19 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

The Glorious Journey Home – Part 1 (Beachcomber)

Alright, so many if you want to know how it was to be back in Fiji, what we all did, where we went, and curse us for telling you about the wonderful, life-changing times we had while we were there. We landed at Nadi International Airport on Sunday morning. The air was fresh and crisp–though […]

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01 July 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Pani (Water), Memory and Post-Colonial Identity

Miles from a place fondly called home, a small plastic bottle of FIJI Water peers at me through the doors of a convenience store, teasing and tormenting, begging me to take it back. I reach out fondly, only to jerk my hand away. They say it’s untouched by civilization, They say it provides jobs, They […]

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12 August 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Fiji Water: Spin the Bottle

There is a great piece in Mother Jones about Fiji Water and how it is benefiting from the Fiji Islands while plenty of Fijians live without access to clean drinking water.

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