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  1. Tahiti (Cultures of the World) by Roseline Ngcheog-lum, 2007-09
  2. Culture of Tahiti: Language of Tahiti, Tahitian Music, Arioi, Tahitian Language, Music of Tahiti, Paul Gauguin Museum, Robert Wan Pearl Museum
  3. The Word, the Pen, and the Pistol: Literature and Power in Tahiti (Suny Series on the Sublime) by Robert Nicole, 2000-11
  4. Cultures of the World: Tahiti (Cultures of the World) by Times Editions, 1996-12-31
  5. The breadfruit of Tahiti, (Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu. Bulletin 50) by Gerrit Parmile Wilder, 1971
  6. Leeteg of Tahiti: Paintings from the Villa Velour by John Turner, 1999-10
  7. Lecture critique des Immemoriaux de Victor Segalen: Vie et mort d'une culture (Collection Origine du verbe) (French Edition) by Jean Scemla, 1986
  8. Culture of French Polynesia: Beauty Pageants in French Polynesia, Dances of Tahiti, Flags of French Polynesia, Languages of French Polynesia
  9. Recent publications.(The Influence of Pre-Raphaelitism on Fin-de-Siecle Italy: Art, Beauty, and Culture, vol. Giuliana Pieri)(Sacramental Realism: Gertrud ... An article from: The Modern Language Review by Gale Reference Team, 2007-01-01
  10. Legends of Polynesia, Legendes de Tahiti et des iles

21. Tahiti Culture | Tahiti
Photos of Tahiti islands selected by The Tahiti Traveler Special thanks to Le Meridien Tahiti Bora Bora and Tim Mc Kenna for collaborating to this photo
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22. YouTube - Tahiti Culture - Part 1
Tahiti Culture Part 1
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23. Tahiti | Polynesian Cultural Center
The Tahitian Village inside the Polynesian Cultural Center
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Tahiti
Iaorana ...or "good health" is the Polynesian greeting of Tahiti. It's important to note right up top that Tahiti is the name of the largest island and administrative center of French Polynesia; but the Polynesian Cultural Center also uses the name to collectively represent all of the 100-plus French Polynesian islands surrounding Tahiti (except the Marquesas , which is separately represented at the Center). Perhaps more than any other group of Pacific islands besides Hawaii, Tahiti with its fast hip-shaking dances and compelling wooden drum rhythms, quintessentially characterizes Polynesia in the minds of people around the world. The love of Tahiti, for example, gave rise to the actual 18th century mutiny on HMS Bounty; and ever afterward has represented the notion of escape to a Polynesian paradise. Tahiti fits that bill superbly, with its beautiful mountains, balmy climate, emerald and blue lagoons, and warm inviting people. You'll meet them at the Polynesian Cultural Center and gain insights into their fascinating culture. The Polynesian Cultural Center shares an introduction to an ancient and fascinating people. Learn more about the geography, history, and culture of Tahiti by following the links above.

24. Brendan Vacations - Tahiti - Culture Information
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25. Visit Tahiti – A Complete Guide To Tahiti Vacations, Tahiti Honeymoons, Tahiti
Welcome to VisitTahiti.net. your one stop destination for vacations and honymoons in Tahiti and her islands.
http://www.visittahiti.net/
Welcome to Tahiti French Polynesia is a group of paradise islands situated in the South Pacific Ocean in one of the last corners of the earth to be inhabited by man. Azure lagoons and exotic coral reefs populated by dolphins and shoals of colorful fish make Tahiti an ideal vacation destination if you want to play in the water
The Islands
The islands are made up of a group of five large archipelagos, covering an area of more than 200 million square miles, although the actual combined land mass of the islands is only about 1550 square miles.
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Things to Do
The famous French painter Paul Gauguin lived on Tahiti in the 1890s and painted many Tahitian subjects in a primitive style, influencing Picasso and Matisse, amongst others. There are several museums and cultural centres devoted to his work throughout French Polynesia, on Papeari, Tahiti and Hiva Oa. Read More >>
Culture and History
The French Polynesian people are warm, welcoming and easygoing. They share their ancestry with the Maoris of New Zealand and native Hawaiians - collectively known as Maohi - and speak a similar language. The Tahitians express themselves through the Maohi culture of music and dance but their dramatic dances are not specifically created for tourists the performances are authentic, used to preserve past traditions yet also evolving to reflect aspects of modern Tahitian life. Read More >>
Travel Tips
The summer months (November - April) are hot and humid. The rest of the year is slightly cooler and drier. the months of June, July, August, September and October are considered to be the ideal times to visit.

26. What Are Some Things About Tahiti Culture? | ChaCha Answers
What are some things about Tahiti culture? ChaCha has the answer Oral history recounts the adventures of gods and warriors in colorful legends where javel
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27. Tahiti - Culture
Definition of Tahiti from The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy.
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28. French Polynesia: History, Geography, Government, And Culture — Infoplease.com
Information on French Polynesia — geography, history, politics, government, economy, population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities.
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    Map of French Polynesia Status: Overseas Country High Commissioner: Jean Aribaud (1999) President: Oscar Temaru (2009) Land area: 1,413 sq mi (3,660 sq km); total area: 1,609 sq mi (4,167 sq km) Population (2010 est.): 291,000 (growth rate: 1.3%); birth rate: 15.6/1000; infant mortality rate: 7.4/1000; life expectancy: 76.9 density per sq mi: 77 Capital (2003 est.): Papeete (on Tahiti), 111,400 (metro. area), 30,200 (city proper) Monetary unit: Pacific financial community franc The term French Polynesia The Pacific Nuclear Test Center on the atoll of Mururoa, 744 mi (1,200 km) from Tahiti, was completed in 1966. In 1975 worldwide opposition forced the French to move the testing underground on Fangataufa. To compensate the residents for the nuclear weapons tests from 1995 to 1996, France offered a 10-year $194-million annual compensation package. An independence movement continues to flourish in French Polynesia. In 2004, France changed its status from a French Overseas Territory to an Overseas Country, which gave French Polynesia more autonomy over local affairs.

29. Tahiti
Tahiti Attractions; Tahiti Beaches; Tahiti Cuisine; Tahiti Culture; Tahiti Nightlife; Tahiti Weather; Tahiti's Best Resorts; Tahitis Best
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30. Third Gender - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The terms third gender and third sex describe individuals who are categorized (by their will or by social consensus) as neither male nor female, as well as the social category
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31. Tahiti-culture | Venez Dcouvrir La Polynsie Franaise ! - Nom De Domaine Gratu
Tahiti culture has distinct characteristics, thanks to the seclusion from the influences of outside world until as late as the 1767, when Samuel Wallis became the first
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32. Tahiti Geography | Polynesian Cultural Center
French Polynesia, with its capital at Papeete on the island of Tahiti, is comprised of five archipelagos, including the Society Islands (where Tahiti is located), the Austral
http://www.polynesia.com/tahiti/geography.html
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Tahiti: Geography
French Polynesia, with its capital at Papeete on the island of Tahiti, is comprised of five archipelagos, including the Society Islands (where Tahiti is located), the Austral Islands, the Tuamotu atolls, the Gambier Islands, and the Marquesas. The Society group is further divided into the Windward Islands, or les du Vent: Tahiti, Moorea, Maiao, Tetiaroa, and Mehetia), and the Leeward Islands, or les Sous-le-Vent: Ra'iatea, Huahine, Taha'a, Bora Bora, Maupiti, Tupai, Maupiha'a/Mopelia, Manuae or Scilly, and Motu One or Bellingshausen. All of the groups are mostly volcanic high-rise islands, except the Tuamotu chain, which is comprised of low-lying coral atolls. French Polynesia covers a vast area of the southeastern Pacific Ocean, but its total landmass covers only 3,543 sq. km.

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34. The Tahiti Traveler - Tourist And Travel Information - Food
Information about food and water in Tahiti and French Polynesia
http://thetahititraveler.com/touristinfo/healthfood.asp

35. Culture Of The Marquesas Islands - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The Marquesas Islands were colonized by seafaring Polynesians as early as 300 A.D., thought to originate from Samoa. The dense population was concentrated in the narrow valleys, and
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Culture of the Marquesas Islands
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Marquesans performing a Haka dance The Marquesas Islands were colonized by sea-faring Polynesians as early as 300 A.D. , thought to originate from Samoa . The dense population was concentrated in the narrow valleys, and consisted of warring tribes, who sometimes cannibalized their enemies. Much of Polynesia , including the original settlers of Hawaii Tahiti Rapa Iti and Easter Island , was settled by Marquesans, believed to have departed from the Marquesas as a result more frequently of overpopulation and drought-related food shortages, than because of the nearly constant warfare that eventually became a prominent feature of the islands' culture. Almost the entire remainder of Polynesia, with the exception of a few areas of western Polynesia as well as the majority of the Polynesian outliers , was colonized by Marquesan descendants centered in Tahiti.
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