HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - MANA, the award-winning, bi-monthly Hawaiian magazine, is trailblazing the publishing industry in Hawai'i with their transition to an all-digital platform. The change will enable MANA to reach a broader global audience and allow for new interactive features. Readers won't just read a chant; they'll actually hear it. They won't just see a photo, but watch someone in action.
On Thursday, October 9th, this groundbreaking new format will be revealed during a star-studded pau hana event.
A live demonstration will illustrate MANA's digital access from laptops and computers to tablets and mobile phones. MANA employed the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS), the same system used by notable publications such as WIRED, TIME, National Geographic and GQ.
The digital edition will continue to be supported with a robust website, e-newsletters, and engaging social media to create a unique cultural experience.
Delicious pupu will be served, featuring the culinary creativity of chef Mark Noguchi and the Pili Group 'ohana, from their new café, MISSION, at the Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives. Guests will also enjoy an exclusive hula performance by the renowned dancers and musicians of Ali'i Entertainment.
Preview Event for MANA's new digital experience
Thursday, October 9th 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
MISSION restaurant, 553 S King St, Honolulu
Pupus by Chef Mark Noguchi, a performance by Ali'i Entertainment and the future of publishing
For more information, call 808-221-0991.