2.Explore the Valley Protecting Hawaii’s Ancient Plants
3.The 50-Star American Flag Came From a High School Project
4.Fishing and Eating Like Ancient Hawaiians
5.Patrolling the Most Dangerous Beach in the World
6.Hawaii’s Long Legacy of Lei Making
7.The Ancient Hawaiian Art of Bark Cloth
8.The Hawaiian Rain Dancers Who Summon Storms
9.Warriors of Hula
10.Sun, Stars, Swells: Sailing the Globe Using Nothing but Nature
11.More Than a Dance: What It Takes to Be a Hula Champion
12.Artists of Our Natural World
13.If They Land Face-Up They're Mine! The Legend of POGS
14.For Amputees, Reactivating the Sense of Touch
15.This Primeval Amphibian Has A Peppery Edge
16.Skis of Glory: The Rise, Fall and Return of Ski Ballet
17.The Cuban Crocodile Crawls To Coexist
18.In Singapore, 70 Years of Crafting a Unique Theme Park
19.Summiting Mountains Without Sight
20.Why Is the ‘Mona Lisa’ So Famous?
21.Searching for Identity: Our Flawed Magnificent Selves
22.The Great Bagel Rivalry
23.Woven into the Future
24.A Retirement Home for Young and Old
25.New Orlean’s Hangover Hotline Has the Cure You Need
Hoaka Delos Reyes is the last of his kind. The master stone carver has practiced his craft, one that holds deep significance in Hawaiian culture, for 40 years. His process utilizes the technique and tools of his ancestors, requiring patience, endurance and prayer. Travel to the glorious island of Maui and spend time with an artist who is constantly learning from the natural world around him.
These stones are considered sacred in Hawaiian culture. When visiting, please be careful not to move or remove rocks.
This Great Big Story was made possible by The Hawaiian Islands.
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