The Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment (CAPE) is one of the largest and most influential non-profit organizations to support Asian American and Pacific Islanders in entertainment and media. Approaching is sixth year, the CAPE… [Continue Reading]
Presented by The Orange County Register, Orange County Music and Dance, and the Orange County Department of Education, the Orange County Artist of the Year Award is a program that recognizes Junior and Senior level high school students across a variety of art disciplines.
Ashley Liai is a talented #teinesamoa. A Los Angeles native, she recently returned from living in South Florida to pursuit a career in acting, modeling and dancing. Mahalo for taking the time to share your… [Continue Reading]
In an effort to spread the “Aloha Spirit,” Na Kolea organizes an annual Lu’au that showcases our members in a cultural performance of different types of hula and Polynesian dance, as well as features some of Hawaii’s most ono (tasty) traditional foods.
Interview with Moronai Kanekoa, a native of Kahulu, Maui, USC graduate, current Los Angeles resident, and the star of one-man play Legend of Ko’olau.
The “Island Tree” logo is more than just a design on t-shirt, it has grown into a symbol of community and solidarity among people who love Hawaii, and one we immediately associate with the HiLife Clothing brand.