Post by Kiwi Frontline on Mar 5, 2019 16:25:05 GMT 12
MĀORI AND PACIFIC SCHOLARS EXPLORE BUSINESS, CULTURAL CONNECTIONS IN TAIPEI.
Imagine spending a month in a foreign city, dedicating your time to learning a new language, exploring business opportunities, and discovering the cultural linkages across indigenous cultures and histories.
That has been the experience for 11 Māori and Pacific tertiary students and recent graduates who were selected as the 2019 North Asia Centre of Asia-Pacific Excellence (CAPE) Māori and Kiva Business Scholars....
Post by second-class-citizen on Mar 6, 2019 13:52:47 GMT 12
Maori feel a strong cultural connection with Asia..." ? ? ? ? ? There is no similarity between Asian culture and the stoneage maori culture. While maori were murdering and eating each other with no alphabet or numerical system and not one maori had thought of the wheel, Asians had a complex written way of communicating, had a numerical system, constructed amazing buildings, worked out how to really navigate, and were far more civilised than the maori. Typical maori trying to pretend their "culture" is somehow equal with others who in fact were light years more advanced.