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Manapua Man

Hawai’i Manapua Man Mea’ono Pua’a Manapua is the Hawaiian version of the Chinese pork filled steamed bun called cha siu bao or char siu bao. The name “manapua” comes from the shortened version of the Hawaiian term used to describe the...

Lei Day Hawai’i

Lei Day is an island wide celebration in Hawai’i A Lei Day celebration first took place in 1927 in Hawai’i. In 1928 a newspaper writer named Don Blanding wrote an article about the Lei Day celebration and that it should be a Hawaiian holiday to celebrate Hawaiian...

Haleakalā National Park

Haleakalā National Park Destination To Paradise: Just over 10,000 feet high, Haleakalā (House Of The Sun) is a dormant shield volcano which forms East Maui. Haleakalā is so massive that it makes up more than 75% of the island of Maui. Haleakalā National Park preserves...

Meadow Gold Hawai’i

Meadow Gold Dairies Hawai'i Island Traditions Meadow Gold Dairies Hawaii – ‘Ohana Since 1897 Made with Aloha. For over 120 years Meadow Gold has provided quality milk, ice cream and juices for generations of Hawaii’s families and communities. In 1897,...

Island Emory HOF

Island Emory E Ho’omaika’i ana “Island Emory” of Little Grass Shack on 91.5 FM Hawaiian Radio Station broadcasting in Las Vegas since 1998, 24 years of Hawaiian Music. Perpetuating the Hawaiian Culture through our Music which tells our mo’olelo (stories, history and...

Diamond Head – Lēʻahi

Lēʻahi – Diamond Head Destination To Paradise The proper Hawaiian name of Diamond Head on O’ahu is Lēʻahi. The volcanic tuff cone of Lēʻahi (translates to: brow of the tuna) derived from lae (browridge) plus ʻahi (tuna) because the shape of the ridgeline...

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