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The Maori tribal people trace their ancestral roots about a thousand years ago to a legendary island named Hawaiki. It is said they traveled a great distance to Aotearoa (New Zealand) in 40 waka canoes.
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BUDGET FOR TAP ROOT CULTURAL EXCHANGE

The Tap Root Cultural Exchange Program organizers have a total budget of US $130,356 (NT 4,041,036). The costs are based on a group of 14 people during the tour dates of December 3-17, 2013.

Pre-Production (April 2012 - December 2013)

Pre-Production Subtotal: US $75,433 (NT 2,338,423)
SECURED $58,162 (NT 1,803,022)
NEEDED $17,271 (NT 535,401)


Production (December 3-17, 2013)

Guest Speakers

Interpreters

Production Subtotal: US $38,423 (NT 1,191,113)
SECURED $8,468 (NT 262,508)
NEEDED $29,955 (NT 928,605)


Post-Production (December 18, 2013 - March 15, 2014)

Post-Production Subtotal: US $16,500 (NT 511,500)
SECURED $0 (NT 0)
NEEDED $16,500 (NT 511,500)


Total: US $130,356 (NT 4,041,036)
SECURED $66,630 (NT 2,065,530)
NEEDED $63,726 (NT 1,975,506)


Going Rates

This budget was calculated by using the following rates.

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