Traditional carvings out of chopped sea oak trees

The father and son busy carving the oak trees

A father from Tongoa Seaside and his son are currently carving the chopped sea oak trees at the main market in town.

The sea oak trees were chopped down a week ago by the Port Vila City Council. A lot of people brought their frustrations to the social media and questioned why those trees were chopped down.

Daily Post is informed that the two carvers would be carving traditional marks and writings regarding the information about the trees and their significance would be placed in a protected glass for people to read and know the history and purpose of why the sea oak trees were planted.

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