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1. Maori myths and legends of New Zealand native birds
The Maori regard birds as magical and mythical creatures. Myths and legends of the birds were woven into the natural world of the Maori. Some of their feathers were symbols of status, the most valued feathers were reserved only for the high born chiefs. The Kiwi is the national symbol of New Zeal...
2. History of the Maori people in New Zealand
Pets & Animals - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:34:20
The homeland of the Maori was the legendary Hawaiki. Hawaiki was crowded resulting in famine and warfare. The Maori were skilled navigators this enabled them to travel long distances. A number of canoes left the shores of Hawaiki and navigated their way to the shores of New Zealand. This lens is ...
3. The purity of drinking water
Culture & Society - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:31:19
The human body contains 50 - 78 % water, the percentage depends on the size of the individual. The body needs 1 - 7 litres of water per day. Human, plant and animal life need water to survive. Water can be found in springs, bores (underground), lakes and rivers. This lens will examine aspects of ...
4. Indigenous peoples' around the world
healthy-living - Sun, 29 Jan 2012 02:49:43
Across the world there are 370 million Indigenous people living in 70 countries. The world population is six billion. Indigenous people are the first inhabitants of a country or land. Therefore, they should have sovereignty of the land. However, most of the indigenous peoples countries were colon...
5. Water projects around the world
culture-and-society - Sun, 22 Jan 2012 20:29:41
The United Nations claim that by the year 2025, three billion people will be confronted with a shortage of water. Currently, there are 1.2 billion people who have no drinking water. A human can survive without water for only seven days. The human body consists of 66 % water. In the developed worl...
6. History of Chocolate
healthy-living - Wed, 25 Jan 2012 22:58:28
The history of chocolate dates back as far as 4,000 years it was discovered by the Maya culture. Cocoa is the key ingredient of chocolate. Throughout the centuries the cocoa bean has brought much wealth and spiritual solace to humans'. In the 14th century, chocolate was only accessible to wealthy...
7. Healing Methods and Techniques
food-and-cooking - Fri, 20 Jan 2012 21:12:39
People who are terminally ill can be vulnerable to 'alternative healing' some of these healers claim they can cure any disease. Are they quacks or doctors? Do they have a place in the community? There are methods of healing that is not western medical practice and has been described by western pr...
healthy-living - Tue, 03 Jan 2012 22:08:53
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