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As a Chinese/European/American married to a Samoan, arts student Tessa Ma'auga is a celebration of diversity and it was an embracing of culture that led her to take on the Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts (BMVA) at Massey University
In the first half of an epic two-part finale, Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno, Kenshin journeys to Kyoto where unrest is brewing.
Massey PhD student Isabel Tait was taught at a school without an agriculture class, but ended up at Massey working with to advance the agriculture sector wit some of the biggest companies in New Zealand.