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  • FVF president Ms Elesi Ketedromo in Nadi last week.
  • Chinese tourists from the cruiseliner Costa Atlantica, Zhao Yunxia and Zhang Le gets a picture taken with Josaia Saudromodromo, left, and Michael Lui Naucukidi dressed in Fijian warriors during their stop-over at the Jacks outlet in Suva on Wednesday, December 14, 2016.
  • Chinese tourists from the cruiseliner Costa Atlantica gets a picture taken with Josaia Saudromodromo, third from left, and Michael Lui Naucukidi dressed in Fijian warriors during their stop-over at the Jacks outlet in Suva on Wednesday, December 14, 2016.
  • Chinese tourists from the cruiseliner Costa Atlantica enjoying their day in Suva on Wednesday, December 14, 2016.
  • Zhang Xue-Wen, with thumbs up, and other Chinese tourists from the cruiseliner Costa Atlantica enjoying the marvelous serenaders during their stop-over at the Jacks outlet in Suva on Wednesday, December 14, 2016.
  • Australia's Britt Kendall in action last week in Nadi.
  • Fiji Black Sally Aitechenson in action against Australia last week.
  • Fiji White Men's team Inia Korowale and Qilu Elliot in action last week.

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