DVD Na Waiwai Hawaii: Treasured Values of Hawaii, Part 2


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Na Maka o Ka Aina
Format: DVD; 20 minutes

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Na Waiwai Hawai’i: Treasured Values of Hawai’i, Part Two

The Hawaiian word waiwai denotes something valued or treasured, true wealth. This program explores the concepts of ‘ohana (family), ho’okipa (hospitality), and po’okela (excellence). The importance of developing powers of observation and awareness of the world around us is also discussed. Featuring Lani Kapuni, Lilia Hale, Violet Hughes, Marie McDonald, John Dominis Holt, Harry Mitchell, Kekuni Blaisdell, Nainoa Thompson, Mike Kahikina, Clyde Aikau and Ipo Nihipali.

Originally produced for the school children of Hawai’i.

1 review for DVD Na Waiwai Hawaii: Treasured Values of Hawaii, Part 2

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Stacey Shibao

    Chicken skin… the knowledge and the story telling is reminiscent of the days when you sat around tutu’s rocking chair. The true heart behind the life, culture and the ways of the Hawaiians are so well told

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