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Wednesday, 4 July 2018

Migration Model



This migration model shows the flows of both mainstream and counterstream flows migration between two countries. The mainstream flow is always larger than the counterstream flow. The mainstream represents the number of people in Tokelau who have no choice but to leave their country. Counterstream represents a little number of people migrating from New Zealand to Tokelau. The obstacles between these two countries is that they don’t want to leave their families behind or the lack of money they have.

Tuesday, 5 June 2018

Loseli and Vaimoana Food tech

Today in food tech me and my partner Vaimoana made Banana muffins. The skills for this week is to follow the instructions, how to read the instructions and how to measure the ingredients properly. The ingredients for this is 1 and1/2 cup of self raising flour, 1/2 cup of sugar, 1/2 cup of oil, 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon, 1 egg, 1/2 cup of milk. Mix well and serve into 12 muffins.


Tuesday, 22 May 2018

Food Technology W4

Today in food tech me and my partner Kuraia were making ham and cheese quiche. The skills for this week are to 1. follow the instructions step, 2. how to read the ingredients, 3. how to measure the ingredients right. The ingerdients to make this quiche is to cut the pastry into 9 round pieces, put the muffin tray and add ham and cheese. Whisk 5 eggs, 1 cup of milk and pour it into the muffin tray. After that bake at 180c for 15 minutes.


A Trip to remote Tokelau

As a student traveling back to my homeland. I am noticing the changes and that
my house and other houses is now on a stilts. Seeing all my family members
and relatives all happy and healthy,I can tell that they are really happy to see me. I am
really happy to finish my studies and getting my degrees and bachelor's. In the future
I was planning to come back to Tokelau to help my grandparents and my parents.


My trip back home was brilliant. It was like the first time seeing the nice, clear blue ocean
and seeing the seagulls just flying joyfully. The MV Mataliki was huge and I also met a lot of
new people there that I haven’t seen before in my life. As soon as I step foot on the island. I can
remember every memory I had the last time I came. My uncle picked my up from the wharf and
my grandparents were really excited to see me. The day after this I helped my parents cook our
food and make drinks for the feed. I haven’t had Tokelauan food for 10 years so I couldn't wait to
eat this yummy food. This is my diary entry of me going back to Tokelau.


Boat in vast ocean

Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Food Technology W3


Today me and my buddy learnt how to make chocolate chip muffins. The skills for this week is 1. follow the instructions, 2. how to read ingredients, 3. how to measure the ingredients correctly. 

Monday, 7 May 2018

Social Studies: 2 Key Concepts Globalisation and Modernisation

Today in Social studies I learnt about 2 new concepts. One concept was Globalisation. Globalisation means when business might have more international influence. For example McDonald started in America and now it is worldwide because of the influence they made. The other concept is Modernisation. It means current or modern technology. For example your parents back in the days have written with books and pencils but now in the modern days children are now using computers and chrome books for their work and education.

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Friday, 4 May 2018

The Meaning of Anzac Day


Anzac Day is the day when all New Zealanders and Australians come together as a nation to celebrate the remembrance of those who sacrificed their lives when they were in a very young age. On the 25 April is when Anzac day is held. The date itself marks the first landing of the Anzac soldiers in Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915 which is now known as Turkey. On Anzac day people wear red poppies because the day they laid to rest red poppies bloomed over their graves. There is a fact that during the wars more than 11,000 soldiers died at Gallipoli and more than 23,500 were wounded.
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