You can feel the massive respect they have for their teacher. #goosebumps
Kudos to these students from New Zealand. They pay respect to a retiring teacher in an incredibly impressing tribute.
When we see the video below we don’t see white or color people . We see one people.
More about the Haka
"Haka –sometimes termed a posture dance could also be described as a chant with actions. There are various forms of haka; some with weapons some without, some have set actions others may be ‘free style.’ Haka is used by Māori (indigenous people of New Zealand) for a myriad of reasons; to challenge or express defiance or contempt, to demonstrate approval or appreciation, to encourage or to discourage, to acknowledge feats and achievements, to welcome, to farewell, as an expression of pride, happiness or sorrow. There is almost no inappropriate occasion for haka; it is an outward display of inner thoughts and emotions. Within the context of an occasion it is abundantly clear which emotion is being expressed." ~ NZ Defence Force
Below you can watch a brief documentary about the Haka.
And this probably is one of the best – and most watched – Hakas performance by the All Blacks rugby team prior to the start of match.