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    Essay On Hawaii Culture

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    Hawaii is the fiftieth and final state that has joined the United States of America. It has untamed oceans and jungles. Animals roam the beautiful, picture perfect landscape. The people who lived on the islands have had a culture that extended from the Polynesian islands to the western and southern edges of Asia. They respected the land, ocean, and everything that it provided. Their religion is polytheistic, which means they believe in many gods. Behind the beautiful scenery of islands,…

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    several tries and breaks. She does not have many outdoor actives not from a lack of encouragement but from a lack of enthusiasm. Putting the screening test aside we only spent about ten minutes outdoors playing hopscotch, some jump rope attempts, and hula-hooping. According to Justice’s mother her daughter prefers playdates indoors. There is no health anomalies or significant event that might have caused her to set that preference. Another observation that I made is when Justice had to use the…

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    Hawaii, the home of white sand beaches, pro surfing, hula dances, and warm weather. If I could move to any region within the United States, I would move to Hawaii with no hesitation. Hawaii contains a prestigious hospital and the opportunity to become a surfer. Both of which of which I have always dreamed of being a part in. Nothing would make me happier than becoming an orthopedic surgeon operating out of a Hawaiian hospital working on shark attack victims and other unlucky victims who need…

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    any of the rides. We also got great food and I was named after the song “Sweet Caroline” and there was a musician singing the song so she told me not to be scared and she got me to go up on the stage. There was also a time there when there was a hula hoop contest and there was a bunch of people. She was encouraging me through it all and I won!! She is the most supportive and encouraging person i know. My mom is the most devoted mom there is. There will never be a day that she can’t put a…

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    R-VII school district since Preschool and my experience, from my knowledge then, was great. However, when I attended Principia’s Big Bash and helped the senior class president try and break the Guinness World Record for most people to pass through a hula-hoop and I saw on what I was missing out on. From random people I’ve never met before walking up to me and my family and introducing themselves, to all the fun activities Big Bash had to offer. Seeing all this, I was excited to meet up with Mrs.…

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    Halloween Gathering

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    where the event will be held. “We have been planning it for over a year now.” All of the preparation has resulted in stunning programming, from a Chicago Opera Theatre performance to a workshop by the Reciclarte Studio on decorating sugar skulls to hula hooping classes led by fire spinners. From 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., family-friendly activities will be held along South Michigan Avenue, according to officials. “Born and raised in Chicago, and I really…

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    Film Analysis: Moana

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    This allowed people to reach different islands in Polynesia and beyond. Traditional Polynesian dances are very important in the community but more so in some regions than others. For example, traditional Hawaiian dancing, the hula is very important to their culture. The hula began by men and women dancing to honour the goddesses Pele and Laka. In the Polynesian region, the music varies. That said, there is usually pate, a drum-like percussion instrument. This drum can vary in sound depending on…

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    Hilton Hawaiian Islands

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    Question 4- The perfect destination for the romantic niche market is the Hawaiian Islands. Here, the clients can be sure to have an experience of beaches, beautiful sunsets, tropical gardens, relaxing accommodations and dining experiences to remember. With this, the client can even listen to the waves of the ocean as they sit by it watching the sunsets on the warm nights. Then, during the days there can be water sports, sightseeing and sunny beaches to enjoy. Oahu offers things to do for the…

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    Dance is an art form consisting of individuals or groups moving in patterns, either practiced or impromptu, to the rhythm of music. Dance and music go hand in hand, allowing the music to set a tone for the dance, creating different styles of dance. Dance is likely to have begun as a ritual to appeal to a culture’s worshipped being or included in ones “rite of passage” (Histoy of Dance, n.d.). Evidence has been found in India showing the existence of dance in the form of paintings made in caves…

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    getting dirty. They were building sandcastles and imagining themselves as kings and queens. In front of me, I saw the Physical Zone, children climbing on tree stumps and mounds. Some children were running around chasing each other and some girls were hula hooping. Finally, to the left of me I saw the Social/ Dramatic Zone. There was a small playhouse and the children were pretending to run a store. Two children were fighting over who was going to be the cashier until the teacher reasoned with…

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