Traditional Hawaiian Musical Instruments

Traditional Hawaiian Musical Instruments

Traditional Hawaiian Musical Instruments Music has been a central part of Hawaiian history and culture since ancient times, and it remains at the forefront today. It is the perfect reflection of the Hawaiian people, and its melodic expression evokes the spirit of the...
Hula Yesterday and Today

Hula Yesterday and Today

Hula Yesterday and Today In many world cultures, the storyteller is sacred. The hula dancer is a storyteller. Hula is not just a dance; it’s a form of communication. Hula tells a story through the interaction of body language, music, and the dancer’s...
How the Locals Luau

How the Locals Luau

How the Locals Luau The tradition of a luau as a social gathering meant to unite people remains a part of the local culture in Hawaii. The modern luau has a few differences from the luaus of the past, but significant elements remain the same. Let’s take a look...

Poi: Hawaii’s Most Iconic Dish

Poi: Hawaii’s Most Iconic Dish Taro was a staple of the ancient Hawaiian diet in the way corn was a staple in many parts of the Americas. Taro was so important to the Hawaiians that they considered it to be the older brother of the human race! From the earliest...
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