Pari-Pari Fa'i (kakehe; fan) - Aldeia Malai Lada

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Title

Pari-Pari Fa'i (kakehe; fan) - Aldeia Malai Lada

Subject

Regina da Crux koalia konaba no hatudu oinsa atu homan pari-pari uza ai-tali.

Regina da Cruz talks about and demonstrates how to weave pari pari from palm leaves.

Description

TETUM
Kakehe, ka pari-pari, ne'ebé halo husi ai-tali no kaer iha liman, mak uza bainhira sente manas nomos atu ke'e ahi bainhira teen. Pari-pari homan uza ai-tali. Ema uza métodu homan oi-oin, ho dezeñu oi-oin.

ENGLISH
Palm leaf hand-held fan, pari-pari, are used to keep cool and oxygenise fires while cooking. Pari-pari are woven from palm leaf fronds. Various different weaving methods are used, with different formations.

The Fataluku people maintain a strong connection to their rugged forested mountain and coastal landscapes. These landscapes provide important ecological and biodiversity functions that are used by the Fataluku people to weave, make cotton, pottery and handicrafts.

BAHASA INDONESIA
Kipas genggam daun palem, pari-pari, digunakan untuk menjaga dan memberi oksigen kepada api saat memasak. Pari-pari dianyam dari daun palem. Berbagai macam metode anyam berbeda dapat digunakan, dengan beragam formasi. Pari-pari ditemukan di Desa Ioro, sub-distrik Tutala dan Desa Malai Iada, sub-distrik Lautem.

Creator

Many Hands International

Source

Preservation of Endangered Forms of Intangible Fataluku Cultural Expression Project

Date

Recorded 20.12.2012

Rights

Video, photo and text rights: Many Hands International

Language

Fataluku

Coverage

Aldeia Malai Lada, Suku Baduro, Sub-district Lautem.