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Tongans themselves often have to operate in two different contexts, which they often call anga fakatonga, the traditional Tongan way, and anga fakapālangi, the Western way.
Many Tongans now live overseas, in a Tongan diaspora, and send home remittances to family members (often aged) who prefer to remain in Tonga.
Traditionally, fishing and farming have accounted for the livelihood of a majority of Tongans.
Any description of Tongan culture that limits itself to what Tongans see as anga fakatonga would give a seriously distorted view of what people actually do, in Tonga, or in diaspora, because accommodations are so often made to anga fakapālangi.
The following account tries to give both the idealized and the on-the-ground versions of Tongan culture.
Some old beliefs and habits were thrown away and others adopted.
Some accommodations made in the 19th century and early 20th century are now being challenged by changing Western civilization.