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|Issue Date:||06 Aug 2016|
|Description:||Rosa Giru Mariko tells a story about a traditional ceremony called maemae. In this story, Morokea people went to an Aighon village called Kakavehua and entertained a child of Aighon in their traditional ceremony.|
|Appears in Collections:||Hiroko Sato Collection - Bebeli Documentation|
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