A traditional New Zealand war cry is performed to mourn the death of former All Blacks player, Jonah Lomu. BY BERKELEY LOH It was this time, last year, that 8,000 people stood in the stands of New Zealand’s most famous rugby ground at Eden Park to mourn the death of former All Blacks winger, Jonah Lomu. On November 18th, 2015, Lomu unexpectedly died in Auckland, New Zealand – where he called home. And his memorial service was nothing short of familiar to his Polynesian roots. As Lomu’s coffin made its way through the stadium by pallbearers, a traditional haka was...