1. Quickie


    from Ian Alcantra / Added

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    Warming up

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    • Aerial Video on Oahu, Hawaii


      from Jonathan Keao / Added

      Aerial video on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. Sky Blue Pictures LLC.

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      • Students hunt for history and culture at heiau


        from University of Hawai'i System / Added

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        A group of anthropology and archaeology students from the University of Hawaii at Manoa are spending every Saturday of the spring 2013 semester participating in the UH Manoa North Shore Archaeological Field School. The students are learning techniques in low impact archaeology at one of the most culturally significant sites on Oahu, the Kupopolo Heiau. Read the full story on the University of Hawaii news site at http://www.hawaii.edu/news/2013/03/19/students-hunt-for-history-and-culture-at-heiau/

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        • Clearing the Wailau Trail in East Molokai


          from Nate Yuen / Added

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          We cleared the historic Wailau Trail that starts near Pūkoʻo on the southeast side of Molokai, climbs to the Kamakou summit ridge, and drops down into Wailau Valley on the remote northern coast of the island.

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          • lipdub (multi-language) -- The Rainbow Prince -- Chapter 5


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            This is chapter 5 from "The Rainbow Prince" , an Experimental Opera made by Brian Delu Fan. It is an anti-war project by lipdubing and dancing with world music. For other chapters, please check on Youtube (The Rainbow Prince by delu Fan). They are bigger than 500mb (the max on Vimeo).

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            • Hoʻokahi


              from jessica caress / Added

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              A journey sometimes begins first in the mind then travels onto a road outside. This is a starting point for me as I seek to gain knowledge about Hawaiiʻs cultural past. In the first episode I am lead to Kāne Aki Heiau in Makaha Valley, Oahu.

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              • Sonja Grace - Spirit Traveler


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                Watch a film trailer by Beyond 50 on "Sonja Grace Spirit Traveler," a documentary on the history of ancient sites and civilizations around the world, based on the intuitive readings by Sonja Grace that challenges what historians believe to be true. For more information, visit www.sonjagrace.com. *Produced and edited by Joy and Daniel Davis of Beyond 50 Productions. **Music entitled "Kingdom of the Faeries"

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                • Sacred Places: Ke‘eku Heiau Restoration, Keahou


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                  Huaka‘i ‘Āina Ho‘oilina: Exploring the Lands that Sustain Us Kamehameha Schools Chapter 6, Sacred Places: Ke‘eku Heiau Restoration, Keahou As a Native Hawaiian trust, Kamehameha Schools is committed to caring for the lands entrusted to us by our founder, Ke Ali‘i Bernice Pauahi Bishop, and the values and principles of our kupuna(ancestors) guide our stewardship practices today. Returns generated by these lands - measured in terms of educational, cultural, environmental, economic and community benefits - are all applied to fulfilling Kamehameha's mission of improving the capability and well-being of the Hawaiian people. And because we know that many in our community share a sense of kuleana(responsibility) for these resources, Kamehameha Schools works collaboratively with other non-profit organizations and individuals to malama(care for) our lands for enjoyment today and for future generations.

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