A sing-sing performance, known as laklakau in the Tigak language, by Enuk villagers. Villagers sing and dance to show off their traditional rituals and identity. The sing-sing is performed as a celebration on many occasions, including at the end of a school year, as thanksgiving, or when an important person comes to visit the village. Kavieng, Papua New Guinea, June 2010 . NOT AVAILABLE FOR MAGAZINE USE IN GERMAN-SPEAKING COUNTRIES UNTIL 1ST JULY 2013.