Opinion

Girls are a class apart

Written By : Sun Fiji Newsroom. Adi Cakobau School’s most talented students l Best Artist What started out as a hobby for Anja Fritz became an important goal in her
29 May 2008 12:00

image Written By : Sun Fiji Newsroom. Adi Cakobau School’s most talented students

l Best Artist
What started out as a hobby for Anja Fritz became an important goal in her future plans.
Sketching saw the 18 year old relieve some of her stress found in her studies and from missing her family living in Nauru.
“I found sketching fun and once in a while I’d take out a pen and a paper,” she said.
The 18-year-old who is one of the two Nauruan at ACS is a fourth-year boarder and has planned to improve her talent in sketching.
Some of the competitions she participated in were the Saving the Turtles competition, the Tadra Kahani poster in which she was in the top 10 and she won F$50 when she was in form three.
“I usually apply to take part in competitions which have a deep meaning to me and with that I use the best of my abilities to try and present the exact art of what the competition is based on,” she said.
Anja hopes to become a pediatrician in future because of her love for children.

l Best Dancer
Salaseini Kububola’s showed her school, friends and family her quick learner skills were employed in dancing.
The 18-year-old who is also a deputy head girl started dancing at a young age.
As she grew she joined many dance groups ranging from school dance groups to church ones which built her skills and love for dancing. Her interests lie in cultural dances such as the Fijian ‘meke’, African dances and gospel action dance.
“In my leisure time I practice African dances because the moves are different and very lively,” said Salaseini.
Salaseini who hails from Taveuni dances as a form of relaxation apart from her stressing study schedule.
She said her quick learning skills made her adaptable to most dance moves and gave her ideas on how to make up new ones as well.

l Best Singer
The main voice heard during the acapella item performed during the ACS concert night belonged to Vilimaina Kuta. The young lass who hails from Vanua Levu is known among her school mates as the best singer especially in acapella. Acapella shows singers singing without any music background. Vilimaina’s desire to sing has led her to try and participate in many singing competitions such as her Sunday school choir, Christian fellowship programs and school concerts.
“My dream of singing is a part time one because I love singing but more importantly I have to move on with a career in medicine,” she said.
Vilimaina who loves sleeping and singing hopes to join the British Forces as a surgeon because of her keen interest in helping sick and injured people.



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