Who would have thought that a simple abaniko or hand-held fan could convey one’s thoughts and emotions? Hayley explains the history and meaning of the abaniko.
Librarians share some of their most loved books. First up, Terrisa presents Reeds' Lilliput Dictionary Maori. Reeds' Lilliput Dictionary Maori was part of
Side show staff, from left, Murray Pickup, Brent Parahi, Peter Beck and Carol Pickup, walking Indian bonnet macaque monkeys at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show. 10 November 1981
Marking 75 years since the end of World War Two, and the liberation of the Nazi death camps. With recommended resources about the Holocaust and anti-semitism.
Korean Day is a one-day event designed to share and enjoy Korean culture with the local people of Christchurch. Kowoon recommends Korean resources at the library.
The Fairy Godmother of all Pantos Cinderella comes to life for Christmas. It's all go for a festival of pantomime fun, as slapstick, story and laughter takes ov