Aloha mai! 'O Kevyn ko'u inoa, ā no BC, Kanakā au. Mana'o'i'o au e pono e ea ka nā moku Hawai'i e, ā pono ka nā Amelika e ho'iho'i i ke ea o Hawai'i i ka mō'ī 'oia'i'o.
Although I do not know much about Hawai'i, I too am sick of how they exaggerate the Hawai'ian culture insomuch that everyone uses a "Hawai'ian" theme as a stereotype for their parties and whatnot. Even all other Polynesian cultures become under the "Hawai'ian" label. The lū'au is now so Americanised with the stench of commercialism albeit, and it is as worse as having a typical "Asian" theme, putting all East and Southeast Asians to use chopsticks, speaking in some tonal language and have pale skin.
Nasaan ang katurungan? 'Auhea ke kaulike? Where is the justice?
I love all things Austronesian, for they are my distant blood-relatives as the Europeans are together despite languages and borders. To see an Austronesian country like Hawai'i be still under foreign influence does not promote or truly keep culture, in my humble opinion.
Sa lupa ay ang dugo ng Hawai'i.
I ka honua ke koko o Hawai'i e!
Current Location: i ku'u lumi
Current Mood: loku nele
Current Music: Fenua - Motu O Te Here