Africa Russia So it is important you develop an awareness of their different cultural expectations Work in a Socially Diverse Environment WHAT IS CULTURE? It is a way of life! Culture is everything people make or do - the way they organize their society according to the ideas, beliefs and values they hold. Manners Festivals/Celebrations Social/


 The ARK WORLD WINE Company invites you to participate in the world wine festival/fair 2010 in GEORGIA;  winery, wine experts, sommeliers, consultants,

meter - Color   For wine lovers, creativities, and festival participants - the festival will feature the best wines from the wine of the old world and new world wines and with Georgia and 50 foreign countries;  Andorra, Argentina,Australia,Austria, Armenia,Belgium,Brazil,Bulgaria,Canada,Cyprus  Czech Republic, Croatia,India, Israel,Moldova, Slovakia,Monaco,Slovenia,Nepal  South Africa,Denmark, Italy,Spain,Estonia, Jersey,New Zealand,Sweden,Switzerland  France, Liechtenstein,Panama, French/


Australia in its regional and global contexts The place of Australia in the world.

Links include: The United Kingdom The United States and Canada New Zealand Geographical Links Building closer economic, cultural and political relationships with our Asian and Pacific neighbours is a priority for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) These relationships aim to improve and preserve security, wealth and cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region Geographical links include: migration, defence, tourism, culture, trade, aid, communication, sport Migration Almost 25% of/


Mr. K.Arya : Regional Director India Tourism Australia New Zealand Fiji & the Pacific Singapore Malaysia Thailand Indonesia Brunei Vietnam Cambodia Lao.

overseas each year Average holiday stay of 4 weeks Above average disposable incomes Sports and adventure lovers Over 300,000 Australians and 75,000 New Zealanders plan to holiday in India over the next two years* Outbound Travel: Australian /Function Joint promotion with Fine Arts & Cultural Themes – S.P. Balasbrahmanyam Function Targeting NRI’s and PIO’s Promotional Activities Diwali Mela in Auckland and Wellington Diwali Celebration in Sydney Deepavali Festival in Parliament House, Sydney Joint promotion /


-What is the capital of New Zealand? a. Auckland b. Wellington c. Dunedin -Which city is the largest? a. Wellington b. Gisborne c. Auckland -What is New.

culture now known as Māori. No Europeans returned to New Zealand until British explorer James Cooks voyage of 1768. Following Cook, New Zealand was visited by numerous European and North American whaling, sealing and trading ships. They traded European food and goods, especially metal tools and weapons, for Māori timber, food, artifacts and water. New Zealand/Nelson is a centre for arts and crafts, and each year hosts popular events such as the Nelson Arts Festival. Cathedral Step Hardy Street Trafalgar /


Elements of Cultural Diversity Dealing with Misunderstandings Work in a Socially Diverse Environment 1.

is recognising and appreciating the differences in customers and colleagues’ values and beliefs in such things : Culture Religion Language It is understanding: The significance of cultural values and mores Cultural diversity in the Australian population Cultural diversity of local and international customers Work in a Socially Diverse Environment 12 INTERNATIONAL TOURISTS You will be dealing with International Tourists from lots of destinations: Asia Japan Korea China New Zealand America Europe Great/


PRESENTATION TO PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE: ARTS & CULTURE NOVEMBER 2007.

HIGHLIGHTS (cont) Co-Production Treaties Treaty with United Kingdom signed in May 2006 Currently negotiating treaties with the following countries Ireland New Zealand Australia France 8 projects certified under current treaties in 06/07. The NFVF would like to acknowledge and thank the Portfolio Committee for raising the following issues during the Minister’s Budget speech in June 2007: In order to create/


Australia and New Zealand Where Things are Jumping

/2017 Chapter 28 Australia and New Zealand Where Things are Jumping Selling Destinations Ch 28 Copyright © 2007 by Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Limited Copyright © 2007 by Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Limited Australia Passport & visa for Canadian visitors www.voyage.gc.ca No vaccinations required Dream Destination for many Unusual, yet seems familiar Safe destination Similar language, culture, heritage Year round/


Showcase China & the Olympics!. Facts about China Ice-cream was invented in China around 2000B.C when the Chinese packed a soft milk and rice mixture.

ago. At that time this great festival took place to honour the Greek gods. Olympics were held during the great festival. My resources say Olympics were held/because in Chinese culture, 8 is considered to be a lucky number. The number 8 is associated with prosperity and confidence in Chinese culture. Organisers claim / New Zealand. She is the reigning Olympic champion, world champion and Commonwealth record-holder, having thrown a distance of 20.56 m. How nice then that heading towards Beijing, New Zealand /


Chapter 3 Gastronomic Identity: The Effect of the Environment and Culture on Prevailing Components, Texture and, Flavors in Wine and Food.

and Food Matches: Red Burgundy with Boeuf Bourguignon, Sancerre and Goat Cheese. New World Examples of Wine and Food Matches: Oregon Pinot Noir and Wild Salmon, New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc and a fusion of influences. Moderate Climate and Old/New /beyond the elite. Continue the development of strategic links with: festivals, restaurants, accomodations, craft producers, and the development of trails/routes integrating heritage, culture, nature and gastronomy. Become a growing part of “edutainment” tourism. /


What have Pasifika contributed to Aotearoa/New Zealand?

recognised as a leader of developments in New Zealand and Pacific literature  Awarded the Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to literature in 2000 Louise Tu’u  NZ born Samoan  Playwright  Her plays focus on aspects of Samoan life and fitting into the Palagi world  Featured in “Daughters of the Pacific” Pasifika  Largest Pasifika performing arts festival in the world  Held annually in/


CHAPTER 26 (1750-1870) AFRICA, INDIA, & THE NEW BRITISH EMPIRE.

and capturing women and children. British “astonished at the order and discipline” Young people grouped by age into regiments Festivals of loyalty to Shaka Zulu King Shaka SPREAD OF ZULU POWER NEW/Combined technical expertise of the West with Islamic religious and cultural traditions. By 1848, modernization was well under way/and subsidized passages (especially for single women) AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND 1889 COLONIZATION OF AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND Britain used the same patterns in Australia and New Zealand/


-What is the capital of New Zealand? a. Auckland b. Wellington c. Dunedin -Which city is the largest? a. Wellington b. Gisborne c. Auckland -What is New.

culture now known as Māori. No Europeans returned to New Zealand until British explorer James Cooks voyage of 1768. Following Cook, New Zealand was visited by numerous European and North American whaling, sealing and trading ships. They traded European food and goods, especially metal tools and weapons, for Māori timber, food, artifacts and water. New Zealand/Nelson is a centre for arts and crafts, and each year hosts popular events such as the Nelson Arts Festival. Cathedral Step Hardy Street Trafalgar /


The New Zealand Film Industry. What is a New Zealand Film? Made in New Zealand Made by New Zealanders Made about New Zealand or New Zealanders Costa Botes.

New Zealand Film Industry What is a New Zealand Film? Made in New Zealand Made by New Zealanders Made about New Zealand or New Zealanders Costa Botes Why study the NZ film industry? The film industry is important to NZ because: It’s economically important to NZ - It’s a creative industry and part of the ‘knowledge economy’ It’s culturally important - it helps us to form a national identity and/Very diverse and has lots and lots of different layers to it. From 48 hour film festival, neighborhood organizations/


-What is the capital of New Zealand? a. Auckland b. Wellington c. Dunedin -Which city is the largest? a. Wellington b. Gisborne c. Auckland -What is New.

culture now known as Māori. No Europeans returned to New Zealand until British explorer James Cooks voyage of 1768. Following Cook, New Zealand was visited by numerous European and North American whaling, sealing and trading ships. They traded European food and goods, especially metal tools and weapons, for Māori timber, food, artifacts and water. New Zealand/Nelson is a centre for arts and crafts, and each year hosts popular events such as the Nelson Arts Festival. Cathedral Step Hardy Street Trafalgar /


FULL COUNTRY NAME : New Zealand CAPITAL: Wellington TOTAL AREA: 269,000 sq.km POPULATION: 4,182,000 people PEOPLE: 88% Europeans, 125 Maori and Polynesian.

culture now known as Māori. No Europeans returned to New Zealand until British explorer James Cooks voyage of 1768. Following Cook, New Zealand was visited by numerous European and North American whaling, sealing and trading ships. They traded European food and goods, especially metal tools and weapons, for Māori timber, food, artifacts and water. New Zealand/Nelson is a centre for arts and crafts, and each year hosts popular events such as the Nelson Arts Festival. Cathedral Step Hardy Street Trafalgar /


(a) Explain what natural increase is.

cultures, cultural activities e.g. festivals, music, dance, and different cuisines. Social disadvantage: Growing racism, racial tension, negativity or even segregation as numbers of migrants from certain countries increase. The Pyramid with the: Age / Sex Pyramid A, B, or C highest birth rate A highest life expectancy C highest median age C highest youthful dependency A (b) Identify THREE changes to New Zealand/, where they originally land in New Zealand. Name and describe TWO internal migration trends. Give/


ANTOR Tourism EDB Seminar BRITAIN Jane Fong Manger, Hong Kong and Southern China VisitBritain.

travel trade some creative itineraries which can be adapted as sellable tours and products Major partners: HK Travel & Tourism Training Centre Air New Zealand Targets: Age 14-18 (F.3-F.7) full-time students Itinerary Competition 3 of following themes: History and Heritage Festivals and Events Outdoor adventures Food and Drink People and Culture Shopping Landscape and countryside Famous cities Virgin Atlantic Value Campaign 21 April – 27 May 2009/


Women’s Wall of Fame. Introduction Our goal with the Women‘s Wall of Fame is to provide a snapshot and personal herstory of several women who have helped.

the Salmon Valley Women‘s Festival and my role as a counsellor at the College of New Caledonia Kerri Fisher I /and foremost. Miriam Hughes (Mim) I currently work in disaster management and public education research at Massey University in New Zealand. Within my research is an implicit understanding that women‘s needs and experiences during a disaster are different from those of men and/ the concept of ―women‘s only ‖ space), sex positivism, DIY culture, etc… Jessica Madrid I am a Public Health Nurse (RN) who/


November 2 nd.  Day of the Dead  is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and around the world in other cultures. The holiday focuses on gatherings.

and churches. In Spain, there are festivals and parades, and, at the end of the day, people gather at cemeteries and pray for their dead loved ones. Similar observances occur elsewhere in Europe, and similarly themed celebrations appear in many Asian and African cultures/and Indonesia. Prominent celebrations are held in Wellington, New Zealand, complete with altars celebrating the deceased with flowers and gifts. [27]AustraliaFiji Indonesia Wellington, New Zealand [27]  Dia de Los Muertos Project Color and /


The Changing Pattern of Tourism Where is the most unusual place that you have been on holiday? Write it on a post-it and add to the correct continent sheet.

Patterns Reasons for the growth of global tourism Globalisation has meant that the world has become interconnected economically, culturally, socially and politically. Reasons for changing trends in tourism Social Economic Political  Natural disasters – earthquakes, volcanoes, floods, hurricanes (Japan/New Zealand significant earthquakes)  Natural processes – coastal erosion and rising sea level (Venice at risk)  Terrorism – attacks or the fear of them e.g. Tunisia (2015)  Health/


Sing With Your Hands With Hook, Line and Singalong songs Tim Carson and Sally Bodkin- Allen.

the natural language of the Deaf community in New Zealand, so it reflects our country’s culture and includes signs for Māori terminology and concepts unique to New Zealand New Zealand Sign Language is in May each year during /sessions (especially festival choirs) Claims Motivational (especially boys) Develop fluency in another language Meaningful Inclusive Connection between audience and performer Safe way to express feelings Drama and Dance outcomes What is singing anyway? Culturally responsive pedagogy /


Chapter 4 Local Culture, Popular Culture, & Cultural Landscapes.

grew to the UFC in 1993 was Brazil. Popular culture The influence of Europe, the U.S., Japan, and South Korea in global popular culture makes many people feel threatened by cultural homogenization. North America, Western Europe, Japan, India, and South Korea currently have the greatest influence on popular culture. Assimilation policies  - American, Canadian, Russian, Australian, and New Zealand assimilation policies practiced by governments were official policies designed for/


New Zealand is a country in the south- western Pacific Ocean comprising two large islands – the North Island and the South Island – and numerous smaller.

.The OECDs Programme for International Student Assessment ranks New Zealands education system as the 7th best in the world, with students performing exceptionally well in reading, mathematics and science.state (public) schools[polytechnicswānangabachelors degreeProgramme for International Student Assessmentstate (public) schools[polytechnicswānangabachelors degreeProgramme for International Student Assessment Culture The dominant cultural groups are the Pakeha and the Maori. Other smaller groups include/


Git Hayetsk Wednesday, February 24 th Talking Stick Festival Git Hoan Saturday, March 5 th Coastal First Nations Dance Festival Avery Palmer.

of Anthropology in Vancouver This festival celebrates the work of Indigenous peoples of the northwest coast of North America including British Columbia, the Yukon, Alaska and Washington State. International groups have been invited from New Zealand and Australia Git Hoan Git Hoan /, the Tsimshian, Haida and Tlingit. The group is lead by David Boxley who is a carver and culture bearer. Witnessing - Git Hoan Photo is of the Git Hoan finale at the Coastal First Nations Dance Festival at the Museum of /


Presentation to EventScotland seminar: Alcohol and the Events Industry “Trends in Alcohol Sponsorship” 3 rd November 2009 Helen Day – Head of European.

promoters DF Concerts, teamed up with InBev brand Tennent’s Lager as ‘founding partner’ to create a new live pop music festival –In its16 th year, with 180 artists performing on 11 stages over 3 days –Over 85,000/ variable in the alcohol take-up or abuse equation.” –“If alcohol sponsorship was removed social, economic, environmental and cultural capital of New Zealand communities would be eroded.” REGULATORY & LEGAL FRAMEWORK 1. Individual corporate advertising policies 2. Specific self-regulatory codes/


Lesson 8 E-waste. WSJ  In Stock Market Stampede, China Welcomes Slow Bulls and Mad Cows.

France Gives In to the Hashtag  This sudden reversal of four centuries of French linguistic policy was issued by the minister of culture, Fleur Pellerin, who declared that France ’ s resistance to the incursion of English words was harming — rather than preserving — the/Germany, exposing themselves in southern England and going on a drunken rampage in New Zealand. C. Longer Passage: British Festival-Goers Still Car-Bound  Task 1: Listen once. Try to catch the main idea and summarize it in one or two /


Born in Samoa in 1975 to a Japanese father and Samoan mother, Shigeyuki Kihara lived in Indonesia and Japan before she immigrated to New Zealand in 1989.

1975 to a Japanese father and Samoan mother, Shigeyuki Kihara lived in Indonesia and Japan before she immigrated to New Zealand in 1989. She obtained an Advanced Diploma in Fashion Design and Technology at Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand. Kiharas works are in the collection of various New Zealand museums, including Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington, Waikato Museum of Arts and History in Hamilton, and the University of Auckland/


Rotorua is the best place in the world to travel because. It has allot of tourist attractions in rotorua to look and explore new things.

of new Zealand. The kiwi represents the nativity of new Zealand. SYMBOLS OR COLOURS THAT REPRESENT The New Zealand flag represents the whole of New Zealand. Maori language is the culture language of New Zealand. English is the main language that we speak in New Zealand. LANGUAGES WE SPEAK The sports I play are Rugby,Rugby league, Basketball and ultimate Frisbee My hobbies are scootering, fishing and playing PlayStation 3. FESTIVALS AND HOLIDAYS IN OUR COUNTRY Australia New Zealand/


Zanzibar Destination Marketing Strategy Final Report

Canada), Africa (S Africa, EAC), Asia (Japan, Australia, New Zealand) Existing activities and experiences Zanzibar history and culture (Stone Town, Spice Tours, visits to palace ruins) The typical sun, sea and sand experience Adventure tourism (diving, snorkelling, dolphin/whale safaris) B) Extension into new products & activities New activities and experiences Zanzibar culture (films, music, culinary festivals), living/animated history shows and interpretation Adventure tourism (kite-boarding, quad-biking/


Mana Māori Māori Identity and ways of knowing An Indigenous World-view Paper presented By Tānia M. Ka’ai Monday, April 23, 2007 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM Princess.

to things Māori remain the legacy from our colonial history of cultural imperialism.  Television New Zealand screened Koha, a 30-minute Māori magazine programme. Experiments and pilots in Māori radio broadcasting led to the establishment of Te/to a powerless minority in their own country Cultural Renaissance  taonga pūoro (traditional Māori instruments),  Te Matatini (National Māori Performing Arts Festival)  An increasing number of Māori weavers, carvers and fashion designers profile Māori artworks at /


The houses are decorated with flowers and with socks hanging on every chimney hoping that Santa Nicholas (and not Santa Claus) will pass from there during.

by eight kangaroos.  The festive breakfast includes ham and fried eggs.  The dinner includes stuffed turkey.  The dessert includes pudding flambé, within which there is a coin for good luck.  In New Zealand, Christmas comes in the middle /http://www.sheblogs.eu/2009/12/03/pohutukawa-christmas-tree/  http://www.tovima.gr/culture/article/?aid=84723 http://www.tovima.gr/culture/article/?aid=84723  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_festivals_in_Fiji http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki//


FULL COUNTRY NAME : New Zealand CAPITAL: Wellington TOTAL AREA: 269,000 sq.km POPULATION: 4,182,000 people PEOPLE: 88% Europeans, 125 Maori and Polynesian.

second-largest city in the South Island, and the principal city of the region of Otago. The population is about 114,700 people. It is New Zealands fifth largest city in terms of population. For historical and cultural reasons, Dunedin is considered one of / its name in honour of the Admiral Nelson. Nelson is a centre for arts and crafts, and each year hosts popular events such as the Nelson Arts Festival. Cathedral Step Hardy Street Trafalgar Street Queenstown is a picturesque tourist destination located in /


 The hippie subculture was originally a youth movement that arose in the United States during the mid- 1960s and spread to other countries around the.

in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco popularized hippie culture, leading to the legendary Summer of Love on the West Coast of the United States, and the 1969 Woodstock Festival on the East Coast. Hippies in Mexico, known as jipitecas, formed La Onda and gathered at Avándaro, while in New Zealand, nomadic house truckers practiced alternative lifestyles and promoted sustainable energy at Nambassa. In the United/


New Zealand! Executed: Kozycheva Anastasiya Tsiglinova Viktoriya Tsiglinova Viktoriya BSSH №1.

is a popular tourist attraction. Volcano Animals world. The kiwi is the country`s national bird and emblem. It has nostrils at the end of its beak and it can`t fly. New Zealanders also like to call themselves Kiwis. Sport in New Zealand. Sport has a major role in New Zealands culture, with the unofficial national sport of rugby union being particularly influential. Other popular participatory sports include/


By Samantha Funk Academic 2 WORLD RELIGIONS (EASTERN AND WESTERN RELIGIONS)

some deity, or higher power.  It is important because religion and culture can go hand in hand. Such as in India, there are predominantly a / Hinduism. Diwali, otherwise known as Dipawali; “The Festival of Lights” is a festival between October and November where people who believe in Hinduism place lights,/ His death and resurrection ~ gave eternal life BASIC BELIEFS Christiani ty is practiced in North America, South America, Europe, the southern portion of Africa, Australia, and New Zealand, etc. WHERE/


Teacher: Lebedeva S.P.. New Zealand is an island nation, situated between the Equator and the South Pole in the southern Pacific Ocean. It is situated.

second-largest city in the South Island, and the principal city of the region of Otago. The population is about 114,700 people. It is New Zealands fifth largest city in terms of population. For historical and cultural reasons, Dunedin is considered one of / its name in honour of the Admiral Nelson. Nelson is a centre for arts and crafts, and each year hosts popular events such as the Nelson Arts Festival. Cathedral Step Hardy Street Trafalgar Street Queenstown is a picturesque tourist destination located in /


History of Waitangi Day. Waitangi Day and the Treaty of Waitangi Waitangi Day marks the most significant moment in this country’s history — when representatives.

been celebrating Waitangi Day in a variety of ways including public concerts and festivals. Some marae use the day as an open day and an educational experience for their local communities, giving them the opportunity to experience Māori culture and protocol. History of Waitangi Day In London, which has one of the largest New Zealand expatriate populations, a tradition has arisen in recent years to celebrate/


Human Population Population Geography/Cultural Geography.

be made up of several countries –Australia and New Zealand Share same language and have similar traditions and systems of government Culture Change Culture traits change through time –Ex. New clothing styles What clothing styles were popular in the past? Clothing reflects personal values, tastes, and style Changes in culture traits are complex –1800s – streetcars –1900s – buses and cares –Today – modern expressways and subways Ex. Culture traits have changed due to changing transportation/


Ministry of Culture and Tourism Republic Indonesia www.indonesia.travel “Indonesia Tourism 2011” SYAMSUL LUSSA Director for Marketing Development Jakarta,

, as well as suffering from the collapse of SkyEurope, taking capacity out of the market. • Middle East and Africa showed growth in arrivals of almost 3% over 2009 - the only region to do so. This was/Festival Jazz Etcetera, Melbourne, April 2010. 6.Sales Mission Australia & New Zealand, Mei ’10. 7.Bulletin Travel Show, Gold Coast, Mei 2010. 8.Gala Dinner, Melbourne & Auckland, Juni’10. 9.Indonesian Young Designer Fashion Show, Melbourne, Aug. 2010 10.Wayang Orang Show, Sydney, Aug’10. 11.Cultural/


Concert and Tour Production by Music Celebrations International ANDRÉ THOMAS ~ARTISTIC DIRECTOR~ July 4-8, 2013.

New Zealand, and Australia. In 2011, Thomas’ dedication to the choral arts were recognized by his peers in Chorus America, when that organization presented Dr. Thomas with its Distinguished Service Award. ANDRÉ J. THOMAS ~ARTISTIC DIRECTOR~ By participating in this festival/ for fashion. Often considered the driving force of Western culture, Paris has been home to such diverse bourgeois as kings, painters, political exiles, poets, philosophers, and musicians. Throughout the centuries, the oft-proclaimed “the/


La Tomatina.

copied this festival. Otros lugares 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) View these websites http://www.donquijote.org/ Páginas en la red http://www.donquijote.org/ culture/spain/society/holidays/do you think this festival says about Spanish people? Do we have anything similar in New Zealand? What are the positive things which would result from this festival? Do you see/ tomatoes are allowed. Participants have to give way to the truck and lorries. The festival doesnt allow ripping off T-shirts. After the second shot indicative of/


WELLINGTON & WAIRARAPA. WELLINGTON www.wellingtonnz.com Nearest airport: Wellington (domestic and international) 20 minutes. Transport: Fantastic bus,

in the city – before taking in a live show or performance.. ART & CULTURE The city is home to a range of visual and performing arts and festivals. The city also hosts several national artwork and historical collections. NATIONHOOD & HERITAGE Take a stroll through the Beehive – New Zealand’s Parliament building or visit Te Papa – New Zealand’s national museum. URBAN NATURE Wild, untouched landscapes of the rugged South Coast/


Thank you for using this pre-visit resource. We believe this will help strengthen student learning leading up to and during your gallery visit. Due to.

own cultural heritage and identity and memories growing up in Aotearoa NZ. Lets start this lesson by exploring Aotearoa NZ drawing home. O TE A ROANZ During this lesson we will create black and white drawings inspired by Aotearoa NZ. Drawing home / Step 1 I AM AOTEAROA NZ To start the class must come up with a sentence with the words Aotearoa NZ or New Zealand/


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