This is how the locals do it. Simple and effective and they always carry a machete. Viva Timor Leste!
Melbourne Millennium Chorus 2012 Mai Fali Eh! The Melbourne Millennium Chorus is an annual project presented by The Boite. This year the concert was kindly filmed and edited by Change the World. www.changetheworld.com.au Mai Fali Eh means Come Home in Tetum, Timor Leste's most commonly spoken indigenous language. It is the name of a lullaby where a mother calls her children home at sunset. It also beckons those who have left Timor Leste to return. The 2012 Melbourne Millennium Choru
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will try to reassert American interests in the Asia-Pacific region as she kicks off a 6-nation trip to the region. Clinton left Washington on Thursday. Her 11-day tour begins in the remote Cook Islands. On the main island of Rarotonga, she will attend an annual gathering of officials from Australia, New Zealand and the tiny nations scattered across the Pacific Ocean. Following the Post Forum Dialogue of the Pacific Islands Forum, she will travel to Jakart