Hula Hālau ʻo Kawailiʻulā

Hula Hālau ʻo Kawailiʻulā

In this story, we visit Hula Hālau ʻo Kawailiʻulā and Kumu Hula Chinky Mahoe and catch a glimpse of his style of dancing and see where it comes from. There is no wrong way of dancing hula, and Kumu Chinky knows that. Like Uncle George Naʻope said, Hawaiians like to create. Kumu Chinky is a creator as well as a storyteller in his own rights.

Nānā mai and enjoy! LIVE A LITTLE HULA!

Produced & edited by Kamaka Pili

Photography by ʻĀina Paikai

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