Haka taparahi is a distinctive East Coast form of the haka, performed without weapons and with the left foot remaining in contact with the ground. In this extract from the Māori-language TV series Waka huia, Taina Ngarimu (Ngāti Porou) explains the essential features of the haka taparahi.
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