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"Hula Kahiko," probably Kim's most famous image. Kim Taylor Reece, Hawaii’s foremost fine art photographer, has been studying hula kahiko for nearly 30 years. A catalyst of Hawaii’s Cultural Renaissan

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Kim Taylor Reece - my favorite shot by Kim and in the top ten Photos overall

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Hilo Hattie (October 28, 1901 – December 12, 1979) was born Clarissa "Clara" Haili in Honolulu, Hawaii. She was a Hawaiian singer,[1] hula dancer, actress and comedienne of Native Hawaiian ancestry.[2]

Hilo Hattie (October 1901 – December was born Clarissa "Clara" Haili in Honolulu, Hawaii. She was a Hawaiian singer, hula dancer, actress and comedienne of Native Hawaiian ancestry. Grandma had danced with her.

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Pua with Sticks, Hawaiian Hula Dancer

Maui’s own Manalani Mili Hokoana English captured the title of Miss Aloha Hula at the 50th Merrie Monarch Festival competition in Hilo.

Maui’s own Manalani Mili Hokoana English captured the title of Miss Aloha Hula at the Merrie Monarch Festival competition in Hilo.

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Maika'i ka 'Oiwi o Ka'ala, Splendid is the Form of Mount Ka,ala.hula champion and this ti-leaf skirt was made from 200 ti leaves! This dance reveals her lover's shoulders resembling top of mountain in Ka'ala, O'ahu, Hawai'i

History of Poi A Brief History of Poi  Poi originates from the indigenous Maori people of New Zealand, the word 'Poi' simply means ball. For over a thousand years Maori women have danced the Maori Poi, a dance with balls attached to strings, swung rhythmically to keep there hands flexible for weaving.

History of Poi A Brief History of Poi Poi originates from the indigenous Maori people of New Zealand, the word 'Poi' simply means ball. For over a thousand years Maori women have danced the Maori Poi, a dance with balls attached to strings, swung rhythmically to keep there hands flexible for weaving.

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