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Resource List from Hawaii Business

By: Hawaii Business Magazine

...A comprehensive list of businesses and agencies in the APEC 2011 Hawaii edition of Hawaii Business Magazine. Includes investment and media contact information....

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Hawaii Business Magazine-Special Apec Edition

By: Apec Hawaii Host Committee

...1 APEC 2011 · HAWAII BUSINESS 3 APEC 2011 · HAWAII BUSINESS RESTORING SIGHT ELECTRIC VEHICLES ENERGY SOLUTIONS NANOTEC... ...ICIAL PUBLICATION of the APEC 2011 Hawai‘i Host Committee 3 APEC 2011 · HAWAII BUSINESS RESTORING SIGHT ELECTRIC VEHICLES ENERGY SOLUTIONS NANOTEC... ...ONVENTIONS MEDICAL BREAKTHROUGHS AQUACULTURE UNIQUE CROPS 2 APEC 2011 · HAWAII BUSINESS HAWAI‘I: A PARADISE FOR INNOVATION BEST PLACE TO STUDY THE ... ...E UNIVERSE ALGAE FOR FUEL WIND ENERGY UNDERWATER RESEARCH 2 APEC 2011 · HAWAII BUSINESS 2 APEC 2011 · HAWAII BUSINESS HAWAI‘I: A PARADISE FOR INN... ...PLACE FOR ASTRONOMY ALGAE FOR FUEL UNDERWATER EXPLORATION 3 APEC 2011 · HAWAII BUSINESS 3 APEC 2011 · HAWAII BUSINESS RESTORING SIGHT ELECTRIC VE... ...EDICAL BREAKTHROUGHS AQUACULTURE UNIQUE CROPS WIND POWER 4 APEC 2011 · HAWAII BUSINESS Bottega Veneta Cartier Chanel Coach Dior Gucci Harry Winsto... ...Harry Winston Hermes Louis Vuitton Prada Salvatore Ferragamo Tiffany & Co. Hawaii’s largest collection of luxury retailers amidst 290 STORES AND RES... ...y years ago. The second best time is now . ” – ANCIENT CHINESE PROVERB www.HawaiianLegacyHardwoods.com For more information call (877) 707- TREE or em... ...egacyHardwoods.com For more information call (877) 707- TREE or email info@HawaiianLegacyHardwoods.com Green Jobs Foreign & Domestic Investment Conser...

Hawaii Business Magazine in tribute to the APEC meeting of 2011.

... Ideal for Medical Research -- 74 Perfect Place for Global Meetings -- 78 Checklist for Your Next Conference -- 82 Sustainability, Harmony Built Into Hawaiian Culture -- 86 What Aloha Really Means --...

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Apec Brochure

By: Apec 2011 Hawaii Host Committee

...multi-million-dollar project will test new smart grid technologies on the Hawaiian Island of Maui. The Island is ideal for this demonstration projec... ...daptation of electric vehicles. Alongside the Hawai‘i State Energy Offce, Hawaiian Electric Company is working with Japanese and U.S. manufacturers ... ...| Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96804 | Phone: +01 808.587.3807 | www.energy.hawaii.gov — DR. STEVEN CHU, NOBEL-PRIZE-WINNING U.S. SECRETARY OF ENERGY... ... | University of Hawai ‘i at M¯ anoa Phone: +01 808.956.0391 | dianec@hawaii.edu ABOVE IMAGE: CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF THE THIRTY METER TELESCOPE, P... ... | John A. Burns School of Medicine Phone: +01 808.692.0897 | sheltont@hawaii.edu Where East Meets West The ultimate location for global business... ... eventinfo@hccsmg.com CURRENCY $ U.S. dollar OFFICIAL LANGUAGES English, Hawaiian (‘¯ olelo Hawai’i) STATEHOOD 50th State of America since 1959 POPU...

This brochure was created for people to learn more about Hawaii's innovation industries.

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Atlas of Hawai'I

By: Department of Geography, University of Hawaii at Hilo

...ce names for towns, mountains, bays, harbors, and other features; geographical descriptions of the state and the main islands; and an introduction to Hawaiian place names. This is followed by four sections on the physical, biotic, cultural, and social aspects of the Hawai'i environment. Geology, climate, the ocean, water, soils, and astronomy are among the topics discus...

...ts -- xi -- Introduction -- xiii -- Kaua'i and Ni'ihau -- 3 -- O'ahu -- 7 -- Moloka'i and Lana'i -- 11 -- Maui -- 14 -- Hawai'i -- 17 -- Northwestern Hawaiian Islands -- 23 -- Hawaiian Place Names -- 26 -- Mapping and Geodesy -- 29 -- Geology -- 37 -- Geothermal Resources -- 47 -- Climate -- 49 -- Hawai'i and Atmospheric Change -- 60 -- Paleoclimate and Geography -- 64 -- ...

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Native Hawaiian Data Book

By: Hawaii Board of Trustees

...On behalf of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs Board of Trustees, it is my pleasure to present the 2006 edition of the “Native Hawaiian Data Book”, a comprehensive statistical profile of the current status of the Native Hawaiian community. This data is g...

...Within the last decade, the U.S. Census Bureau has continued to take great strides to ensure adequate representation of Native Hawaiian issues among their various data products. For the first time in history, individuals could select more than one race for Census 2000. This meant more accurate counts for Native Hawaiians, who could now be separated f...

...Demographics. 15 -- Population Distribution By Age Group By State. 18 -- Kauai County Gis Map. 21 -- Oahu Gis Map. 22 -- Maui County Gis Map. 23 -- Hawaii County Gis Map. 24 -- Marriages By Ethnicity Of Groom And Ethnicity Of Bride: 2003 And 2004. 25 -- Resident Live Births By Resident County And Ethnicity Of Mother: 2003 And 2004. 26 -- Resident Live Births Where Mother...

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Hawaii Place Names

By: Esther Mookini

...In this latest book, John Clark, author of the highly regarded "Beaches of Hawaii" series, gives us the many captivating stories behind the hundreds of Hawaii place names associated with the ocean—the names of shores, beaches, and other sites where people fish, swim, dive, surf, and paddle. Signif...

...In 1966 the University of Hawaii Press published the first edition of Place Names of Hawaii. Written by Mary Kawena Pukui and Samuel H. Elbert, it contained 1,125 entries, all of which were place names in the Hawaiian language. In 1974 the press publi...

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Na 'Elala

By: Liana Honda

...Kakoo a paipai ka Hale Kuamoo-Kikowaena Olelo Hawaii i ka hookumu ana i ka olelo Hawaii, o ia ka olelo kaiapuni o na kula, o ke aupuni, o na oihana like ole, i lohe ia mai hoi ka olelo Hawaii mai o a o o Hawaii Pae Aina. Na ka Hale Kuamoo e hoomohala nei i na haawina e ...

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Ka Mooolelo Hawaii

By: Lahainaluna

...The primary purpose of the Hawaiian Language Reprint Series, as noted in connection with the publication of the rst two buke in this series, is to make available signicant works originally printed in the Hawaiian language in the nineteenth and early tw...

...ku a ia ninau aku me ka ho‘oponopono pualu ‘ia o na pepa a pau, ‘o ia ka ke kumu a‘o i ho‘oponopono a ho‘opaku‘iku‘i aku ai no ka puke ‘o Ka Mooolelo Hawaii....

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Mosaic : A Global Writers' Spotlight, Volume 1

By: Reading/Writing Center BYU-Hawaii, Compiler; Erin Baker, Editor

...The Mosaic is a collection of writing from international students at Brigham Young University-Hawaii. Read poetry, short stories and personal experiences by students from more than 10 different countries as they use English as a common language to share what matters in their lives....

...s. My Evil Self Three Dreams Where the Light Enters You Teach me How to Dance Almost the End of the World The Book of Mormon Saving the Face of Hawaii Nature My Best The Broadway Incident The Biggest Disappointment Peculiar Letter from Hell Oye Tu! Remember not to Forget Globalization: Good or Bad for Developing Countries? Comfort Stations Homecoming Natu...

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Song of Eternity

By: Advanced Micro Image Systems Hawaii, Inc.

...It is the purpose of this series of articles to attempt a resolution on these questions by reviewing the ethnological history of the Hawaiian peoples as contained in their ancient traditions, rituals and epic poetry. It is the purpose of these articles to present the Hawaiian royal traditions unconfounded by the elements and theology of Christianity or th...

... that it was recited in its entirety was at the necrological ceremonies attending the funeral of the beloved Prince William Charles Lunalilo, King of Hawaii and sixth of the Dynasty of Kamehameha. Lenthy portions of it, however, have been chanted at other similar ceremonies, the most prominent of these being the coronation of David Kalakaua, and the furierals of the Queen...

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Place Names of Hawaii - Hawaii Dictionary

By: Mary Kawena Pukui

...In this book the authors endeavor to provide the people of the State of Hawaii with a glossary of important place names in the State, including names of valleys, streams, mountains, land sections, surfing areas, towns, villages, and Honolulu streets and buildings. The first edition of Place Name...

...Glossary. 1 -- Hawaiian words used in the Glossary. 3 -- Abbreviations used in the Glossary. 4 -- Glossary. 5 -- Appendix. 235 -- Previous studies of place names. 235 -- Sources consulted. 237 -- Sound changes and the need for salvage. 238 ...

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He Aha Kamea 'Ai No Ka 'Aina Awakea (What's for Lunch)

By: Athleen Piilani Mattoon

...nui o ua papahana nei ka hoolako ia mai o na hana lawelawe a me na ano mea like ole nana e paipai aku i ke ao ana mai o na mea i pili loa i ka nohona Hawaii a me ka ulu maikai ana o ke keiki ola kupono (he keiki i hanai maikai ia). O wai la kakou No hea mai kakou Ua pane ia na ninau. Ua hooikaika ia iho la ka ohana a ua hoopuka ia iho la na moolelo nana e hoakaaka i ke kum...

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Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii

By: S. M. Kamakau

...In 1961 the first edition of the English translation of Samuel Kamakau's Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii was published by Kamehameha Schools Press. Many contributed to make its publication possible. A group of Hawaiian scholars was first selected by the trustees of Bishop Museum to translate Kamakau's florid literary styl...

...Many famous chiefs, mentioned in Hawaiian history, were descended from Hana-laa-nui. The ruling chiefs (noho alii) of Hawaii were of that particular lineage (mookuauhau), and with additions from those of the other islands, the genealogy of Hawaii's chiefs an...

...tory of Umi. 1 -- The Story of Kiha-a-Pii-lani. 22 -- The Story of Keawe-nui-a-Umi. 34 -- The Story of Lono-i-ka-makahiki. 47 -- Keawe's Reign. 64 -- Hawaii Under Alapai-nui. 66 -- Hawaii Under Ka-lani-opuu. 78 -- Captain Cook's Visit to Hawaii. 92 -- Events of Ka-lani-opuu's Time. 105 -- Kamehameha Wins Half Hawaii. 117 -- Ka-hahana Loses Oahu. 128 -- Kamehameha Wins All ...

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Ehia I Loa'a

By: University of Hawai'I at Hilo

...Kakoo a paipai ka Hale Kuamoo-Kikowaena Olelo Hawaii i ka hookumu ana i ka olelo Hawaii, o ia ka olelo kaiapuni o na kula, o ke aupuni, o na oihana like ole, i lohe ia mai hoi ka olelo Hawaii mai o a o o Hawaii Pae Aina. Na ka Hale Kuamoo e hoomohala i na haawina e pon...

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E Hele Kaua I Kahakai

By: University of Hawai'I at Hilo

...Hale Kuamoo- Kakoo a paipai ka Hale Kuamoo-Kikowaena Olelo Hawaii i ka hookumu ana i ka olelo Hawaii, o ia ka olelo kaiapuni o na kula, o ke aupuni, o na oihana like ole, i lohe ia mai hoi ka olelo Hawaii mai o a o o Hawaii Pae Aina. Na ka Hale Kuamoo e hoomohala nei i na haawina e...

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Mamaka Kaiao

By: University of Hawai'I Press

... lexicon but more importantly, it provides the contemporary speaker with an essential tool with which to describe her/his world through the medium of Hawaiian. All languages survive because they adapt and borrow and because they continue to be spoken by a greater number of people." —Timoti Karetu, Chairman, Te Kohanga Reo National Trust Mamaka Kaiao adds to the 1998 edit...

...He loli mau na olelo ola a pau o ka honua nei, a pela pu ka olelo Hawaii. No laila, i mea e kokua ai i ka poe olelo Hawaii a pau o keia au, ke pai hou ia nei o Mamaka Kaiao ma ke ano he hoa like o ka puke wehewehe olelo Hawaii a Pukui ma. No na haumana olelo Hawaii, aole lawa hookahi wale ...

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Na Mele O Hawaii Nei: 101 Hawaiian Songs

By: Samuel H. Elbert

...slations. The majority are from the time of the monarchy and so are already somewhat venerable. Nearly all are sung often today and are well known to Hawaiian singers. The texts have never before been written consistently with the glottal stops and macrons that make them nearly pronounceable by one not knowing Hawaiian. Many of them have not been translated before, or have...

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A Gazetteer of the Territory of Hawaii 1935

By: John Wesley Coulter, Ph. D.

...In the following index of the islands of the Territory of Hawaii and vicinity and the geographical features of those islands, the aríchipelago is divided into three groups, namely: (1) the Main Group, comprising all islands from Hawaii to Niihau, including islets lying offshore from...

...Introduction -- 7 -- Areas of main Hawaiian islands and highest point on each island -- 10 -- Abbreviations -- 11 -- The Gazetteer: -- Main Islands -- Hawaii -- 13 -- Kahoolawe -- 75 -- Kauai -- 79 -- Lanai -- 103 -- Maui -- 111 -- Molokai -- 143 -- Niihau --...

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O Haloa, Ka Hawaii Mua Loa

By: William H. Wilson

...The internationally known Aha Punana Leo, Inc. is a non-profit organization which was established in 1983 to revitalize the nearly extinct Hawaiian language and establish schools taught entirely through that language. The following year, the organization founded the first Punana Leo school which was also the first Native American language immersion school in the...

...O Wakea, o ia hoi ka makuakane o na mokupuni o Hawaii nei, o ia ke kane. O Hoohokukalani ka wahine. Hapai o Hoohokukalani a nui aela kona opu. O kana pepe mua ana keia, o ia hoi kana hiapo. Hanau o Hoohokukalani. He pepe eepa kana; he keiki alualu. Olelo ia o i...

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Native Use of Fish in Hawaii

By: Margaret Titcomb

...s technical expertise to efficiency levels which, unless curbed, could wipe out whole species. There was another difference. Then, there were “a few Hawaiian fishermen still living who were trained in the Hawaiian knowledge” (p. 54), and who could supplement the prodigious fund of information of Mary Kawena Pukui, with whose collaboration this book was written. Now, as th...

...FISH, including shellfish, were the main protein-giving elements of the Hawaiian diet. Pig, dog, chicken and wild birds furnished some additional proteins but the comparatively small supply marked them more for the chiefs than the commoners use. Daily life was one of fishing and cultivating the p...

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