kai moana

Related to kai moana: rahui

kai moana

(məʊˈænə)
n
NZ seafood
[Māori, from kai + moana sea]
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His show Hiwi the Kiwi Goes Fishing is punctuated with songs written by Mark himself, which include Kai Moana', stories, dance and humour.
If the natural landscape is no longer able to provide farmland on which to grow fresh fruit and vegetables (washed away as it has been in Dogside by the devastating effects of Cyclone Bola) and if the fisheries are no longer able to provide kai moana (threatened as they are by over-fishing), the people of Dogside will be forcibly and increasingly reliant on processed foods from outside the community.
Living on 'his' side of the creek, fishing and providing for the family, Rua tries to rebuild a life for himself that is reminiscent of the life before Taku and Shania's deaths, a time when the trio proudly provided the kai moana for the whanau.
24) when harvesting the whanau's kai moana. It is in these important teaching moments that Rua is able to honour and pass on the important understanding of te whare tapa wha to a new generation of Dogsiders--an understanding that recognizes all cornerstones of the whanau's health, both human and ecological, must be looked after if the community is going to survive--and thrive--in the twenty-first century.
We worked as a community to collect and prepare our food, particularly kai moana. There have been a lot of changes at our marae in recent years.
We would spend whole weekends camping on the beach, swimming, gathering kai moana or exploring the bush.
Some hilarious skits explored everything from te wheko to kai moana, aeroplanes and even Cinderella!