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By Chesney Hearst, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The 'Tuku Iho | Legado Vivo Māori', an exhibition and festival that celebrates the art and culture of New Zealand's Māori people, began in Rio de Janeiro on October 9th and will continue through October 25th. Featured events include live performances by the group kapa haka with singer Ria Hall, a Māori art installation with cravings by James Rickard and tattoos by moko tattooists.

Produced and sponsored by the New Zealand Māori Arts & Crafts Institute (NZMACI) part of the Te Puia tourism organization, the 'Tuku . . .

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