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Living Aloha

One beautiful tradition at a time

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Living Aloha

One beautiful tradition at a time

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Living Aloha

One beautiful tradition at a time

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Dec

Kaulana Mahina with Kalei Nuʻuhiwa

Learn about the native hawaiian practice, KILO; to be a stargazer, to observe the features in the sky, the stars, moon, clouds, etc. to navigate and predict the forecast in the near future. Kalei Nuʻuhiwa was born and raised on the island of Maui. PAPAHULILANI [the study of the atmosphere] is Kalei's primary discipline and is displayed on the annual Prince Kuhio Hawaiian Moon Calendar. Wala'au with Kalei as she walks us through her process in creating the annual Prince Kuhio Hawaiian Moon Calendar, the meaning behind each mahina, and the native hawaiian practice of kilo. Learn how Kalei utilizes her knowledge of the 30 day moon cycle and the connection of these to the behavior of the atmosphere around us.

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