Samoan Chief

Tāgāti’a: Samoan Darts You Will Never See at the Pub, Bar, or the Olympics

The people of the Independent State of Samoa are known as the ‘happy people’ for their celebrations for nature and fun. Samoans will tell you their informal name ‘happy people’ comes from ‘aiga’, which means family; family is the general … Continue reading Tāgāti’a: Samoan Darts You Will Never See at the Pub, Bar, or the Olympics

Anthropology of New Caledonia

Anthropology: Exploring the History and Culture of New Caledonia

Have you heard the name New Caledonia? According to the anthropology of New Caledonia, it is a multicultural society that contains majorly European (French) and Melanesians (Kanak). The remainder of the society includes Asian and Polynesian. Though English is spoken … Continue reading Anthropology: Exploring the History and Culture of New Caledonia