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I have just spent a few weeks researching the wonderful Maori culture. My life is now richer, from having done this.
My son's grandmother is Maori, & me pakeha. We live in Australia. I feel that my son really misses the whanau as he is a very affectionate little boy, I feel proud that he is Maori & that I have head the opportunity to research yr wonderful culture.