HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - This Sunday brings us a new half-hour episode of ʻÂhaʻo ʻÔlelo Ola. And here is Amy Kalili with a look at whatʻs in store.
Me ka naʻau luʻuluʻu mâkou e hoʻomanaʻo ai i ia ihu pani kilo hôkû a hoʻokele waʻa nâna i hoʻôla i kçia ʻike i waena o nâ Hawaiʻi.
We remember the navigator who revived this knowledge in Hawaiʻi.
His legacy, much of his legacy, will live on depending on the choices we make.
Student of Mau Piailug
E ola maoli ana kâna hoʻoilina iâ kâkou.
E kipa aku kâkou i kahi i mâlama ʻia ai ʻo Hakiuʻu Learning Center no kekahi mau makahiki a i kekahi mau lâ aku nei.
We will go to what used to be Hakipuʻu Learning Center.
For a lot of the students and a lot of the kumu too, it's a home.
Freshman, Hakipuʻu Learning Center
ʻO ko mâkou home nô kçia.
E launa aku me kçia kanaka nui o ka ʻike kuʻuna no kçia hana noʻeau, he ʻeha nô akâ, he nani ka hopena.
We visit a practioner of a painful but beautiful traditional art.
Ua laki hoʻi wau i ka noho ʻana a walaʻau pû me kekahi mau kûpuna.
Hawaiian Tatoo Aritist
I was fortunate to interact with some kûpuna.
A e nanea pû i ka hoʻokani a hîmeni ʻana o kekahi limahana mâlama ʻâina.
And we enjoy the sweet sounds of a park ranger!
E launa mai nô I kçia Lâpule ma ka 4:30 no ʻÂhaʻI ʻÔlelo Ola.
Join us this Sunday at 4:30 p.m. for ʻÂhaʻi ʻÔlelo Ola.
ʻO au nô kçia ʻo Amy Kalili no Sunrise ma HawaiʻiNewsNow. Aloha.