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Sepik Carvings on display in Brisbane

Ten Sepik carvers left for Australia on Wednesday. They are in Brisbane to participate in the 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary art. 

As of 2013 all elementary schools that have been practicing this have been directed to use English as the means of communication.

Education Minister, Paru Ahi informed parliament of the change on Thursday, 22nd November.

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