Locals in Manus staged a two-day show recently to remind the next generation of the divine culture and heritage of Manus.
Held in the provincial capital, Lorengau, the show saw different dancers from around the mainland and islands performing different dances and showcasing artifacts and traditional lifestyle.
Many say, with modernisation taking its place within the society, unique traditions must be embraced for the new generation.
Famous for its dancing, beats and customs, the show was to remind the next generation of Manus their heritage and ways of living by their ancestors.
Many believe the Manus way of living is unique, and must be passed to its next generation.
Locals say the province will be the next destination, referred to as the next tourism hot spot in Papua New Guinea.
The mini show was organised by the Manus Island Tourism Association, and Manus Provincial Government.