Gu ba Rung.gai
Available September 1
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people please note that this video may contain names, images and voices of people who have passed away.

Gu ba Rung.gai

This is a video about how to get Rung.gai (water potato) and eat it, narrated in Kriol.

Join local kids and community members from Jilkminggan in the Northern Territory as they go looking for Rung-gai (water potato), and show you how to find, cook and eat it. Narrated in Kriol by Josie Lardy.


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