|Location:||New Zealand / Aotearoa|
|Series:||Tangata Whenua: The People of the Land|
|Description:||Part 1: In Those Times. A kuia (female elder) reminisces about her early life at the time of King Mahuta. Part 2: Moko. Maori elders discuss the significance of moko (chin tatoo) and the role on the marae of the kuia who still have moko. Part 3: Herepo's Place. Herepo is the last kuia in her district with a moko. She revisits places of her youth and discusses her present life, looking after her mokopuna (grandchildren). Talks about the value of land.|
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