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|Talofa Lava and Welcome To My Home Page
Hi, my name is Silulu Keleti Otemai. I'm the oldest daughter of Eneliko and Mary Williams Keleti Otemai from the villages of Pago Pago, Nofoali'i, Fagasa, and Saluafata. I would like to share with all of you my life talent in the art of Taupou Art crafts. More specifically in the making of the "Tuiga," also known as the Taupou or the Samoan Princesses Hair Piece. I'll be promoting and marketing the "Tuiga" and hopefully in the future, other Taupou artifacts and instructional video tapes on "Siva Taualuga".
|Miss Hawaii-Samoa 1999-2000 (Meilyn Otemai)
Talofa lava, Malo soifua, My name is Meilyn Leilani Keleti Otemai. I'm the youngest daughter of Eneliko and Mary Keleti Otemai, and the younger sister of Silulu Otemai. I'm so proud and fortunate to have a very talented crafty and created older sister to be very instrumental in my success during my reign as the Miss Hawaii-Samoa (1999-2000) Scholarship Pageant held in Honolulu, Hawaii at the Farrington Auditorium. Her patience and miraculous work on fine details in the art of making "Kuiga," a hobby that she loves to do, her ambitious goal is to created it for the general public in the Samoan Community and throughout the world to see.
|Welcome To My Home Page!
Please let me know what do you think I can make this a better website to look at. Also, if you have a special picture of your family taupou, e-mail it to me or send it to my address which is located on the contact page and I'll post it up. Again, Thank you and Fa'afetai Tele Lava.
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Please feel free to e-mail me if you have any question about the tuigas, photo or just to say hi. Again, fa'afetai lava...soifua.
Please e-mail me photos of your family Taupou and I'll post it up in the Photo gallery. Fa'afetai Lava and Mahalo nui loa.
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