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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
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March 16, 2020 
The nearly empty parking lot of Disney's Magic Kingdom theme park after it closed in an effort to combat... 
Orlando, UNITED STATES 
A Piper aircraft flies past empty Magic Kingdom theme park after it closed in an effort to combat the... 
The nearly empty parking lot of Disney's Magic Kingdom theme park after it closed in an effort to combat the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in an aerial view in Orlando, Florida, U.S. March 16, 2020. At top is Disney's Polynesian Village Resort. REUTERS/Gregg Newton 
PERU-EXPEDITION/KON-TIKI 
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October 30, 2015 
Norwegian Captain Oyvin Lauten rise the flags of Peru and Norway at a wooden raft of the Kon-Tiki II... 
Callao, Peru 
Norwegian Captain Lauten rise the flags of Peru and Norway at a wooden raft of the Kon-Tiki II expedition... 
Norwegian Captain Oyvin Lauten rise the flags of Peru and Norway at a wooden raft of the Kon-Tiki II expedition at the port of Callao prior to the departure to Pascua island in Chile, in Callao, Peru, October 30, 2015. Fourteen men from various parts of the world set out on rafts to commemorate the Norwegian navigator Thor Heyerdahl expedition 68 years ago. The original raft crossed the Pacific Ocean from South America to the Polynesian Islands. This rafts are a replica of ships used 6,000 years ago, but will be equipped with solar panel. REUTERS/Guadalupe Pardo 
PERU-EXPEDITION/KON-TIKI
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October 30, 2015 
Wooden rafts of the Kon-Tiki II expedition are prepared at the port of Callao prior to the departure... 
Callao, Peru 
Wooden rafts of the Kon-Tiki II expedition are prepared at the port of Callao prior to the departure... 
Wooden rafts of the Kon-Tiki II expedition are prepared at the port of Callao prior to the departure to Pascua island in Chile, in Callao, Peru, October 30, 2015. Fourteen men from various parts of the world set out on rafts to commemorate the Norwegian navigator Thor Heyerdahl expedition 68 years ago. The original raft crossed the Pacific Ocean from South America to the Polynesian Islands. This rafts are a replica of ships used 6,000 years ago, but will be equipped with solar panel. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-EXPEDITION/KON-TIKI
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October 30, 2015 
Crew members of the Kon-Tiki II expedition check out the cockpit, with a solar panel, of one of the two... 
Callao, Peru 
Crew members of the Kon-Tiki II expedition check out the cockpit, with a solar panel, of one of the two... 
Crew members of the Kon-Tiki II expedition check out the cockpit, with a solar panel, of one of the two wooden rafts at the port of Callao prior to the departure to Pascua island in Chile, in Callao, Peru, October 30, 2015. Fourteen men from various parts of the world set out on rafts to commemorate the Norwegian navigator Thor Heyerdahl expedition 68 years ago. The original raft crossed the Pacific Ocean from South America to the Polynesian Islands. This rafts are a replica of ships used 6,000 years ago, but will be equipped with solar panel. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-EXPEDITION/KON-TIKI
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October 30, 2015 
Crew members of the Kon-Tiki II expedition check out the cockpit of one of the two wooden rafts at the... 
Callao, Peru 
Crew members of the Kon-Tiki II expedition check out the cockpit of one of the two wooden rafts at the... 
Crew members of the Kon-Tiki II expedition check out the cockpit of one of the two wooden rafts at the port of Callao prior to the departure to Pascua island in Chile, in Callao, Peru, October 30, 2015. Fourteen men from various parts of the world set out on rafts to commemorate the Norwegian navigator Thor Heyerdahl expedition 68 years ago. The original raft crossed the Pacific Ocean from South America to the Polynesian Islands. This rafts are a replica of ships used 6,000 years ago, but will be equipped with solar panel. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-EXPEDITION/KON-TIKI
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October 30, 2015 
One of the two wooden rafts of the Kon-Tiki II expedition is prepared at the port of Callao prior to... 
Callao, Peru 
One of the two wooden rafts of the Kon-Tiki II expedition is prepared at the port of Callao prior to... 
One of the two wooden rafts of the Kon-Tiki II expedition is prepared at the port of Callao prior to the departure to Pascua island in Chile, in Callao, Peru, October 30, 2015. Fourteen men from various parts of the world set out on rafts to commemorate the Norwegian navigator Thor Heyerdahl expedition 68 years ago. The original raft crossed the Pacific Ocean from South America to the Polynesian Islands. This rafts are a replica of ships used 6,000 years ago, but will be equipped with solar panel. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-EXPEDITION/KON-TIKI
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October 30, 2015 
Crew members of the Kon-Tiki II expedition check out the deck of a wooden raft prior to depart to Pascua... 
Callao, Peru 
Crew members of the Kon-Tiki II expedition check out the deck of a wooden raft prior to depart to Pascua... 
Crew members of the Kon-Tiki II expedition check out the deck of a wooden raft prior to depart to Pascua island in Chile, at Callao port, Peru, October 30, 2015. Fourteen men from various parts of the world set out on rafts to commemorate the Norwegian navigator Thor Heyerdahl expedition 68 years ago. The original raft crossed the Pacific Ocean from South America to the Polynesian Islands. This rafts are a replica of ships used 6,000 years ago, but will be equipped with solar panel. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-EXPEDITION/KON-TIKI
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October 30, 2015 
Crew members of the Kon-Tiki II expedition check out the deck of a wooden raft prior to depart to Pascua... 
Callao, Peru 
Crew members of the Kon-Tiki II expedition check out the deck of a wooden raft prior to depart to Pascua... 
Crew members of the Kon-Tiki II expedition check out the deck of a wooden raft prior to depart to Pascua island in Chile, at Callao port in Peru, October 30, 2015. Fourteen men from various parts of the world set out on rafts to commemorate the Norwegian navigator Thor Heyerdahl expedition 68 years ago. The original raft crossed the Pacific Ocean from South America to the Polynesian Islands. This rafts are a replica of ships used 6,000 years ago, but will be equipped with solar panel. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-EXPEDITION/KON-TIKI
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October 30, 2015 
One of the two wooden rafts of the Kon-Tiki II expedition is prepared at the port of Callao prior to... 
Callao, Peru 
One of the two wooden rafts of the Kon-Tiki II expedition is prepared at the port of Callao prior to... 
One of the two wooden rafts of the Kon-Tiki II expedition is prepared at the port of Callao prior to the departure to Pascua island in Chile, in Callao, Peru, October 30, 2015. Fourteen men from various parts of the world set out on rafts to commemorate the Kon-Tiki expedition 68 years Thor Heyerdahl took the original raft across the Pacific Ocean from South America to the Polynesian Islands. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-EXPEDITION/KON-TIKI
RTX1U0R0 
October 30, 2015 
Crew members of the Kon-Tiki II expedition check out the deck of a wooden raft prior to depart to Pascua... 
Callao, Peru 
Crew members of the Kon-Tiki II expedition check out the deck of a wooden raft prior to depart to Pascua... 
Crew members of the Kon-Tiki II expedition check out the deck of a wooden raft prior to depart to Pascua island in Chile, at Callao port in Peru, October 30, 2015. Fourteen men from various parts of the world set out on rafts to commemorate the Norwegian navigator Thor Heyerdahl expedition 68 years ago. The original raft crossed the Pacific Ocean from South America to the Polynesian Islands. This rafts are a replica of ships used 6,000 years ago, but will be equipped with solar panel. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-EXPEDITION/KON-TIKI
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October 30, 2015 
One of the two wooden rafts of the Kon-Tiki II expedition is prepared at the port of Callao prior to... 
Callao, Peru 
One of the two wooden rafts of the Kon-Tiki II expedition is prepared at the port of Callao prior to... 
One of the two wooden rafts of the Kon-Tiki II expedition is prepared at the port of Callao prior to the departure to Pascua island in Chile, in Callao, Peru, October 30, 2015. Fourteen men from various parts of the world set out on rafts to commemorate the Norwegian navigator Thor Heyerdahl expedition 68 years ago. The original raft crossed the Pacific Ocean from South America to the Polynesian Islands. This rafts are a replica of ships used 6,000 years ago, but will be equipped with solar panel. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
MOROCCO-SURFING/
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September 11, 2015 
Polynesian Tereva David rides his wave at Casablanca Beach, also known as the Pepsi spot during the World... 
Casablanca, Morocco 
Polynesian David rides his wave at Casablanca Beach, also known as the Pepsi spot during the World Surf... 
Polynesian Tereva David rides his wave at Casablanca Beach, also known as the Pepsi spot during the World Surf League's (WSL) Quiksilver Pro surfing competition, the first ever in Morocco in Casablanca in Morocco, September 11, 2015. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal 
MOROCCO-SURFING/
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September 10, 2015 
French Polynesian O'Neill Massin rides his wave at Casablanca Beach, also known as the Pepsi spot during... 
Casablanca, Morocco 
French Polynesian Massin rides his wave at Casablanca Beach during the World Surf League's (WSL) Quiksilver... 
French Polynesian O'Neill Massin rides his wave at Casablanca Beach, also known as the Pepsi spot during the World Surf League's (WSL) Quiksilver Pro surfing competition, the first ever in Morocco in Casablanca, Morocco, September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal 
MOROCCO-SURFING/
RTSFVO 
September 10, 2015 
French Polynesian O'Neill Massin rides his wave at Casablanca Beach, also known as the Pepsi spot during... 
Casablanca, Morocco 
French Polynesian O'Neill Massin rides his wave at Casablanca Beach, also known as the Pepsi spot during... 
French Polynesian O'Neill Massin rides his wave at Casablanca Beach, also known as the Pepsi spot during the World Surf League's (WSL) Quiksilver Pro surfing competition, the first ever in Morocco in Casablanca in Morocco, September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal
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January 26, 2009 
POLYNESIAN-VOYAGING/ - Map of the Pacific locating migration routes, with illustrated factbox explaining... 
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POLYNESIAN-VOYAGING/ - Map of the Pacific locating migration routes, with illustrated factbox explaining Polynesian wayfinding techniques. With illustration of Polynesian sailing vessel. Accompanies Reuters feature POLYNESIAN-VOYAGING/. RNGS. (SIN03) 
TAHITI/
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May 15, 2008 
Surfer C.J. Hobgood of the U.S. is airborne during the third round of the Billabong Pro surfing tournament... 
Teahupoo, French Polynesia 
Surfer Hobgood of the US is airborne during third round of Billabong Pro surfing tournament on the legendary... 
Surfer C.J. Hobgood of the U.S. is airborne during the third round of the Billabong Pro surfing tournament on the legendary reef break in Teahupoo, Tahiti, May 14, 2008. REUTERS/Joseba Etxaburu (FRENCH POLYNESIA) 
TAHITI/
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May 15, 2008 
Surfers look at the rainbow as they wait for waves during the third round of the Billabong Pro surfing... 
TEHAUPOO, French Polynesia 
Surfers look at rainbow during third round of Billabong Pro surfing tournament on the legendary reef... 
Surfers look at the rainbow as they wait for waves during the third round of the Billabong Pro surfing tournament on the legendary reef break in Teahupoo, Tahiti, May 14, 2008. REUTERS/Joseba Etxaburu (FRENCH POLYNESIA) 
TAIWAN/
RTR1PJ3Z 
May 10, 2007 
A goat walks on top of a concrete breakwater at Lanyu or Orchid Island, about 65 km (40 miles) from Taiwan's... 
LANYU, Taiwan 
Goat walks on top of a concrete breakwater at Lanyu or Orchid Island in Taiwan 
A goat walks on top of a concrete breakwater at Lanyu or Orchid Island, about 65 km (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung, May 10, 2007. Goats roam freely around Lanyu Island. Lanyu is the home of the aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent known as Yami. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, lived as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
RTR1PJ3U 
May 10, 2007 
A goat walks towards another goat resting on top of a concrete breakwater at Lanyu or Orchid Island,... 
LANYU, Taiwan 
Goat walks on top of a concrete breakwater at Lanyu or Orchid Island in Taiwan 
A goat walks towards another goat resting on top of a concrete breakwater at Lanyu or Orchid Island, about 65 km (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung, May 10, 2007. Goats and pigs roam freely around Lanyu Island. Lanyu is home to the aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent known as Yami. The tribe, who speaks their own distinct tribal tongue, lived as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
RTR1PJ3R 
May 10, 2007 
A Yami native walks towards his traditional boat locally called "tatala" at Lanyu or Orchid Island, about... 
LANYU, Taiwan 
Yami native walks towards traditional boat at Lanyu Island in Taiwan 
A Yami native walks towards his traditional boat locally called "tatala" at Lanyu or Orchid Island, about 65 km (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung, May 10, 2007. Yami, who prefer to be called "Tao", is an aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
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May 10, 2007 
Yami residents rest before fishing, as goats walk on top of a concrete breakwater at Lanyu or Orchid... 
LANYU, Taiwan 
Yami residents rest before fishing at Lanyu Island in Taiwan 
Yami residents rest before fishing, as goats walk on top of a concrete breakwater at Lanyu or Orchid Island, about 65 km (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung, May 10, 2007. Lanyu is the home of the aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent known as Yami. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, lived as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
RTR1PJ3G 
May 10, 2007 
Visitors on board a ferry look at Lanyu or Orchid Island, about 65 km (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern... 
LANYU, Taiwan 
Visitors on board a ferry look at Lanyu Island in Taiwan 
Visitors on board a ferry look at Lanyu or Orchid Island, about 65 km (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung, May 9, 2007. Lanyu is the home of the aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent known as Yami. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, lived as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
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May 10, 2007 
Fish eyeballs and roe, a local delicacy, are pictured in Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles)... 
LANYU, Taiwan 
Fish eyeballs and roe, local delicacy, are pictured in Lanyu or Orchid Island 
Fish eyeballs and roe, a local delicacy, are pictured in Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung May 9, 2007. The eyeballs and roe are eaten raw and are fondly referred to as "sashimi" dipped in wasabi. Yami, who prefer to be called "Tao", is an aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
RTR1PIZX 
May 10, 2007 
A Yami man smokes as he collects dried fish at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from... 
LANYU, Taiwan 
Yami man smokes as he collects dried fish at Lanyu or Orchid Island 
A Yami man smokes as he collects dried fish at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung May 9, 2007. Yami, who prefer to be called "Tao", is an aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
RTR1PIZW 
May 10, 2007 
Yami fishermen prepare their catch at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's... 
LANYU, Taiwan 
Yami fishermen prepare their catch at Lanyu or Orchid Island near Taitung 
Yami fishermen prepare their catch at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung May 9, 2007. Yami, who prefer to be called "Tao", is an aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
RTR1PIZM 
May 10, 2007 
Visitors on board a ferry look at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern... 
LANYU, Taiwan 
Visitors on board a ferry look at Lanyu or Orchid Island 
Visitors on board a ferry look at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung May 9, 2007. Lanyu is home to the aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent known as Yami. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
RTR1PIZK 
May 10, 2007 
A Yami woman prepares fish for drying at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's... 
LANYU, Taiwan 
Yami woman prepares fish for drying at Lanyu or Orchid Island 
A Yami woman prepares fish for drying at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung May 9, 2007. Yami, who prefer to be called "Tao", is an aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
RTR1PIZF 
May 10, 2007 
A dog walks past newly-caught fish at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's... 
LANYU, Taiwan 
Dog walks past newly-caught fish at Lanyu or Orchid Island 
A dog walks past newly-caught fish at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung May 9, 2007. Lanyu is home to the aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent known as Yami. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
RTR1PIZD 
May 10, 2007 
A Yami woman prepares fish for drying at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's... 
LANYU, Taiwan 
Yami woman prepares fish for drying at Lanyu or Orchid Island 
A Yami woman prepares fish for drying at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung May 9, 2007. Yami, who prefer to be called "Tao", is an aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
RTR1PIZB 
May 10, 2007 
Yami fishermen prepare their catch at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's... 
LANYU, Taiwan 
Yami fishermen prepare their catch at Lanyu or Orchid Island near Taitung 
Yami fishermen prepare their catch at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung May 9, 2007. Yami, who prefer to be called "Tao", is an aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
RTR1PIWN 
May 10, 2007 
A Yami native cleans his fishing net beside his traditional boat known locally as a "tatala" at Lanyu,... 
LANYU, Taiwan 
Yami native cleans his fish net beside his traditional boat at Lanyu or Orchid Island 
A Yami native cleans his fishing net beside his traditional boat known locally as a "tatala" at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 km (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung, May 9, 2007. Yami, who prefer to be called "Tao", is an aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
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May 10, 2007 
A boy plays on a concrete breakwater at Lanyu or Orchid Island about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's... 
LANYU, Taiwan 
Boy plays on concrete breakwater at Lanyu or Orchid Island 
A boy plays on a concrete breakwater at Lanyu or Orchid Island about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung May 9, 2007. Lanyu is home to the aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent known as Yami. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
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May 10, 2007 
Yami fishermen prepare their catch at Lanyu or Orchid Island about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern... 
LANYU, Taiwan 
Yami fishermen prepare their catch at Lanyu or Orchid Island near Taitung 
Yami fishermen prepare their catch at Lanyu or Orchid Island about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung May 9, 2007. Yami, who prefer to be called "Tao", is an aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
RTR1PIW0 
May 10, 2007 
Shyaman Vengayen, a Yami native, dries salted fish at Lanyu or Orchid Island about 65 km (40 miles) from... 
LANYU, Taiwan 
Vengayen, a Yami native, dries salted fish at Lanyu or Orchid Island about 65 km from Taiwan's southeastern... 
Shyaman Vengayen, a Yami native, dries salted fish at Lanyu or Orchid Island about 65 km (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung, May 9, 2007. Yami, who prefers to be called "Tao", is an aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
USA
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April 30, 2006 
Dancers from Te Hokioi of Laie, Hawaii compete in the 7th Annual Whakataetae Maori Song and Dance Competition... 
Laie, USA 
Dancers from Te Hokioi of Laie, Hawaii compete in the 7th Annual Whakataetae Maori Song and Dance Co..... 
Dancers from Te Hokioi of Laie, Hawaii compete in the 7th Annual Whakataetae Maori Song and Dance Competition at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie, Hawaii April 29, 2006. 
HAWAII
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April 30, 2006 
Dancers from Te Hokioi of Laie, Hawaii compete in the 7th Annual Whakataetae Maori Song and Dance Competition... 
Laie, USA 
Dancers from Te Hokioi of Laie compete in Whakataetae Maori Song and Dance Competition at Polynesian... 
Dancers from Te Hokioi of Laie, Hawaii compete in the 7th Annual Whakataetae Maori Song and Dance Competition at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie, Hawaii April 29, 2006. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni 
HAWAII
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April 30, 2006 
Dancers from Te Hokioi of Laie, Hawaii compete in the 7th Annual Whakataetae Maori Song and Dance Competition... 
Laie, USA 
Dancers from Te Hokioi of Laie compete in Whakataetae Maori Song and Dance Competition at Polynesian... 
Dancers from Te Hokioi of Laie, Hawaii compete in the 7th Annual Whakataetae Maori Song and Dance Competition at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie, Hawaii April 29, 2006. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni 
LEISURE HYDROGEN
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March 14, 2006 
President of Tahiti Oscar Temaru (L) donates an antique Polynesian war weapon to secretary of California's... 
Long Beach, UNITED STATES 
President of Tahiti Temaru donates Polynesian war weapon to secretary of California's Environmental Protection... 
President of Tahiti Oscar Temaru (L) donates an antique Polynesian war weapon to secretary of California's Environmental Protection Agency Terry Tamminen at the National Hydrogen Association's (NHA) annual convention in Long Beach, California March 13, 2006. The NHA promotes and supports the transition to hydrogen as an alternative energy source. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
LEISURE HYDROGEN
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March 14, 2006 
President of Tahiti Oscar Temaru (L) donates an antique Polynesian war weapon to secretary of California's... 
Long Beach, UNITED STATES 
President of Tahiti Temaru donates Polynesian war weapon to secretary of California's Environmental Protection... 
President of Tahiti Oscar Temaru (L) donates an antique Polynesian war weapon to secretary of California's Environmental Protection Agency Terry Tamminen at the National Hydrogen Association's (NHA) annual convention in Long Beach, California March 13, 2006. The NHA promotes and supports the transition to hydrogen as an alternative energy source. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
HAWAII DREAM VACATION
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May 27, 2005 
Dancers use traditional pacific island dancing sticks at the Polynesian Cultural in Kahuku, Hawaii, May... 
Honolulu, UNITED STATES 
Hawaii tops in dream vacation poll. 
Dancers use traditional pacific island dancing sticks at the Polynesian Cultural in Kahuku, Hawaii, May 27, 2005. Hawaii has been voted the top spot in a recent dream vacation poll. Americans picked Hawaii as the most desirable vacation area if money were no object. PHOTO TAKEN MAY 27 REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni LP 
WORLD FIREKNIFE CHAMPION
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May 14, 2005 
Brandon OFueO Maneafaiga, balances two flaming knifes during the 13th Annual World Fireknife Championship... 
Laie, United Kingdom 
Brandon OFueO Maneafaiga, balances two flaming knifes during the 13th Annual World Fireknife ... 
Brandon OFueO Maneafaiga, balances two flaming knifes during the 13th Annual World Fireknife Championship at the Polynesian Cultural Centre in Laie, Hawaii. Brandon OFueO Maneafaiga, 23, of Waianae, Hawaii balances two flaming knifes during the 13th Annual World Fireknife Championship at the Polynesian Cultural Centre in Laie, Hawaii, May 14, 2005. The annual competition drew nearly 8.000 spectators over the course of the three day event with participants from all over the world. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni 
AUSTRALIA
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July 03, 2004 
TATTOOED WARRIOR PERFORMS POLYNESIAN WAR DANCE AT START OF RUGBY TEST BETWEEN PACIFIC ISLANDERS AND AUSTRALIA... 
Adelaide, Australia 
TATTOOED WARRIOR PERFORMS POLYNESIAN WAR DANCE AT START OF RUGBY TEST BETWEEN PACIFIC ISLANDERS ... 
TATTOOED WARRIOR PERFORMS POLYNESIAN WAR DANCE AT START OF RUGBY TEST BETWEEN PACIFIC ISLANDERS AND AUSTRALIA IN ADELAIDE. A tattooed warrior performs the 'Cibi Tau' or polynesian war dance surrounded by Pacific Islander rugby players at the start of the rugby test match between Australia and the Pacific Islanders in Adelaide July 3, 2004. The Pacific Islanders are a composite team made up of players from Fiji, Tonga and Samoa. REUTERS/Will Burgess 
RUGBY
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June 25, 2004 
A traditionally dressed and tattooed Polynesian warrior performs a war dance with the rugby team of Pacific... 
Sydney, Australia 
A traditionally dressed and tattooed Polynesian warrior performs a war dance with the rugby team of ..... 
A traditionally dressed and tattooed Polynesian warrior performs a war dance with the rugby team of Pacific Islanders before the start of their match against the New South Wales Warratahs in Sydney June 25, 2004. [The Pacific Islanders are made up of players from Fiji, Tonga and Samoa who defeated the Warratahs 68-21.] 
RUGBY
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June 25, 2004 
A traditionally dressed and tattooed Polynesian warrior performs a war dance with the rugby team of Pacific... 
Sydney, Australia 
A traditionally dressed and tattooed Polynesian warrior performs a war dance with the rugby team of ..... 
A traditionally dressed and tattooed Polynesian warrior performs a war dance with the rugby team of Pacific Islanders before the start of their match against the New South Wales Warratahs in Sydney June 25, 2004. [The Pacific Islanders are made up of players from Fiji, Tonga and Samoa and defeated the Warratahs 68-21.] 
WB
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June 25, 2004 
TRADITONALLY DRESSED AND TATTOOED WARRIOR PERFORMS WAR DANCE AT START OF RUGBY MATCH BETEWEEN PACIFIC... 
Sydney, Australia 
TRADITONALLY DRESSED AND TATTOOED WARRIOR PERFORMS WAR DANCE AT START OF RUGBY MATCH BETEWEEN ... 
TRADITONALLY DRESSED AND TATTOOED WARRIOR PERFORMS WAR DANCE AT START OF RUGBY MATCH BETEWEEN PACIFIC ISLANDERS AND NEW SOUTH WALES IN SYDNEY. A traditionally dressed and tattooed Polynesian warrior performs a war dance with the rugby team of Pacific Islanders before the start of their match against the New South Wales Warratahs in Sydney June 25, 2004. The Pacific Islanders are made up of players from Fiji, Tonga and Samoa who defeated the Warratahs 68-21. REUTERS/Will Burgess 
AUSTRALIA
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June 25, 2004 
TRADITONALLY DRESSED AND TATTOOED WARRIOR PERFORMS WAR DANCE AT START OF RUGBY MATCH BETEWEEN PACIFIC... 
Sydney, Australia 
TRADITONALLY DRESSED AND TATTOOED WARRIOR PERFORMS WAR DANCE AT START OF RUGBY MATCH BETEWEEN ... 
TRADITONALLY DRESSED AND TATTOOED WARRIOR PERFORMS WAR DANCE AT START OF RUGBY MATCH BETEWEEN PACIFIC ISLANDERS AND NEW SOUTH WALES IN SYDNEY. A traditionally dressed and tattooed Polynesian warrior performs a war dance with the rugby team of Pacific Islanders before the start of their match against the New South Wales Warratahs in Sydney June 25, 2004. The Pacific Islanders are made up of players from Fiji, Tonga and Samoa and defeated the Warratahs 68-21. REUTERS/Will Burgess 
HAWAII
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May 17, 2004 
Vaine Wapa, 11, of the Cook Islands, performs her traditional Rarotongan hula on Waikiki Beach in Honolulu,... 
Honolulu, United States of America 
COOK ISLANDS DANCERS VISIT HAWAII. 
Vaine Wapa, 11, of the Cook Islands, performs her traditional Rarotongan hula on Waikiki Beach in Honolulu, Hawaii, May 17, 2004. Wapa was performing with her Rarotongan Dance troup, Tamariki Manuia, during their sunset torchlighing performance. The 27 member group, with five musicians and 12 dancers, performs music dances and songs with traditional drums. The group was in Oahu to perform in the Polynesian Cultural Center's annual Fireknife Competition. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni LP/HB 
HAWAII
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May 17, 2004 
Maraeura Peyroux, 15 of the Cook Islands, peers out from under her Kiriau hat while waiting to preform... 
Honolulu, United States of America 
COOK ISLANDS DANCERS VISIT HAWAII. 
Maraeura Peyroux, 15 of the Cook Islands, peers out from under her Kiriau hat while waiting to preform a traditional Rarotongan hula, on Waikiki Beach in Honolulu, Hawaii, May 17, 2004. Peyroux was waiting for her Rarotongan Dance troupe, Tamariki Manuia, to start their sunset torchlighing performance. The 27 member group, with five musicians and 12 dancers, performs music dances and songs with traditional drums. The group was in Oahu to perform in the Polynesian cultural Center's annual Fireknife Competition. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni LP/HB 
HAWAII
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May 13, 2004 
Samson Kamekona L. Gomes-Hoohuli of Nanakuli, Hawaii participates in the 12th Annual World Fireknife... 
Laie 
HAWAIIAN MAN PARTICIPATES IN 12TH ANNUAL WORLD FIREKNIFE CHAMPIONSHIPS IN LAIE. 
Samson Kamekona L. Gomes-Hoohuli of Nanakuli, Hawaii participates in the 12th Annual World Fireknife Championships, at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie, Hawaii, late May 13, 2004. The preformances are judged on qualities such as speed, showmanship and warrior presentation. Blades on the single stick must measure 37 inches while two stick presentations can be on 35 inches long. 23 international contestants are competing for the senior men's title. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni LP/GN 
HAWAII
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May 13, 2004 
Tamaroura Bobb of Laie, Hawaii participates in the 12th Annual World Fireknife Championships, at the... 
Laie 
HAWAIIAN MAN PARTICIPATES IN 12TH ANNUAL WORLD FIREKNIFE CHAMPIONSHIPS IN LAIE. 
Tamaroura Bobb of Laie, Hawaii participates in the 12th Annual World Fireknife Championships, at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie, Hawaii, late May 13, 2004. The preformances are judged on qualities such as speed, showmanship and warrior presentation. Blades on the single stick must measure 37 inches while two stick presentations can be on 35 inches long. 23 international contestants are competing for the senior men's title. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni LP/GN 
FRANCE
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January 19, 2004 
Left to right: George Shackelford of the Museum of Fine Arts of Boston,
French Polynesian government... 
Paris, France (French Republic) 
FRENCH PRESIDENT JACQUES CHIRAC VISITS THE GAUGUIN EXHIBITION IN PARIS. 
Left to right: George Shackelford of the Museum of Fine Arts of Boston,
French Polynesian government Culture Minister Louise Peltzer, French
President Jacques Chirac, French Culture minister Jean-Jacque Aillagon
speak together as they visit the Gaugin exhibition in Paris, September
30, 2003. The exhibition will open on october 3, 2003 and run untill
January 19, 2004. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer/Pool

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FRANCE
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January 19, 2004 
Left to right: George Shackelford and Malcolm Rogers of the Museum of
Fine Arts of Boston, French Polynesian... 
Paris, France (French Republic) 
FRENCH PRESIDENT JACQUES CHIRAC VISITS THE GAUGUIN EXHIBITION IN PARIS. 
Left to right: George Shackelford and Malcolm Rogers of the Museum of
Fine Arts of Boston, French Polynesian government Culture Minister
Louise Peltzer, French President Jacques Chirac, President of the
government of French Polynesia Gaston Flosse, French president'wife
Bernadette Chirac, LVMH luxury goods group head Bernard Arnault and his
wife Helene pose in front of Paul Gauguin's painting " Ou allons nous
..." ( where are we going ) as they visit the Gaugin exhibition in
Paris, September 30, 2003. The exhibition will open on october 3, 2003
and run untill January 19, 2004. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer

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PACIFIC SANTA
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December 24, 2003 
Santa Claus, aka Gene DiCicco, flanked by two Polynesian dancers instead of elves makes a big entrance... 
Honolulu 
SANTA ARRIVES AT WAIKIKI ON CHRISTMAS EVE. 
Santa Claus, aka Gene DiCicco, flanked by two Polynesian dancers instead of elves makes a big entrance as he walks in boardshorts and in barefoot after arriving by outrigger canoe on Waikiki Beach at the Halekulani Hotel on Christmas Eve in Honolulu, December 24, 2003. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni LP/HK 
PACIFIC SANTA
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December 24, 2003 
Santa Claus, aka Gene DiCicco, makes a big splash as he arrives on Waikiki Beach in an outrigger canoe... 
Honolulu 
SANTA SAILS INTO WAIKIKI ON CHRISTMAS EVE. 
Santa Claus, aka Gene DiCicco, makes a big splash as he arrives on Waikiki Beach in an outrigger canoe without sleigh and reindeer in Honolulu, Hawaii on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2003. Early Polynesians designed the outrigger canoe which is now raced as the official state sport. It is widely popular recreation item seen everywhere around the islands but only recently used by Santa. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni LP/HK 
FRANCE
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July 28, 2003 
FRENCH PRESIDENT JACQUES CHIRAC LEAVES PAPEETE STADIUM AFTER ATTENDING
A SHOW ON POLYNESIAN DANCES. 
Papeete, French Polynesia 
FRENCH PRESIDENT JACQUES CHIRAC LEAVES PAPEETE STADIUM AFTER ATTENDING
A SHOW ON ... 
FRENCH PRESIDENT JACQUES CHIRAC LEAVES PAPEETE STADIUM AFTER ATTENDING
A SHOW ON POLYNESIAN DANCES. 
FRENCH POLYNESIA
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July 27, 2003 
French President Jacques Chirac listens to a speech at the French Polynesian government seat in Papeete,... 
Papeete, France 
French President Jacques Chirac listens to a speech at the French Polynesian government seat in Pape..... 
French President Jacques Chirac listens to a speech at the French Polynesian government seat in Papeete, French Polynesia, July 26, 2003. Chirac is in Papeete on the second day of his four-day official in French Polynesia. 
CHIRAC
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July 27, 2003 
French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches at the French Polynesian government seat in Papeete,... 
Papeete, France 
French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches at the French Polynesian government seat in Pape..... 
French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches at the French Polynesian government seat in Papeete, French Polynesia, July 26, 2003. Chirac is in Papeete on the second day of his four-day official visit to French Polynesia. 
FRANCE
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July 26, 2003 
French President Jacques Chirac listens to a speech at the French
Polynesian government seat in Papeete,... 
Papeete, French Polynesia 
FRENCH PRESIDENT JACQUES CHIRAC LISTENS TO SPEECH IN TAHITI. 
French President Jacques Chirac listens to a speech at the French
Polynesian government seat in Papeete, French Polynesia, July 26, 2003.
Chirac is in Papeete on the second day of his four-day official in
French Polynesia. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer

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FRANCE
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July 26, 2003 
French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches at the French
Polynesian government seat in Papeete,... 
Papeete, French Polynesia 
FRENCH PRESIDENT JACQUES CHIRAC LISTENS TO SPEECH DURING VISIT TO
PAPEETE. 
French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches at the French
Polynesian government seat in Papeete, French Polynesia, July 26, 2003.
Chirac is in Papeete on the second day of his four-day official visit
to French Polynesia. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer

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FRANCE
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July 26, 2003 
FRENCH PRESIDENT JACQUES CHIRAC AND HIS WIFE BERNADETTE ARRIVE IN THE
FRENCH POLYNESIAN CITY OF PAPEETE.... 
Papeete, French Polynesia 
FRENCH PRESIDENT JACQUES CHIRAC AND HIS WIFE BERNADETTE ARRIVE IN THE
FRENCH POLYNESIAN ... 
FRENCH PRESIDENT JACQUES CHIRAC AND HIS WIFE BERNADETTE ARRIVE IN THE
FRENCH POLYNESIAN CITY OF PAPEETE. 
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