Viseisei Village “Living Life Forwards” Premiere – Gallery
Viseisei is a village in Fiji’s Ba Province. According to tradition, it is the oldest settlement in Fiji, established by Lutunasobasoba when the first Melanesian canoes beached at nearby Vuda Point.
Here are some pictures of the Viseisei Villagers watching “Living Life Forwards”. The reason everyone is in white is that it was Fiji Day (October 10th).
Fiji Day is October 10th and is a double anniversary for the nation. On Fiji Day in 1874, The United Kingdom ceded the nation, and in 1970, Fiji gained its independence from British colonial rule. The day also celebrates the arrival of the missionaries around 1830.