Sunday, September 09, 2007

Marama and Turaga magazines - August

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The gossy, colourful magazines from Suva, Marama and Turaga, are both well worth reading. I have the August editions and there are lots of stories about personalities, mainly upbeat, and some articles skirt around politics as well.
I was happy to see a story about my friend Rev Mereia, a woman who lectures these days at Davuilevu and has worked for many years in the Indian Division of the Methodist Church in Fiji. Other stories vary from bios of current leaders to stories of shoe-shine boys.


Pandabonium said...

What a heart warming smile.

Peceli and Wendy's Blog said...

I will post Mereaia's story later on because we knew her family when she was about 12, and then met up again years later.
Also I'd like to post something about the two magazines and how the Turaga magazine has more 'serious' political discussion than Marama. Why? Are men more political than women?

Pandabonium said...

'Looking forward to those posts. As to the men and politics...well, perhaps it goes back to women being gatherers/nurturers and men being hunters.

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