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Lemi is an internationally recognized leader in the arts world. He is Samoan and has made a major contribution to the way arts from Aotearoa are showcased on the world stage. His use of te reo Maori in his work celebrates the identity of Aotearoa. Here he talks with Peter-Lucas about the past, the present and future. Tihei Mauri Ora!

 

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Lemi Ponifasio talks to Radio Te Hiku
17 March 2015

Lemi is an internationally recognized leader in the arts world. He is Samoan and has made a major contribution to the way arts from Aotearoa are showcased on the world stage. His use of te reo Maori in his work celebrates the identity of Aotearoa. Here he talks with Peter-Lucas about the past, the present and future. Tihei Mauri Ora!

 

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