Imua Hawaii Films is a small group on Maui, Hawaii. The group was first started in late 2007. We are trying to complete films dealing with Hawaiian culture. Most members of our group attend the Kamehameha schools. Since we are taking classes about filming, we decided to give ourselves a name. Imua Hawaiian films is not a school club. Imua in Hawaiian means to move forward or in a forward direction. So our group name basically means Move forward Hawaiians.
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ALOHA Kaua, e Imua, Pehea Oe? Miss chatting with you in the Chat Room. Wanted to let you know that on this Sat. I'll be at the UH as one of the presentors speakeers on Independence. Just think, me at the UH speaking on Hawaiian Independence. I plan to give it my Best.
Malama pono no oe, o Pomai
ALOHA Kakou, e HPACH, The "No Treaty of Annexation" Memorials will be placed on the grounds of Thomas Square on July 31 at the La Ho'iho'i Ea Celebration. Information on the "No Treaty of Annexation" Memorials will be at the La Ho'iho'i Ea Celebration. Over 21,000 of our Kupuna signed the Kue Petitions in 1893. I have the honor to work with Lynette Cruz of HIAA and KLMAH.C.C. in putting together the "No Treaty of Annexation"
Memorials. I ask that everyone spend one hour of your time to come to and view the Memorials. They represent our Kupuna. Our Kupuna who said No to the Annexation of their nation, the Hawaiian Kingdom of Queen Liliuoklani and our ancestors. I promise all of you who come to view the Memorials you will be moved greatly in the Spirit.
Long Live The Hawaiian Kingdom, o Pomaiokalani, SOVEREIGN, HPACH
ALOHA Kaua, e Imua, Had a Great Time at the Kamehameha Day Celebration at the Palace this year. The next Big Event on O'ahu is for La Ho'iho'i Ea Celecration on July 31 at Thomas Square. How have you been? I miss chatting with the Gang on Maoliworld. I don't see you or any of the gang there. Hope all goes well with you.
Long Live The Hawaiian Kingdom, o Pomai