Ea Mai Hawaiinuiakea
Ea Mai Hawaiinuiakea 选自《福南德夏威夷古代史及民间传说选集》(Fornander Collection of Hawaiian Antiquities and Folk-lore) 第四卷，讲述了夏威夷群岛的宗谱以及夏威夷人始祖 Haloa 的故事。宗谱圣歌在夏威夷有着重要意义，其中记录了岛民的家世渊源。明白自己的身份，岛民们才能懂得自己在延续宗谱、延续夏威夷的历史中起到的作用，这样他们才会明白，对于这片土地、这里的人，自己担负着怎样的责任。
The first Hawaiians came to these islands on sailing canoes, with no instruments other than the stars, the wind, the seas and the signs of nature around them. But those instruments can guide a skilled wayfinder like Kala Tanaka to pinpoint her canoe’s exact location and navigate to its destination.阅读更多
Keoni Kaholoaa traces his family roots to the volcano goddess Pele, which adds a layer of cultural and familial responsibility to his job as an interpretive ranger at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.阅读更多
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