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16 February 2013


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It is interesting about your journey on an awareness trip across rough, deep and swollen ocean which you and your crew have tackled.

Was there any government or NGO able to sponsor you people for the humanitarian role of guys like you? You know it's life-risking but you were about to fullfil your talent and care for your neighbouring islands.

Manuai, you've done an outstanding job that can really engage someone's heart. It is a good idea to make awareness of those things like global warming. Mate it's amazing.

A refreshing story of hope, faith, resourcefulness and resilience.

All of which epitomizes Titan people and the many people of the Pacific whose life solely depend on the ocean for their food security.

Looking foward to seeing the documentary.

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