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New Zealand Culture
New Zealand has a clean natural and untouched environment. The snow covered Southern Alps and glacial formed lakes and fiords provide spectacular scenery. New Zealand tourism industry focuses largely upon the natural environment. Visitors often comment on New Zealand culture as being friendly and their
welcoming attitudes, which may stem from a fairly small population living, by world standards, in good quality housing, in small cities that are not yet affected to a large amount of congestion or widespread crime, and with easy access to a superb natural environment New Zealanders also like to travel abroad extensively. There are some social distinctions based on wealth, occupation and race, but there is no class difference system in New Zealand.
One of the dances is a war dance called the Haka, performed by men . Eyes and tongues protrude in a threatening and gesture of defiance.
New Zealanders take pride in their history of social reform. The first country in the world to allow woman to vote in 1893, New Zealand established compulsory, free schooling by 1877, and by 1938 a free health system and a liberal social welfare structure. No sport has such an effect on New Zealanders life as rugby union . Imported from England in the 1870’s, the sport was taken up with alacrity by New Zealanders especially Maoris and recently Polynesian islanders. The standard beaters for rugby are the famous All Blacks a name that is widely synonymous with rugby.