CULTURE

The Flying Tigers, South Korean Comfort Women and Japanese Internment

World War II was a trying time for the world at large. From the internment of American citizens to US…

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Eight Hawaiian Words You Need To Know

There are many Hawaiian words and slang terms that you could learn before you go on vacation, and you might…

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The History of Hawaiian Plate Lunch

Although poke is the newest fashionable Hawaiian trend to hit the mainland, plate lunch is another island favorite which is…

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Famous Hawaiian Football Stars

Charley Ane Born January 25, 1931 in Honolulu, Hawaii, Charles Teetai Ane Jr. made a name for himself at the…

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Defend Hawaii Movement

Many people already know that Hawaii was taken over by the United States and American-born plantation owners in an 1893…

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The Religious Significance of Hula

The practice of Hula dance has been linked to a number of legends. Some say that the goddess Laka invented…

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The Menehune – Hawaii’s Little People

Hawaiian culture is rich with myths and legends that date back to the early history of the islands. Many of…

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Obama’s Aloha Legacy

Barack Obama was born on August 4, 1961 in Honolulu on the island of Oahu to parents Stanley Ann Dunham…

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Cuban Missile Crisis, South Korean Comfort Women and Musical Diplomacy

Music, a huge part in the life of any millennial, can play a huge role in diplomacy. From the issue…

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How Much Do You Know About Polynesian Tattoos?

Made popular through celebrities like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Pixar Films like Moana, when it comes to the world’s…

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