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Vol. 15, no. 1
February / March 2012


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Hana Hou!
Vol. 15, no. 1
February / March 2012

Native Intelligence


In Hawai'i oli, or chant, doesn't just speak to the world -- it conjures the world

Estria started out tagging underpasses in Honolulu; today his street art is known around the world

Audrey Sutherland has paddled thousands of miles solo along some of the world's most epic coastlines


Fifty years after their reintroduction, the nene of Haleakala are thriving
Maritime archaeologist Hans Van Tilburg estimates there are some two thousand wrecks in Hawaiian waters -- and he'd like to explore every one of them
Anuenue School's varsity football players have, like the language they speak, defied the odds
Reverend Masatoshi Shamoto has devoted his life to teaching gagaku, Japan's ancient and stately classical music, at the University of Hawai'i
Maui's Angela Kay Kepler and Frank Rust have traveled to the far reaches of Oceania in their search for the bananas of the Pacific

Pau Hana


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