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Mission: Hula is uniquely Hawaiian. It is Hawaii's gift to the world. Therefore Hula is an honor to do as we share the beauty of hula in its entirety to na keiki, na wahine, na kupuna and others around the world.
First in a series exploring the stories of Hawaiian deities (na kini akua).
This one is dedicated to the Hawaiian deity, Poli'ahu. For our Kia'i, Nā Kūpuna, and all who Aloha aina around the world. Mahalo nunui
Lei nani pua melia
Hula class at the Princess Kai’ulani Hotel Monday. Wonderful time!
Fashion designer Manaola Yap recently appeared on Long Story Short with Leslie Wilcox. Here, he shares his early experience with entrepreneurship when he was 13 years old.
Watch the full episode: https://www.pbshawaii.org/long-story-short-with-leslie-wilcox-manaola-yap/
On this day in 1830, Lot Kapuaiwa, was born. The grandson to Kamehameha I, Kapuaiwa, succeeded his brother Alexander Liholiho (Kamehameha IV) as the reigning monarch of Hawaii. He was educated at the Chief’s Children’s School like other royal children. Lot participated in diplomatic missions abroad and even served as Minister of the Interior. It was the knowledge that he gained through his travels and political career that would help him lead the Hawaiian Kingdom after his brother’s passing.
Lot served as king until his death in 1872.
#OnThisDay in 1855 Curtis P. Iaukea was born in Waimea on the island of Hawaii. Iaukea had a long standing career in politics. During his time, he served under Kings Kamehameha IV and V, King Kalakaua, and Queen Liliuokalani. He served in many capacities during the Kalakaua dynasty. He acted as a representative abroad at the coronation of Czar Alexander III of Russia and even attended the golden and diamond jubilees of Queen Victoria.
Hauoli la hanau Curtis P. Iaukea!
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CULTURE KEEPER | KUʻULEI KEAKEALANI
Do you know the stories of the places surrounding you? Ku‘ulei Keakealani talks about why we must make a connection to our land and pass on its stories.
Ku‘ulei is a Hawaiian poet and storyteller from Kaʻūpūlehu, as well as Ka Pilina Poina ‘Ole Director, incorporating homeland connections and mo‘olelo, in her work to care for the Ka‘ūpūlehu dryland forest.
This is the fifth video in a web series called #CultureKeepers. Created by OHA, Culture Keepers features the work and manaʻo of those who perpetuate Native Hawaiian culture. Follow the Office of Hawaiian Affairs to get more stories such as these and to connect with news and events happening in the Hawaiian community.
More of this interview is included in the Dec. Ka Wai Ola available at www.issuu.com/kawaiola/docs/kwo1217_web/6
#Aina #CultureKeeper #Kona #Kaupulehu
Hawaii has a rich history of cowboys, all played to the tune of a slack-key guitar. No one embodies this culture more than Leabert Lindsey, a fifth generation Hawaiian cowboy.
A new documentary, 'Reflections of Our Queen," by Hawaiʻi filmmaker Edge Lee commemorating the 100th anniversary of Queen Liliʻuokalani's death airs without commercial break tomorrow, November 26, and again on December 10 on KHNL.
“Ho‘oulu Lāhui Aloha”—To Raise a Beloved Nation
Mana is in all of us. With increased connections to culture and each other, each of us grows in mana, we strengthen ourselves, and our lāhui. The Office of Hawaiian Affairs has released a new book called Mana Lāhui Kānaka. It represents a framework to incorporate mana in the 21st century, and is just one tangible representation of our sophisticated identity – who we are as a living culture for the past, present and future.
Tap into YOUR mana by downloading a free copy of Mana Lāhui Kānaka at www.oha.org/mana. #manalahui
[06/06/15] Started with a hula concert on Sunday, classes during the week in Fuji, Shizuoka and onward to Yokohama tomorrow-Sunday for another hula show and classes during the week. Mahalo nui Sensei Leialohamakamae and Haumana for great classes! Malama pono Leialohamakamae--be #1 and ikaika!
[06/03/15] Mahalo nui loa Nagoya Halau and Sensei Laule`a for the good times there! See you again take care!! Love you!
spiritualnetworks.com Flavia Simas's Photo from March 29, 2015: Favorite Feelings Check out our photo gallery.
welivemana.com A shield volcano rising to 13,796 feet, it’s one of the most prominent landforms in Hawaii, but the sacredness of the mauna in Hawaiian culture goes far deeper than its physical features.
I feel very honored to be able to perform with Kuana!!
[12/05/12] New hula classes starting January 2013 in Kaneohe, Kailua and also Japan (Yokohama, Shizuoka, and Nagoya) For more information contact Kumu Nawahine.
[11/15/12] December 1, 2012 Christmas hula show 6:30-7:15pm....Ward Warehouse
November 25, w012
Ala Moana Centerstage 5:00-5:45pm Christmas hula show
from Leialohamakamae, Shizuoka.
Nagoya Hawaii Festival...Ka Hula Hoa...AEON Fuji-Minami SC Hula Show...
2011 was poina'ole year for me!!!
Mahalo Kumu, Kaleo sensei, Laule'a sensei, and all haumana and hula sisters!!
Hau'oli Makahiki Hou 2012!!
TO HALAU HULA 'O NAWAHINE (Hawaii and Japan)
Happy New Year to all of you...Love you all and God bless! Be Safe everyone!!!
[12/19/11] Aloha e Na Alaka'i...I thought of a perfect way to keep up the English language so you don't forget! It's called Scrabble...playing it will keep our mind stimulated and ongoin with the English...Ha-love it!
[12/07/11] When you take time to reflect on your life, when you see all the places you've been, all the storms you weathered, the hard times you survived, the different roads you traveled, the mountains you climbed, the doors that closed, the changes that came unexpectedly, and the trials you endured, it is then you realize how much you've grown; how strong you truly are, how something better came along as new doors opened, that those changes taught you more about who you are, and that having to start at the bottom motivated you to climb to the top. Everything we go through in life has its own lesson and it's when we see "what can be" and not think so much on what could have been, when we seize those opportunities, when we take risks and chances, it's then we see that we truly have come a long way in our lives, that everything we've fought for has been worth it, that every dream can come true when we pursue them, and that yes, life is something beautiful and that you are someone to be celebrated. Never give up on your dreams, listen to your own heart speaking, always believe in yourself, and dare to be every part of you.
[11/21/11] Let us be thankful for the blessings ke 'akua bestows upon us. We are most grateful that we can still do what we love to do. Aloha is given, shared, and comes from the heart.
Listen to great Hawaiian entertainers.
youtube.com Amy Hanaialii and Henry Kapono Duet Waikiki Green Concert
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