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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...

Edith Kanaka’ole

Aunty Edith Kanakaʻole The Late Edith Kanaka’ole, native Hawaiian dancer, chanter, teacher, and kumu hula will be featured on U.S. quarters along with five other women, as part of the 2023 American Women Quarters project from the U.S. Mint....

Kī Hōʻalu Slack Key

Kī Hōʻalu; Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Uniquely Hawaiian Style Playing Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Kī hōʻalu, Hawaiian slack key is a fingerstyle genre of playing the guitar by picking or plucking instead of strumming. It originated in Hawai’i after Mexican cowboys...

Surf & Turf Hawai’i

Fishing & Hunting In Hawai'i Surf & Turf Hawai'i Surf & Turf Hawai’i Go “Holoholo” – Hanapa’a line or marine vessel (boat) does not require a license. This includes diving and spearfishing and on the water edge picking seaweed or...

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