Halau Na Pua Me Kealoha Hula Kahiko Competition

On 15/10/2010, in overige, by admin

Merrie Monarch Hula Festival – Halau Na Pua Me Kealoha Hula Kahiko Competition, Hilo, Hawaii Video Rating: 4 / 5 Klik dan hier voor het eBoek van Jonathan en Oscar – koop het nu vrijblijvend met 30 dagen, niet goed geld terug garantie (100% gegarandeerd) >>> Slechts € 39,97 – Klik Hier

Merrie Monarch Hula Festival – Halau Na Pua Me Kealoha Hula Kahiko Competition, Hilo, Hawaii
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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25 Responses to “Halau Na Pua Me Kealoha Hula Kahiko Competition”

  1. SUFI194189 says:

    @jmoragmcg eh brah. if you don’t know how to spell the word haole or even use it correctly in a sentence then don’t even use it.. got that haole.

  2. surfiestyles says:

    @Aloharon who is singing the korero is it the young dude at the start or sum1 of screen?

  3. maigatosam says:

    hola, soy mai y te escribo desde México. soy maestra y a mis alumnos y a mi nos gusta ver este video. nos gustaria saber que dice. seria posible que nos mandaras la letra, gracias. felicidades.

  4. SkilletBiscuitKrew says:

    @misshawaiiansunshine Hula? How about a magical Hula Hoop?

  5. jmoragmcg says:

    Just saying, a little sun on those thighs, during rehearsals, so they’re not so haoli white?

  6. Tweepot says:

    I love the agression in this!

  7. elbethica says:

    good!!!!!

  8. mzshineshine says:

    This dance is very strong and concise. The dancers perform it perfectly. Thanks for sharing. :)

  9. x3kauailove says:

    wow this video made me realize that the kane dances are just as amazing
    as the wahine dances!

  10. MrPineapplexL says:

    4:16-4:34
    Fish LAU LAU
    “FISH LAU LAU”
    CHIKIN LAU LAU
    “CHIKIN LAU LAU”
    PORK LAU LAU
    “PORK LAU LAU”
    YOU KNOW WE LIKE EM HOT AND WE LIKE LAU LAU
    KU!

  11. NeoPelon21 says:

    great job! that was awesome to watch

  12. misshawaiiansunshine says:

    @Justwatchedyou – Kahiko is the first hula, and was only performed by men. It wasn’t till later on ‘Auana was introduced with Wahine Dancers. Being that Kahiko is an ancient form of hula the men wear a “Malo”. This is what was originally worn then. This is like a reverence for our roots.

  13. misshawaiiansunshine says:

    @Justwatchedyou – Kahiko is the first hula and was only performed by men. It wasn’t till the western influence that ‘auana was introduced with Wahine dancers. Being that Kahiko is ancient, the Kane wear a “Malo”. This is what was originally worn. Sort of like a reverence for our roots.

  14. Justwatchedyou says:

    (Not to be rude) Can anyone educate me on why the men wear that garmant or lack there of? I’m sure there has to be a reason. Love the vid!

  15. scottca075 says:

    Wow, the kid who did the opening chant was great, especially coming from the mainland.

    Great foot work too, I hope they placed!

  16. CaRoSoLaNo08 says:

    mi sueño seria caer en una isla
    llena de estos muchachotes
    mmmmm y tener vida eterna jajaja
    que buen baile
    es el mejor que he visto mmmm!!!!!!!!!!

  17. granas4life says:

    Awesomeee !

  18. AnnisaAyana says:

    @SemperFidelisEleven more to love ; )

  19. devildanteXD says:

    mamita rica a llegaso tu galan jujujuju yo mismo soy al que te ara suspirar princesa ….julieta julieta aca esta tu romeo jujujujujuju

  20. malyikaj says:

    They naked?

  21. kasike636 says:

    exelente

  22. ali4330 says:

    @janson84 Yeah.I believes so.Our culture had developed separately.However your culture is more pure than us malays.Malays cultures had strong influances from India,China as well arabs.Polynisian culture developed without outside influences.I did found a similar word that proven we were from similar family. Nyior (malay)=niau(polynesian)=coconut

  23. janson84 says:

    Respond to this video…

  24. janson84 says:

    @ali4330 youre getting confused with this theory. Polynesian culture has long evolved from its south east Asian (Austronesian) roots. Look up the term ‘Austronesia for more on the origin of Polynesia. Its a long story.

  25. MisBEAhavior says:

    I never get enough of watching this video. Here I go again1