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Vol. 14, no. 3
June / July 2011


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Hana Hou!
Vol. 14, no. 3
June / July 2011

Native Intelligence


Falling, diving, crashing and burning with Hawai'i's fearless and much-in-demand stuntpeople

The dancers of Wah Ngai take a thousand-year-old Chinese tradition into new territory

Hawai'i loves its slippahs, but where did the famously functional footwear come from?


The amazing story of Georgius Everhardus Rumphius and his Herbarium Aboinense
Kulia Kauhi Tolentino and her middle-school students are restoring the abandoned lo'i of Waipi'o  
Plant breeder Jim Brewbaker, who helped make corn a staple in the tropical world, celebrates half a century at the University of Hawai'i
Meat, fish, greens, salt ... laulau's got it all
Talking poetry and palms with Poet Laureate W.S. Merwin

Pau Hana


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