My husband is Kai Tahu and very proud of it.
My husband is Kai Tahu and very proud of it. We have been married for 40 plus years. His mum was never able to speak te reo other than a few words which were regularly used in day to day life. I think she always wanted to know more. As a family they followed strong cultural practices .As my husband has got older his desire to learn te reo and include it in the lives of our whanau. We are continually trying to learn more and use te reo when ever we can.