ʻAha Kāne 2012- ‘Oihana Kākau and Uhi
Kākau, or tattoo, is rooted in Polynesian tradition. Responsible for not only reviving practices; kākau has contributed to increased…0
ʻAha Kāne 2012- “Hakukole” a Cutdown With a Smile
‘A‘ohe inoa komo ‘ole o ka ‘ai. No name prevents food from entering the mouth (Similar to the saying,...
ʻAha Kāne 2012 – Lā‘au Lapa‘au
The mana of Hawaiian herbal healing continues to save lives and trip out modern doctors. Come and learn basic...
Mana: Hawaiian Power #ahakane
Hawaiians believe in a life forces that existed in all forms of life. This life form is called Mana,…
ʻAha Kāne- Mana Panel
Mana is both an abstract and concrete force that has direct and indirect influences. Inherited mana is transferred from…
ʻAha Kāne 2012 Introduction
ʻAha Kāne 2012 addresses the issues of Native Hawaiian male leadership by focusing on the cultural history and role…
“ʻOpihi Man” at ʻAha Kāne 2012
Ernie Cruz Jr. entertained the men at ʻAha Kāne with a fitting song about an ʻOpihi MAN.
What?! We have three pikos? ʻAha Kāne 2012
ʻAha Kāne presenter Puahi Chun demonstrates the undeniable connection we have through one of our three pikos, the manawa.
Start the Day with A “Mana Exercise”
Focus your mana with ʻAha Kāne 2012: Mana Exercise by master carver J. Kanani Kaulukukui Jr. Stay tuned to…
Ernie Cruz and Special Guest – #ahakane
Melodic Musician Ernie Cruz is joined by a youngster to sing a song for the attendees at this years…