1. Sacred Mountain - Mauna Kea, Hawaii


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    Stand with us to help save Hawai'i's most sacred mountain - Mauna Kea 'Aole TMT! @ Facebook "Protect Mauna Kea" http://livingoceanproductions.com

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    • The Talk of the Sea


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      The final installation of POW! WOW!'s three part project with Hokulea and the Polynesian Voyaging Society was a mural created by Kamea Hadar and the young artists of the POW! WOW! School of Art…

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      • The cultural significance of the ʻōhiʻa tree


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        Kalena Silva of the University of Hawai‘i Hilo speaks about the significance of the ʻōhiʻa tree to the Hawaiian people. University of Hawaiʻi scientists are working diligently to protect and…

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        • May Day is Lei Day


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          “May Day is Lei Day in Hawai‘i” is a common phrase, said every year on the first day of May. The day and phrase, which were conceptualized in the late 1920s, is symbolic of the rich…

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          • KICKS/HI & Sig Zane for Vans Vault "Mauka to Makai" Release: Talk Story with Sig Zane


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            You Know Where We Stay. Vans Vault recently approached KICKS/HI to do a collection of shoes that represents their unique perspective of Hawai’i, and we responded by creating a unique and limited…

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            • Friends of Kahana


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              Friends of Kahana is a non-profit organization 501c(3) that is located in the Kahana Valley State Park. Established as the only " living park" in the state, families of the valley continue…

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              • Papakū Makawalu Part 1


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                Dr. Pualani Kanahele gives an introduction to Papakū Makawalu, an ancient system of Hawaiian knowledge. Taped on April 24, 2009 in Keauhou, Hawaii. 37 minutes. Part 1 of 2.

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                • Papakū Makawalu Part 2


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                  Dr. Pualani Kanahele completes her talk on Papakū Makawalu, an ancient system of Hawaiian knowledge. Taped on April 24, 2009 in Keauhou, Hawaii. 41 minutes. Part 2 of 2.

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                  • 20-Weaving a Ti-Leaf Lei


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                    Weaving a lei is two skills -- one inside -- thoughtfulness, attention, peace -- and one outside -- craftsmanship, dexterity. The ti-leaf lei is used to honor ali’i and others of high respect. Lei…

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                    • Moku O Keawe "International Festival 2009"


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                      A collection of footage and music filmed at the Moku O keawe International Festival in Waikaloa, Hawaii. Featuring Amy Hanaiali‘i

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