Happenings in Papua New Guinea
Wonderful photos! Thanks for posting!
My pleasure Bea. You'll see more when you come over to PNG.
thanks for posting!. good to see that the "Hahenamo Day" (spelling?) has grown on to be bigger and better. I remember the years of no more then 5 dancing groups (1999/2000).
I am one of the pioneer teachers at pomnats when it first opened on 1996. It is very nice to see that the spirit of hahenamo lives on.More power to Pomnats.Cesare Reyes
nice photos. My son was in them photos too. He's a Huli Wigman...One of Obama's wantok..lain blo ol bushwitch doctors...ha.haThanks Malum Nalu..am only a proud mumWay to go POMNATS...CheersHELA down under
Hi, the name's David, 12C 2003, nices pics.. POMNATHS--- still okay!! Those were the times....
Continuing from the above, Its good that someone like you could do something special like this and uphold the pride of POMNATHS>>>> David Kapa, PNGDF NAVY, currently studying @ AMC Search, Tasmanin, Australia....
Great to see our culture is still going strong despite modern times we live in now.
Nice photo's. Luv to see more. By the way can you help me get in touch with Mr. David Kapa who post a comment above. He is my schoolmate at Badihagwa High School. He says hes studying in Australia. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.Timothy SiakisiGold Ridge MineSolomon Islands
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