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Jim Mao Tower
   is in   
Shanghai
China's tallest building and the world's fifth tallest
1980
   the winner was   
From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China
A documentary on how music is the voice of many people in China and the rich traditions music has in the country
Mao Tse-tung
   was born in   
Shao-shan, China
Founded the People’s Republic of China in 1949
White Yunnan Mao Feng
   comes from   
China
1976
   was the year   
Chairman Mao Died
Chairman Mao
   is a character in the song   
"Revolution"
The Beatles
Liu Chunhua
   painted   
Chairman Mao Goes to Anyuan
Oil on canvas, Socialist Realism, 1966; China Construction Bank, Beijing
Andy Warhol
   painted   
Mao
1970; American; acrylic and silk-screen on canvas; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Mao Tse-tung
   features in   
Nixon in China
Tenor
Zu Mao (祖茂)
   was a member of   
Dong Wu
Cao Mao (曹髦)
   was a member of   
Cao Wei
Mao Jie (毛玠)
   was a member of   
Cao Wei
Cai Mao (蔡瑁)
   was a member of   
Cao Wei
Xiahou Mao (夏侯楙)
   was a member of   
Cao Wei
Deng Mao (鄧茂)
   was a member of   
Yellow Turban Rebels
1976
   was the year   
Chairman Mao Died
John Te Rangianiwaniwa Rangihau
   is known as a   
Maori Language Promoter
1919-1987, after 1982, Rangihau became an advisor to the Maori Affairs Department, he encouraged Maori elders to contact their children and grandchildren in prisons and encourage them to return to their families once released, he facilitated research into Maori health
Maori
   for "My name is":   
Ko _____ Toku Ingoa
New Zealand, Cook Islands
Tangaroa
   is the   
Maori God of the Sea
Son of Ranginui and Papatuanuku.
Liam Ó Maonlaí
   has been a vocalist in   
Hothouse Flowers
Ruaumoko
   is the   
Maori God of Volcanoes and Earthquakes
Son of Ranginui and Papatuanuku. Also known as Ruamoko.
Lindsay Armaou
   has been a vocalist in   
B*Witched
Te Rauparaha
   is known as a   
Maori Chief
1760?-1849. Took a leading part in the Musket Wars. He was influential in the original sale of land to the New Zealand Company and was a participant in the Wairau Affray in Marlborough.
Tūmatauenga
   is the   
Maori God of War
Son of Ranginui and Papatuanuku.
Te Rauparaha
   is known as a   
Maori Leader
1760?-1849. Maori chief. Took a leading part in the Musket Wars. He was influential in the original sale of land to the New Zealand Company and was a participant in the Wairau Affray in Marlborough.
Dame Whina Cooper
   is known as a   
Maori Leader
1895-1994. She took a leading role in community activities and her flair and abilities led her to becoming the undisputed Maori leader of the Northen Hokianga by her mid-30s. Founding president of the Màori Women’s Welfare League.
Native People
   in Maori is   
Maori
The Flag of Maori Tino Rangitiratanga, New Zealand
   is   

Rongo
   is the   
Maori God of Cultivated Plants, Kumara and Peace
Son of Ranginui and Papatuanuku. Also god of agriculture. Also known as Rongomatāne and Rongomaraero.
Rad Na, Khao Soi, Pad Kee Mao, Som Tam, Satay
   are all   
Thailand Foods
Thailand
   is the location of   
Khao Chamao - Khao Wong National Park
Uenuku
   is the   
Maori Rainbow God
Maori
   was spoken in   
New Zealand
157,100 people (or 4 percent of the total New Zealand population) could hold a conversation in Māori in 2006, 84% were Māori. The percentage is declining.
Haumiatiketike
   is the   
Maori God of Wild Plants, Uncultivated Food and Fern Roots
Son of Ranginui and Papatuanuku.
Hone Heke
   is known as a   
Maori Leader
1810?-1850. Chief and war leader in New Zealand. He is considered the principal instigator of the Flagstaff War.
Tāwhirimātea
   is the   
Maori God of Winds and Weather
Son of Ranginui and Papatuanuku.
Maolruadhan
   means   
Servant of Saint Ruadhán
(mal-ROO-ahn) Melrone.
Hone Heke
   is known as a   
Maori Chief
1810?-1850. Chief and war leader in New Zealand. He is considered the principal instigator of the Flagstaff War.






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