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Have a Pono New Year

January 2, 2014 The mission of the Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce is “to promote and sustain our Hawaiian culture, nurturing a strong community of Hawaiian values and to enhance opportunities for success... more »»

Lokomaika‘i: The Hawaiian Practice of Generosity

November 28, 2013 As a kupuna and as a businessman, I believe generosity benefits the giver more than the receiver. I cannot prove this, but a lifetime of giving shows me it is tru. more »»

Voice of the Kupuna

October 31, 2013 When I was very young, my parents imparted to me the importance of relationships and how one must behave toward others. more »»

Ha‘aha‘a: A Humble Warrior

September 26, 2013 It was in 1969 when I moved to Maui from Waimanalo. My dad, who worked for Hawaiian Telephone Company, was transferred here. I’m the youngest of eight children and graduated from Baldwin High Schoo. more »»

Lokahi: Joined by an Ocean

August 29, 2013 Pacific Islanders are not from separate islands, but from one ocean. more »»

Kakou: Inclusion is a Hawaiian Value that Gives Us Hope

July 25, 2013 My husband and I came to Maui in 1992 from the East Coast. My family was farming in New Jersey in 1619, so this was a radical move. Only transplants know the deep urge that brings us to Hawai‘i. more »»

Choose Your Goal and Work Hard to Reach It

June 27, 2013 As a child, decisions were made for me. Mom was a social worker helping Palolo Housing kids, and raising me and my two siblings on her own. As the oldest, my chores were heav. more »»

‘Ohana: Relationships That Create Opportunity

May 30, 2013 Government tends to view citizens as individuals; Hawaiians see people in the context of all their connections to family, church, work, clubs, neighborhood and communit. more »»

Accepting Kuleana Makes Dreams Come True for Others

April 25, 2013 I was born in 1949. Dad worked for Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar; mom for Maui Land & Pine. My weekends were spent in Hana. My tutu was full-blooded Hawaiian; papa was pure Filipino. more »»

Embracing the Past is Key to Moving Forward

March 28, 2013 Native Hawaiians carry their culture with them everywhere they go. That includes business. My life comes from sky, mountain, land and se. more »»

Hawaiian Commerce and Entrepreneurism

March 14, 2013 For many Baby Boomer Kanaka Maoli like myself, being “Hawaiian” meant very little. more »»

E Welina Kakou!

January 31, 2013 The last week of every month, we are reaching out to businesspeople and Maui Weekly readers who want to be in busines. more »»

 
 
 

 

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