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    Hula In Hawaiian Culture

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    Hula is the ancient way that Hawaiians tell their stories, pay reverence to nature, and unite mind, body, and spirit with all of creation. Hula and Mele are also a celebration of the beauty of the heart of the Hawaiian people, their love and aloha. Traditionally, hula has helped Hawaiians remember their origins and give thanks for all of the many natural wonders that share their world. Chants and hula carry on the legends and Hula brings forth the meanings of the chants, similar to how the form of poetry may give life to a poem. Interpreted in many ways, hula is an international symbol of Hawaiian culture. Hula has played a big part in making Hawaii a well-known vacation destination. The types are endless but the three most commonly seen by…

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    Hula In Hawaiian Culture

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    What is Hula? When people hear hula they picture beautiful girls with long hair in grass skirts and coconut shell bras, dancing gracefully to the beat of the drums accompanied by chants. Although that is true, hula is actually much more than entertaining and remembering different techniques of moves, but properly understanding the stories behind them. Hula maintains meaningful parts of the Hawaiian culture with its bond to express history and spiritual beliefs. I am neither Hawaiian nor do I…

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    Hula Hoop Exercise

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    Hula hooping is considered to a resistive exercise that can be graded depending on multiple factors. Those factors depend on size and weight of the hoop, the material it is composed of, and the style of hula hooping one is doing. The amount of resistance is also determined by those factors. The most appropriate time for this activity is also around the peak time for exercise, which was at 15:00. Doing a hoop session around this time is ideal, as it gives the body enough time to digest any…

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    American Aloha is a film about the rich Hawaiian culture and the Hula dance. It portrays how Hawaiians are proud to propagate their culture in any part of the world. This film takes Hulu beyond Hawaii. Before watching the film, I wasn’t aware of the intensity of Hula dance. For me it was just a type of dance witnessed at beach parties with half naked people wrapped in flowers but the video enlightened me to different aspects of Hula. Hula are known as the Hawaiians people who spent years and…

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    everything. The inside was smooth and was shredded to be used for desserts, milk, water, and even for your hair. The oil from the coconuts acted like an expensive conditioner that I would use back at home. I always wondered why Hawaiians had such luscious hair, but now it all makes sense. My snacks consisted of guava and pineapple. The fresh fish, such as mahi-mahi, was a delectable and different treat. My body felt so refreshing and cleansed, like I was on a natural diet. Even the way…

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    Hawaii Narrative

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    there and it showed us a boat that sunk and it still has oil leaking on the top they built a memorial over the boat to the people who died and it had all the names. At our hotel my aunt’s boyfriend, my Nana’s husband, my dad and I were saying “my name is Jeff’ “my name is Jeff” “my name is Jeff” “my name is Jeff” all day long. One of my favorites things that we did was that we went to a Luau where we took a bus ride to a private beach in the middle of nowhere My sister and I saw a pig cooked…

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    that they could predict what would eventually happen if they don’t find a way to save their own culture. According to Hong (2013), in the case of Hula dance, a numerous amount of mele, which refers to song or chant, happened to be lost permanently since they were forgotten before they could get documented (p. 23). Under those circumstances, the ancestor knew they had to find a solution and then came up with the combination of body movements, facial expressions and rhythms, which called dancing.…

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    Hula Hoop Research

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    This quasi-experimental research aimed to compare the result of hula hoop aerobics group dance to hula hoop aerobics single dance that affected waist circumference and body mass index of a sample group of twenty seven students who were vulnerable to Metabolic Syndrome. According to entry criteria, the researcher selected specifically female students whose waist circumference of 32 inches or more and male students whose waist circumference of 36 inches or more. For hula hoop aerobics group dance,…

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    Hula Hoop Analysis

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    Dav, Obaid, Ya, Wal- When the children played at the gym they used the hula hoops and had me roll them and the children ran after the hula hoops. They would catch the hula hoops and run back and then roll them to me and they ran after the hula hoops each time. Dav, Ob, Ya, Wali- When the children played at the gym they used the hula hoops and held them out in front of them using their hands. And another child would take a ball and try to throw the ball through the hula hoop trying to get it to…

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    the fast past modern world and the more traditional bath house life his sickly father and mentally retarded brother live. Daming is forced to change his lifestyle as a looming teardown of the old bathhouse community is stirring up trouble. Hula Girls, directed by Lee Sang-il, tells the story of a coal mining town near collapse in 1965 Japan. A dance instructor from Tokyo, Madoka Hirayama, is hired to save the town by training the local coal miners daughters to dance at a soon to be constructed…

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