Papua New Guinea: where colours and cultures clash in peace
By Bertrand Linet
April 2015PHOTO ESSAY
In August and September each year, Papua New Guinea erupts in a dazzling flurry as crowds of men and women congregate in dance and music, draped in all the colours of the rainbow. A “sing-sing” is a gathering of a few tribes and villages in the Oceanian country of Papua New Guinea, where people meet to show off their distinct cultures, dances and music. Its aim is to peacefully share traditions, with villagers elaborately painting and decorating themselves. Each tribe...
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