(HawaiiNewsNow) - This Sunday brings us another episode of ʻÂhaʻi ʻÔlelo Ola.
Amy Kalili gives us an idea of whatʻs in store.
Indigenous people from around the world gathered to perpetuate their language and traditions through broadcasting.
Ua ʻâkoakoa mai nei nâ ʻôiwi a puni ka honua e ʻimi ana i ka hoʻolele papaho. He ala ia e hôʻola ia ka ʻôlelo a ʻike kuʻuna nô hoʻi.
"Back here in Hawaiʻi, we rediscover the art of paddle making. What does it take to craft the perfect paddle?" Master canoe builder Uncle Bobby Puakea tells all.
This heiau sits between two houses at the end of a cul-de-sac in Hawaiʻi Kai. Find out the fate of this ancient Hawaiian heiau.
"This is not just a museum piece, an artifact, a site feature sitting on top the hill. This is Pahua Heiau and it has relevance now and it's going to have relevance a thousand years from now," said Kamoa Quitevas, research analyst at the Office of Hawaiian Affairs.
ʻAʻole ia he koehana ma ka hale hôʻikeʻike wale nô. ʻO Pahua Heiau kçia. He pili kona iâ kâkou ma kçia wâ a me ka wâ e hiki mai ana.
Enjoy the fresh, unique stylings of Hawaiian Jazz with Ke Kauoha.
Join us this Sunday at 4:30 p.m. for these stories and more on ʻÂhaʻi ʻÔlelo Ola.
E launa mai nô i kçia Lâ Pule ma ka 4:30 no kçia mau moʻolelo a me kekahi mau mea hou aku ma ʻÂhaʻi ʻÔlelo Ola. ʻO wau no kçia ʻo Amy Kalili ma Taiwana no Sunrise ma Hawaii News Now. Aloha.
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