Drummers from Ghana came to our school to perform. They told us that Wala means life in Ghanaian. The drumsticks looked very different from the drumsticks in New Zealand. They also told us that the top of the drums were made out of cow’s skin.
During the second world war more young women arrived on ships. They were called Matua and Maui Pomare. In 2004 the Cook Island Maori was taught at school. The Cook Island men came before all the others. They came first because New Zealand wanted help.
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