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    Hawaii…The state of aloha which symbolizes peace and harmony in Hawaii. Hawaii is known for its beautiful beaches, hula dancers, luau festivals, surfing, and snorkeling as it is famous for a vacation spot globally. However, one Hawaiian woman thinks that corporate tourism demolishes her homeland, Hawaii, culturally, economically, and politically. In Haunani Kay Trask’s article, “Lovely Hula Hands” (published in from A Native Daughter by the University of Hawaii Press, 1998), the author employs…

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    interesting topics but the ones that I have chosen to enlighten you on today are the different extreme sports that the people in the culture enjoy, the famous Hula dance, and the food that the people in the culture eat. Most people have seen and/or heard of a dance called the Hula. Hula dancing is the traditional dance of Hawaii. The movements in the Hula are very smooth and free flowing. According to some, the…

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    drew my interest the most was the commercialized hula performance. This video stood out the most to me because I have never actually sat and watched hula dancing before so when I opened this video it immediately had me sucked in. The very beginning sequence before any dancing started when the girl placed the lai over the camera was so interesting and captivating. Also, the bright colors and fast paced hip movements were also factors that made the hula video the most interesting to me. There were…

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    Child Observation

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    activities I need to make sure I grabbed all the equipment I needed (10 hula-hoops, 2 bean bags, 2 walking ropes) I decided to have the children help me place two sets four hula-hoops in two spread out lines the last hula-hoop had a bean bags each student had to jump into a hula-hoop and wait till their classmate jumped on to the next hula-hoop to pass the bean bag forward each student need to so something creative in each hula-hoop in order to have the bean bag passes to them on team one, Jess…

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    children held their leg straight out and kicked the ball while others bent their legs. All- While the children played at the gym they placed with the hula hoops. The children took their hula hoop and roll it to the other side of the gym by using one hand to push the hula hoop. The children ran after the hula hoop seeing if they could catch it before the hula hoop stopped. Zakaraya- During group time Zakaraya was playing with another child on the carpet instead of listening to the teacher. I…

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    Tourism In Hawaii

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    disappears from the islands, it will disappear from the world. Hula marketing derives from the commoditization of the traditional polynesian dance, the hula. Hula is a dance accompanied by dance and chant originally used in a spiritual capacity, celebratory capacity or to bring a community closer together. Throughout the years, hula has transformed into more of a spectacle on display for the entertainment of tourists, including the hula girl bobblehead souvenirs. The expansion of the tourism…

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    capacity to buy at least 51% of the stock, retaining control. Barnes is promoted from the mailroom to the president as he is seen to be a simpleton. He however uses his position to his own advantage and approves mass-production of his own invention- the Hula Hoop. While demand is low in the beginning, it gains popularity and profits soar, further raising stock value. The movie ends with a blue letter revealing that Hudsucker’s immediate successor, Barnes, would get his shares. This facilitates…

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    Big Island Tourism Analysis

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    Negative Impacts of Tourism on the Big Island Hawai’i Island, Hawaii, otherwise known as the Big Island, is the largest island in the Hawaiian archipelago. The Big Island’s population was estimated to be 196,428 in 2015 (Census 2015). The number of tourists per year far exceeds the number of residents. In 2014, the number of tourists that visited the Big Island reached 1,445,939 (Big Island Now). With record setting highs in visitor numbers, the island must keep up with the continual demand for…

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    play will build strength in their bodies and inspires them to overcome obstacles and prepare them to outdo their own expectations. Directions: For this activity, one will need three hula-hoops, 2 buckets, 1 catcher net, water balloons, 4 pool noodles, and timer (optional). To arrange this course, set up the hula-hoops by lining them up. Next, build the tunnels out of the pool noodles, in order…

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    During my 19 years of life, I’ve attended 7 different schools, lived in a total of 9 houses, owned 12 cars and trucks, and was a bridesmaid in my mother’s wedding. I was born on January 1, 1997 in Kailua Kona, Hawai’i. At the age of 5, I was blessed with a baby brother, Shayne, who is now twice my size. When I was 6 years old, my parents separated and it turned our lives upside down. It was during their separation that my grandparents, on my mother’s side, that became a second set of parents to…

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