- published: 18 Jul 2017
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Live performance at the University of Goroka by Solomon islands Students. Backup by Richard Mogu on drums who is also the Music Tutor there and Wesley on lead. G Ruun is on keyboard who was a student at the University at that time.
The Solomon Islands, in the heart of the Pacific, relies on expensive imported fuel for nearly 100% of its electricity. It has some of the highest energy costs in the world, and one of the lowest rates of connection in the world; just 9% of Solomon Islanders are connected to the electricity grid. This is the story of Melody and James, who live in Honiara, the Solomon Islands capital.
*****Invitational Lecture***** The 7 Layers of Confusion Keyo University, Tokyo, May 9, 2015 Hosted by: Keio University Institute of East Asian Studies (KIEAS,http://www.kieas.keio.ac.jp/english/index.html) and KIEAS 2015 Academic Project “Exploring Historical Landscapology : A New Challenge through Articulation of Historical Ecology and Historical Anthropology of Asian and Pacific Societies”(EHL) Land is one of the most talked about topics among residents of illegal settlements in Honiara today. They talk about land because it is on land that they live, but they currently do note feel secure, because land in Honiara nowadays is a sort of centrifugal hotspot of many tensions. So, the first reason why I decided to concentrate on land is that land is a hot topic in the capital city of S...
The capital of Solomon Islands, Honiara, is located at one of the biggest islands in Solomons - Guadalcanal, and is home to the international airport - Henderson International Airport, formerly known as the Henderson Field. This video shows the aerial view of Honiara city, a still developing municipal, and the landing at the airport with Fiji Airways. Available flights to Honiara can be from Australia (Brisbane/Sydney/Perth), Papua New Guinea (Port Moresby), Vanuatu (Port Vila), Fiji (Nadi) and Nauru.
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This are Solomon Island students studying in Fu Jen catholic university in 2014. The group was original called RUTEKU , in Solomon island translation. So sorry that the video didn't started according to the starting of the song but we manage to capture a handful. Thanks to my fellow 2014 scholarship recipient for the general co-operation and wish you all a successful future.