Rodney Times : November 23rd 2010
6 RODNEY TIMES, NOVEMBER 23, 2010 NEWS Proudly 100% NZ owned and operated and supporting the Community since 1971 www.madbutcher.co.nz Offers valid from Mon 22nd Nov - Sun 28th Nov. All Stores Open 7 Days Fresh Chicken Drumsticks & Maryland Pieces Fresh Boneless Chicken Breasts only10 $ .99 kilo Fresh Chicken Thighs & Wings only5 $ .99 kilo Mad Butcher Tender Breast Fillets Fresh Boneless Skinless Chicken Breastsonly 13 $ .99 kilo only3 $ .99 kilo Mad Butcher Pork Flavoured Sausages Super Savings on Fresh Tegel Chicken only4 $ .99 kilo only10 $ .99 kilo Boneless Chicken Breast Fillets lightly basted to be extra tender, moist & tasty! ENROLLING NOW FOR 2011 Students capture Kiwi dares on film OUR SCHOOLS Kiwi life: KingsWay School students made a DVD A Kiwi Game Show, introducing Japanese students to the New Zealand lifestyle. Student Yong Uk Shin had to eat a kiwifruit in its skin as part of the show. By MICHELE ONG KingsWay School stu- dents' Kiwi version of a Japanese game show earned them runner-up in the JETAA national high school DVD compe- tition. Students Jack Davies, Joshua McIntosh, Tae Woo Lee and Yong Uk Shin produced A Kiwi Game Show, which is a spin on the American version I Survived a Japanese Game Show, where participants com- pete in a series of Japanese-styled games. The aim of the compe- tition was for high school Japanese language stu- dents to produce a DVD for Japanese teenagers to give them a glimpse of Kiwiana. JETAA is an organisation involved in promoting the under- standing of Japan through its activities. In the students' ver- sion, Korean students Tae Woo and Yong Uk undertook a number of New Zealand cultural challenges, with Jack and Joshua as TV hosts. One of the challenges was rounding up sheep, filmed on Jack's family farm using his own flock. There were 30 sheep for both Tae Woo and Yong Uk to round up. My dad knows all about it so he gave them some pointers, like what to do if the sheep turns back on you,'' Jack says. It was the first time for Tae Woo and Yong Uk to herd sheep. I had no techniques at all,'' Yong Uk says. I grabbed a stick and tried chasing them. It was really hard. It was actually Jack's father herding the sheep from behind the camera.'' I was so tired by the end of it,'' he says. Other Kiwi challenges included rolling down the hill at Devonport's North Head, a game of netball -- a sport not played in Japan -- and eating a kiwifruit with its skin on. The KingsWay stu- dents' clip will be included with other prize-winning DVDs to be shown in next year's Japan exchange teaching programme as a teaching resource.
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