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This is a shorter version of the film BIKPELA BAGARAP (Big Damage). The longer version of the film can be watched on the film's website: http://www.bikpelabagarap.com/ BIG DAMAGE reveals the human face of logging in Papua New Guinea. It is a tale of exploitation and broken promises, where local people are treated as second-rate citizens in their own country by Malaysian logging companies and corrupt politicians. Customary landowners are forced into signing documents they don't understand, for the promise of "development" -- fresh water, health and education, but these essential services are rarely provided. Instead, their traditional hunting grounds are destroyed, waterways polluted, and their way of life ruined forever. Purchase on DVD from the film website - http://www.bikpelabagara...
We enjoyed three days of hosting a group from Papua New Guinea. It was sad to see them go.
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First asylum-seekers to be sent to Papua New Guinea by Australia arrive Subscribe to the Guardian HERE: http://bitly.com/UvkFpD The first group of Indonesian asylum-seekers affected by Australia and Papua New Guinea's processing deal arrive at Christmas Island, Australia. Under the agreement, PNG will process and settle those seeking asylum and Australia will fund an expansion of the Manus Island detention centre to accommodate them. People in the developing country have expressed concerns they are ill-equipped to be accommodating people the Indonesian arrivals
Global healthcare provider International SOS has been providing a range of medical services in Papua New Guinea for 27 years. Presentation by Dr Myles Neri, Group Medical Director of International SOS, at the 2017 Business Advantage Papua New Guinea Investment Conference, 7 September 2017. Further information: http://www.pnginvestmentconference.com
The tribes of papua new guinea keep their traditions alive. ▶ SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc Full Documentaries every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday! Papua over 1,400 islands, large and small, scattered between the Equator and north Australia. Many of these islands are tiny, uninhabited coral atolls. As a result of the last glaciation, many communities were cut off. The different ethnic groups that live on the islands of Papua were greatly feared by the sailors who dared to navigate the waters of these 'accursed' islands. Head-hunters and cannibals, these fierce warriors of the sea remained isolated until well into the twentieth century. Their bloodthirsty fame meant that, for a long time, their territory remained unexplored by Europeans. Traditional customs and rituals remain strong...
Visit: http://www.papuanewguinea.travel/milnebay Milne Bay Province takes in the land at the extreme eastern end of Papua New Guinea together with seven groups of islands; the Trobriand, Woodlark, Laughlan, Louisiade Archipelago, the Conflict Group, the Samarai Group and the D'Entrecasteaux Group. Today thousands of tourists arrive to enjoy diving around the wreckage left behind from the war. There are 160 named islands and 500 cays and atolls scattered over 250,000 square kilometres of ocean. In many parts of Milne Bay, the reefs are characterised by dramatic drop-offs, clefts and overhangs.
Journey around Papua New Guinea (PNG) including Port Moresby, the middle Sepik River, the Mt. Hagen Cultural Show (singsing) and Tari. __________________________________________________________________ Note: Travelogues and more videos available at http://travelogues.x10.mx/
deugro, founded in 1924, recently completed one of the most complex and challenging projects undertaken in the company's recent history. In 2010 deugro was awarded a major EPC contract led by an international joint venture, well known in the Oil & Gas industry, to deliver plant and equipment to the PNG LNG Hides Gas Conditioning Plant in Papua New Guinea. deugro was tasked to manage and ship in excess of 3,000 purchase orders from worldwide origins into PNG. One of the unique scopes included an airbridge and interface management, loading and unloading of 88 x AN124 flights ex Port Moresby Jacksons airport to the remote Komo airport, located in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea. The contract also included the delivery of the equipment packages (using deugro's own heavy haulage equipment...
"Osimoya" dance by young men, women and children at the Christmas Day celebrations in Omarakana, the village of the Paramount Chief of the Trobriand Islands, in Milne Bay Province of Papua New Guinea. A group of men sing and beat the "kundu" drums while the dancers in their elaborate costumes dance around them. http://ozoutback.com.au http://youtube.com/watch?v=wPPFs86Wp9c
The amazing sing-sing groups who performed at The Madang Festival 2015. In this video there are groups from: Simbu/Chimbu (Highlands), Madang, Rai coast, Bogia, Ambai, Autonomous Region of Bougainville and even Simbai. This was a rare opportunity to see the green beetle wing headdress dance group from Simbai. A Madang province highlands tribe!
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I filmed the sing sing festival in Goroka Papua New Guinea. a meetin of 80 dances group from the highland
New Guinea is not a great place to be a witch doctor this week. 29 people have been arrested for allegedly eating the brains and stewing the penises of a group of witch doctors the killers said practiced a form of sorcery. Cannibalism has been practiced in New Guinea for generations, where human meat is referred to as "long pig," according to the Associated Press. But it is illegal in the South Pacific island nation and has become far less common in recent years. Authorities said the people arrested for killing the seven suspected witch doctors did not believe they were committing a crime, and thought eating the organs of the witch doctors would give them special powers, including becoming bulletproof. The witch doctors had reportedly been extorting money and sexual favors from the villag...
This Beautiful traditional dance was performed in Madang for some visitors who arrived in Papua New Guinea on board the Pacific Dawn cruise ship. The Dance originates from the Milne Bay Region in PNG. Date 19/02/2015