A Beautiful Place
What is in Fiji?
How to fit in
The don'ts of Fiji
- It is taboo to point at people that are older and considered of higher rank, it means that you are challenging their authority and are breaking a traditional law.
- The chiefly burial ground is not a public place and only special people of each clan in Fiji are ritually appropriate and cleansed before they can enter the sacred ground. it is considered taboo if you enter without permission or the proper rituals. It is said that you will get a terrible, incurable disease.
Subcultures and Culture Changes
Culture Changes: In ancient Fijian times cannibalism was largely practiced until Christianity was introduces where the practice is extremely frowned upon. Religion is also something that has extremely changed throughout the years. It went from believing in Myraid of Gods and spirits to Christianity, Hinduism and Islam.