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Hau‘oli anei ka La o ka Makahiki Hou?

Synopsis: I don’t wish to be a killjoy, but Makahiki is both a time to play and a time to maintain kapu. There is an ever-increasing number of problems to attend to here, in Hawaii, and neglecting to do so should be a violation of kapu. Read more

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Column: He wahi pana ‘o Waihe‘e

Hawaiians have inhabited the area since 300-600 AD. There are two heiau and huge sand dunes where many generations are buried. The Hawaiian Islands Land Trust purchased the land and now use it as an historical and wildlife preserve, open to the public Read more

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Column: Ka papahana ‘o Auwahi

Synopsis: Kalaunuiohua, a chief in the 14th century, prophesied: “The trees of the plains will dwell on the land; the trees of the native land will vanish.” Read more

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                                The names of Hongwanji members are seen attached to pink lanterns during a bon dance at Moiliili Hongwanji on June 27, 2020.
Column: ‘O wai ke ‘ike i na ku‘una o ke kupuna?

Synopsis: Some international people have fallen in love with Japanese traditions. Their enthusiasm for learning about Japanese culture is tremendous. Their passions show the importance of perpetuating traditions inherited from küpuna. Read more

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Column: He wahi haawina e ao ai mai ka aina o Ewa

Synopsis: The Hawaiian proverb, “Be silent lest a wind arise,” serves as a good lesson for us today in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Just as fishermen had to silence their voices to obtain their fish, we today need to perform a different kind of “silencing.” Read more

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                                Chloe Mrozak
Column: Ho‘i ke kōlea mahalua i kona ‘āina iho

Synopsis: The woman from Illinois who allegedly used a fake vaccination card to avoid quarantine has been mocked for spelling Moderna incorrectly. The state of Hawaiæi, however, released her based on her word that she would return for trial. Who is the real fool here? Read more

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Column: He myu ‘o ia a i ‘ole he mu? He ‘ano mū nō paha?

Synopsis: A new variant of the coronavirus has just appeared. It is a “variant of interest” at this time, and should not be a cause for concern. Its name is “Mu” or “Myu,” depending on who is spelling or pronouncing it. We should call it “Mü” in Hawaiian. Read more


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