This has never happened before: Orini Kaibara is the first journalist who has been allowed to give a face tattoo in prime time.
This show recently made headlines: a journalist in New Zealand was allowed to get her face tattoos done in prime time. “This is for all of us,” Orini Kaibara commented on her general appearance and wearing the tattoo with pride. “I am proud of what I have achieved,” the journalist said. “It is definitely a step forward.”
It is considered a landmark that the 37-year-old was allowed to read the news on a New Zealand show with her distinctive Maori tattoo. The journalist jumped into star presenters and managed to edit the late-night news, as reported by several media outlets. I got the tattoo in 2017 when I found out through a DNA test that it was one hundred percent Maori.
Tattoos have a long tradition and, depending on the idea, have a special meaning. A chin tattoo is a sign of transition from a girl to a woman.
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