‘We pray and wait' Diaspora united as eruption cuts off homeland
The Guardian|January 18, 2022
Since the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha‘apai volcano erupted on Saturday, Seini Taumoepeau has barely slept.“I would say I’ve had four hours [of sleep each night] at the most,” says Taumoepeau, a Tongan-Australian artist and activist based in Sydney.
Kate Lyons, Tess McClure

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