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Mar 1, 2021

Faumuina Felolini Maria Tafunai's life and journey has been fascinating - in this interview we find out about what it is like to grow up with two cultures, being born in New Zealand but with strong connections back to Samoa.  In particular we focus in on Wayfinding - this originates from "a geneology of knowledge passed down through Pacific star navigators and ocean voyagers".  She wants to use Pacific Wayfinding to design better aid and development programmes.  Her reflections on nature and what it is like to be out on the ocean are very insightful.   Check out the last episode for a 4 minute summary.  If you enjoy this have a look at other interviews at

About Wayfinding:

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Wayfinding article: