About Hana Hou!
Vol. 20, no. 3
It was an opera, sung by teenagers, in Hawaiian — and Scotland loved it
A Love Extreme
Watermen and women at the Bora Bora Ironmana compete in grueling ocean challenges to find out just what they’re made of
The people of Taumako, Solomon Islands are working to revive their ancient voyaging traditions
Electronics wiz Charlie Holdaway’s technology is literally blowing up
Auntie Louise’s sturdy legacy endures at Tahiti Nui
R. Kikuo Johnson’s art has covered everything from Hawaiian mythology to the New Yorker magazine
Marcie and Ray Dela Cruz were trying for one. They got five.
Steeped in history, artist Brook Kapukuniahi Parker paints the chiefs, warriors and battles of ancient Hawai‘i
Though tiny, Hawai‘i’s “micromoths” are part of an epic story that spans millions of years
Frozen dolphins, sea turtles and hula dancers were once a mainstay on Island buffet tables; today only a handful of artists carry on the practice of ice sculpting
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