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'O wai kou inoa? What's your name?
'O Ipolani Vaughan ko'u inoa piha a o 'Anakë ko'u inoa kapakapa
No hea mai 'oe? Where are you from?
Ma këia mokupuni nei o Kakuhihewa au i hänau 'ia ai akä ua hänai a ho'ona'auao 'ia ma Kaleponi i ku'u wä 'öpio. Pili koko au me ko Kïpahulu, Maui a me ko Kalihiwai, Kaua'i mau küpuna.
ʻO wai ke ahupuaʻa āu e noho nei? Where do you live?
"O ke ahupua'a o Wai-a-ke-a-kua (Mänoa) a'u e noho nei.

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At 8:18am on March 9, 2009, Pua Ishibashi said…
No not over stepping your bounds. You sound like a wise women and I appreciate the mana'o from all wise souls. There was a time (about 30 years ago) that I truly thought the Hawaiian language was dead. As such I discouraged all my Ohana and friends from learning such, believing that it was just a waste of time. However, I have come to understand that is truly one of our greatest cultural assets.

I would love to learn Olelo Hawaii, it is just a matter of making the time and commitment. Your "Silent Way" sounds interesting. Is there any one on Moku O Keawe who teaches it? for free?

What are my passions? Auwe, too much, always too much on my plate and trying to prioritize my time. My passions are KeAkua, Ohana, and Culture of which I spend much time with Royal Order projects.

What do I do? I currently work with at risk Native Hawaiian youth. However, I hope to get back into the practice of law.

I also enjoy Hawaiian crafts, just last night I finished a whale tooth pendent to wear to my Royal Order mtgs and other Hawaiian occasions. I also hope to learn how to make poi pounders this month.

I am happy to make your acquaintance and hope to become friends.

A hui hou,

Pua
At 3:57pm on March 8, 2009, Pua Ishibashi said…
Aloha mai Ipolani,

Yes I know your brother Kamana'o. Unfortunately I am not in any Hawaiian language program nor do I olelo Hawaii, however, it is still my hope to one day learn. As for Lua, yes I belong to a pa (Pa Ku'i A Lua) on Moku O Keawe. I am also a member of the Royal Order of Kamehameha I.

I hope you are having a good weekend and hope to hear back from you.

A hui hou,

Pua
At 4:32pm on December 9, 2008, Aohoku said…
aloha tita. can u send the olelo class info to me via email? i forgot to write it down when u gave it to us & i'm getting old (hee hee).

mahalo!
At 3:58pm on September 23, 2008, Kanoe Cazimero said…
Huiii einei! Long time no see. Just caught your name on Jeffrey Teves' space. So I thought I would send you a quick message with my Aloha. Please give my best to Kilipaki as well as your lovely daughter. My how they grow up. Mine are 18 and 21 already. Sigh! Where does the time go. A hui hou dear friend. Tootsie
At 6:15pm on June 29, 2008, PIko said…
Aloha Ipolani!

I love the lyrics to He Mele No Kauau'i Kuapapa as recorded on Weldon Kekahuoha's latest album. Wonderful words! :)

Mahalo,
Piko
http://www.HawaiianConcertGuide.com
At 9:03pm on June 19, 2008, Keola Makaiau said…
nui ka hau'oli e 'ike ia 'oe i kela po aku nei.
ma laila e kuʻu hoa i ka wahi e aʻe kaua e hui hou.
At 9:56am on April 25, 2008, Wayne Keahi Chang said…
Aloha mai taua e tu`u hoa. Hau`oli wau e `ike ia `oe i ka po nei. Hoihoi no ko kakou ho`okuka `ana mai ma Starbuck's. E `ike ana `oe i keia ahiahi. E kelepono ana ia `oe ma hope o ka hola `elima. A hui hou. Keahi
At 7:56pm on April 22, 2008, Aaron J. Sala said…
Huuuui! Aloha no kaua e Anake!! Mahalo nui no i kau ae ana ia-u ma keia Ao Maoli...E kala mai aka a-ohe a-u hana ma Hawaii nei i keia mau la...Aia au ma ka studio e ho-opau ana no i ku-u wahi pa se-de elua a laila pa-ahana au i kela hana.

Any-la...e malama no oe a e aloha aku ia Hiwa ke ike oe ia ia.

ke aloha nui no!

Aaron
At 2:47pm on April 22, 2008, Ka'ahanui said…
Aloha mai kaua e 'Anate! Pehea 'oe? Hau'oli loa no au e 'ike ia 'oe ma keia mea nei! Ha'o au ia 'oe! Maika'i no au, aka pa'ahana loa i keia mau la. Maika'i o Mama. Pehea o kou mama? Pehea o Pulu?

'A'ole au e hele i ka papa hula. Ukali au i kekahi papa hou. Ua hui 'oe i ko'u hoaloha/kumu ma ke panako. Kukakuka 'oia ma ke kelepona i ka 'olelo o palani a kukakuka 'oe i ka 'olelo makuahine. Makahehi loa 'oia e lohe kou kamaʻilio ʻana!

Ua mamake au e ho'i i na papa Kealaleo, aka ua ho'i au ma Iapana no ka malama o Kekemapa. Lo'ihi loa kela huaka'i!

Manaʻolana au ia 'oe! Iesu pu me 'oe!
At 8:50am on April 14, 2008, Weldon Kekauoha said…
Aloha mai kaua e kumu....pehea mai nei oe i keia mau la? O au, maika'i wale. Pehea i na mea apau ma ka papa olelo? Ha'o au pu ia oukou pakahi. A'ole i hele au i ka papa ma kahi o hookahi pule...aka, i apopo au e ho'i hou ai i ka papa. He papa olelo ka kakou i apopo, ea?

Ua ike maka ia Hiwa ma ka Civic Center ma Hilo i kela pule aku nei. Ua ku'ai 'ia mai kekahi mau makana e ia. Hau'oli no au e ike maka iaia.

E hui pu ana kakou i apopo. Mahalo ia oe no 'ae 'ana i ka'u nonoi e lilo i hoa ma Ke Ao Maoli! A hui hou, Iesu pu me oe, malama pono.
 
 
 

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