JCM starts the week at the rhythm of Haka

On the occasion of the inauguration of the new facilities, on Monday 13, 2019, JCM workers, guided by a Catalan shaman by name but Maori by heart, put war paintings to dance the haka. With this ritual dance they represented their strength, pride and unity of the tribe.

Here are the lyrics:

Ka mate! Ka mate! Ka ora! Ka ora!
Ka mate! Ka mate! Ka ora! Ka ora!
Tenei te tangata puhuru huru
Nana nei i tiki mai
Whakawhiti te ra
A upa … ne! ka upa … ne!
A upane kaupane whiti te ra!
Hi !!!

The english translation would be:

Dead! Dead! Alive! alive!
Dead! Dead! Alive! alive!
This is the hirsute man *
Who led the sun
And made it shine again
A step up! Another step up!
One step up, another … .. the sun shines!
* For Hirsute or hairy Maori it is brave.

The session ended with a speech from Joan Capdevila full of intentions and a breakfast to regain strength based on juices and coca from Vic.