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Tag: cultural heritage

Vaanin: A Cleaner Look

The Vaanin k’Intaki, a feature of the Intaki Liberation Front Galnet portal since YC113, is a highly detailed and informative document produced originally by Sanjorel Epsulahm Artabanus in an effort to raise awareness of Modern Classic Intaki, the language in use by many Intaki natives and those who live throughout the sovereignty colonies.

The Vaanin k’Intaki has undergone an extensive update. Qualified experts have worked hard over the last three months to improve legibility and readability so interested parties in New Eden will have an overall improved experience while studying and learning this language.

To view the updated document, simply visit the Vaanin k’Intaki: Speech of the Intaki page and click the book’s cover image.

Calls Made for Repatriation of Intaki Diaspora

Leaders of the Intaki Liberation Front announced today their campaign to battle Intaki diaspora, an issue the group feels is one of the principal challenges facing Intaki culture today.

“At the founding of the Gallente Federation, the Intaki people were considered to be a ‘primitive’ race,” said Suresha Saxon Hawke, ILF’s leader. “In the centuries since, we have proven ourselves more than capable of plying the space lanes of the universe.”

Intaki Spiritual Leader to Resign Caille Position

SINQ LAISON – Intaki spiritual leader Vremaja Idama has resigned from his lecturing position at the University of Caille in the schools of History, Philosophy and Politics.

The resignation, coming just a few weeks after his hiring last March, was reportedly closely related to Mr. Vremaja’s displeasure with the Federation government’s lack of support for Intaki culture and citizens. In his own words, “as an Idama [Intaki for “Most Holy”], I made a vow to be an example to my people. I can no longer in good conscience allow myself to be associated with an administration which knowingly neglects a significant portion of its citizens. The [Federation’s] Government is there to serve its people, not the other way around.” Mr. Vremaja made no comment about his future, although a return to Intaki Prime is rumored by the majority of the University’s Intaki students.