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ʻAha Kāne presenter Puahi Chun demonstrates the undeniable connection we have through one of our three pikos, the manawa.
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2011 continued a theme familiar to many involved with the revival of Hawaiian culture: normalization.
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BJ Penn and Rudy Valentino discuss how traditional and contemporary forms of martial arts share many similarities.
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