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Dressing for Paradise

Planning your trip to paradise includes dressing the part too! Polynesia’s rich culture and history have inspired all aspects of life on the islands, especially fashion. As Hawaii’s number one paid attraction and cultural hotspot, The Polynesian Cultural Center and the adjoining Hukilau Marketplace are the perfect place to learn about the beautiful designs and styles that are deeply rooted in tradition and heritage. Today, the beautiful colors and ornamentation of the indigenous Polynesians live on in modern-day styles such as sundresses, jewelry, and most commonly...
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Hawaii 2019 Global Breadfruit Summit beg...

To Register for the 2019 Global Breadfruit Summit, CLICK HERE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII PACIFIC BUSINESS CENTER PROGRAM HAWAII 2019 GLOBAL BREADFRUIT SUMMIT: THE ROAD TO DUBAI, 2020 WORLD EXPOSITION PACIFIC MICRO SOLUTIONS TO GLOBAL CHALLENGES OCTOBER 14-17, 2019   POLYNESIAN CULTURAL CENTER & COURTYARD OAHU NORTH SHORE MARRIOTT VENUE ENGAGING WITH HUMILITY, EMBRACING WITH RESPECT AND SUSTAINING WITH ALOHA   DAY I OCTOBER 14 Opening exercises will be held in the Polynesian Cultural Center’s Pacific Theater 8:55 am WELCOMING OLI: led by KAHU DR. FRAN PALAMA...
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Bobby Akoi, PCC’s host for kings and que...

Meet PCC’s ‘Mr. Aloha’ The Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) has hosted thousands of VIPs since we opened in 1963 — kings, queens, presidents, diplomats, dignitaries, movie stars, sports celebrities, church and government leaders, business executives, military leaders and many more. And we’ve been very fortunate over the past approximately 20 of those years to have had the perfect “Mr. Aloha” greet and escort those guests — Robert “Bobby” Akoi, one of our most senior employees who “graduated” from the Polynesian Cultural Center on July 12, 2019 when he retired after...
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29th Annual Moanikeala coming Sept. 2-7,...

Come join us September 3 – 7, 2019 for the 29th Annual Moanikeala Hula Festival. Enjoy a week-long celebration, to perpetuate Hawaii’s Culture, Language, Art, and Practices through workshops, concerts and activities dedicated to the memory of Aunty Sally Moanikeala Woods.   2019 brings expansion to the Moanikeala 2019 is the beginning of a new format, which continues the grand tradition of the Moanikeala event, bringing the highest caliber of hula performance to the stage. The extended week-long festivities include daily hula, ukulele and Nihau shell lei...
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5 ways to keep cool at the Polynesian Cu...

We’ve all been there – running for the shade and trying to avoid the endless summer heat while vacationing, struggling to enjoy the sights while steering clear of the sun’s piercing rays. However, there’s no reason to let the high temperatures stop you from making the most of your visit to the Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) and the opportunity to explore the rich heritage of the Pacific Islands. Here are five tips to beat the heat while on your trip to one of Hawai’i’s most popular attractions:   1. Dress to the Nines (and for 90 °F weather)    ...
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Top 5 North Shore Hikes on Oahu

Looking for a great way to burn some calories before spending the day at the Polynesian Cultural Center? The North Shore of Oahu provides amazing trails that allow you to see the beautiful island and sneak another delicious açaí bowl or serving of kalua pork. From breathtaking waterfalls, sprawling forests, and rugged mountain ranges, the island of Oahu is home to breathtaking natural scenery and well-kept hiking trails. Because of its unique geographic location, the famed North Shore of Oahu hosts a diversity of flora and fauna entirely unique to this corner of the...
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A one-of-a-kind hands-on Polynesian cook...

See it, smell it, taste it, love it! Experience the REAL Polynesia If you venture beyond the urban buzz of Honolulu and head north, you’ll quickly find yourself in a tropical landscape that has remained relatively untouched. The small town of Lā’ie rests quietly on O’ahu’s North Shore and is home to Hawai’i’s number one paid attraction, The Polynesian Cultural Center! As detailed in our mission statement, our purpose is to “…share with the world the cultures, diversity, and spirit of the nations of Polynesia”. With our resolution in mind, we’ve created an all-new...
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World Fireknife Competition

Wednesday, May 8 – Saturday, May 11th at the Polynesian Cultural Center Competitors and fans from all over the world flock to the Polynesian Cultural Center once a year to see the World Fireknife Competition and the We Are Samoa festival. Ticket information and schedules for our  2019 competition are now available at www.worldfireknife.com! Heart-pounding action, top level competitors, and fire! Four nights and one amazing day of activities. You don’t wan’t to miss this, and now, with livestreaming, you’ll never have to!  This year is especially...
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13 kids’ activities for the whole ...

For those of you with kids, planning out a vacation can be stressful. We feel you! At the Polynesian Cultural Center, we try to make sure that every member of our ‘ohana (family) is taken care of. Out of the many activities and shows at the Polynesian Cultural Center, we know what’s fun for your keiki (kids). We gladly offer suggestions to entertain and educate both adults and their little ones: 1. Learn dancing in Hawaii and Tahiti If you and your kids are inspired to learn Polynesian dancing, Hawaii and Tahiti have short lessons to help you get started. Hula and...
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Poke as it’s meant to be: simple, ...

  One of the greatest pleasures of my job is my regular visits to Chef Felix Tai of Pounders Restaurant. Not only do I get the chance to try out some incredibly ono recipes, I get to spend 2 hours or more with a passionate, somewhat excitable, “food is my LIFE” award-winning chef.  Our time together FLIES by – and I learn more than mere cooking tips. The secrets of the universe are opened up and I actually feel nourished both body and soul.      This month we are sharing two poke recipes – Chef’s Straight forward Poke, and Poke...
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Roasted Turkey Tail Recipe

The secret to this simple approach is patience. Cook it long and slow, which will make it both extremely tender and delightfully crispy Bringing you a tasty new recipe of an old favorite! I discovered this little turkey tail delicacy back when I was a little gal oh so many years ago and from that day on, I would beg, borrow or cry a river of tears to be the one who got this part of the bird on Thanksgiving Day. The turkey has a long, rich history not only in the States, but in such far-away places as Samoa.  I’m not talking about the whole turkey, mind you...
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David Hannemann Remembered as a Legacy o...

For this month’s article, we would like to recognize a true champion to the Polynesian Cultural Center, Tausilinu’u David Hannemann, who passed away on October 9th at the age of 92. Uncle David has been our friend, our adviser, and our spiritual example for so many years. Tausilinu’u David Hannemann (fondly known as Uncle David) was born in Apia, Samoa in 1926. After immigrating to the US in 1946, and marrying his sweetheart, Carolyn Harline, David was invited to become the Center’s first paid employee in 1963. He would work for many years, and then leave for other...
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10 Tips For Your Adventure at the Polyne...

1. Prepare for rain Bring a rain parka or umbrella (or purchase one at one of our many stores). We are on the windward side of the island and can have showers on the sunniest of days. It’s what makes us clean and green! Rain can last a handful of minutes or throughout the day. Our luau and evening show venues are covered, so you won’t get rained out, ever! 2. Easily plan your day with PCC’s app Download our app for an easy-to-follow GPS map, a schedule of presentations, cultural insights, and so much more. Free through Google Play and Apple’s App Store. Just...
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How To Make Spam Musubi Like They Do In ...

Spam, that strange meat loaf from a can, has become so popular in Hawaii that they actually keep it in locked shelving at the grocery store. It is no surprise that the beloved meat has found its way to the top of a musubi. Musubi comes from the Japanese rice ball snack omusubi and was created and popularized by a local Japanese woman, Barbara Funamura. Try this easy-to-follow, fun-to-make recipe provided by our own Rebecca Sabalones to see what all the excitement is about. Spam Musubi (Makes 8-10 servings) Cooking time: 40 min Ingredients: 2 cups calrose or short-grain...
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Kalbi-Glazed Short Rib Recipe

Pounders Restaurant is fast becoming one of the local favorites here on the north shore of Oahu. It doesn’t take much to realize that this is due to local chef, Felix Tai who has been given room to practice his special style of ono Asian-Western-Polynesian fusion. Today, we’re going to share the secrets of his signature dish, Boneless Short Ribs with Kalbi Glaze. We will give you the basic preparations for the Boneless Short Ribs, but it is the kicky kalbi glaze that completes it. When I first tried this recipe, I followed the instructions to the letter yet...
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Choosing an ukulele? Here’s what y...

The ukulele store at the Polynesian Cultural Center welcomes all to learn and play the ukulele and finds many people seeking advice on choosing their ukulele.  For those of you who can’t come, we would be glad to give you advice for our most common questions. We’ve pointed out some key information to consider here: Wood Koa is the highest-end wood that comes from Hawaii. It is beautiful to look at and listen to. A lot of value is put into the grade of the koa wood, which is determined by how close to the bottom of the tree you are. The wood that is closer to the bottom of...
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Li Hing Mui Vinaigrette Recipe

Aloha, family! We present the first in the personal collection of recipes shared by Chef Felix Tai, Head Chef of Pounders Restaurant. These bi-monthly posts, which will be a part of our popular Eat Polynesia  recipe series takes us into the world of Chef Tai, where local Hawaiian ingredients are fused in Asian, Polynesian, and Western styles of culinary art. As several of you know, Pounders is located at the entrance to the most popular paid attraction in Hawaii, the Polynesian Cultural Center, situated on the North Shore of Oahu. It is in Laie that Chef Tai has perfected...
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Cook Islands return to the Polynesian Cu...

  The Polynesian Cultural Center is pleased to announce that we will be hosting our friends from the Cook Islands again this summer from June 18 – July 19, 2018. “We were greatly honored last summer to host cultural representatives from the Cook Islands,” stated P. Alfred Grace, President of the Polynesian Cultural Center. “We couldn’t be more pleased that their government has approved a return visit. Their rich culture, music and dance are sure to both enhance our guests’ experience and inspire our staff”. A delegation of 20 will...
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Pineapple Upside Down Cake Recipe

Pineapple upside down cake is a favorite across the world, but we wanted to put a real island spin on it – and boy is it amazing! Knowing that the crunchy topping is the best part, we’ve doubled the sugar and butter – making it a gooey, yummy treat everyone should enjoy…. Yes, we used a cake mix! One of the beauties of this particular recipe is that it is so easy and incredible to boot! For a wonderful homemade cake recipe click here INGREDIENTS Topping: 1 ½ sticks of butter ¾ cups brown sugar, packed 16 ounces pineapple, cut into 1” x 1” x 1/2”...
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How to Make Koko Alaisa

  Koko Rice is a staple across Samoa, and in Samoan communities around the world. Genius in its simplicity, many Samoans list it as ‘comfort food’ from their childhood. Family gatherings would always have a big steamy pot of it along with fresh bread loaded with butter. Just ask one of your Samoan friends if they remember koko rice and watch that dreamy look sweep across their face. Now you can enjoy it too – but if you want your dish to be truly traditional, go to your local health food based grocery store or online to find authentic Samoan koko Is it really that...
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Huilua Fishpond in Kahana Bay: Explore t...

The Huilua Fishpond, is an authentic example of ancient Hawaiian aquaculture. You will find the loko i’a (fishpond in Hawaiian) as you approach the south side of Kahana Bay. The parking just off the highway consists of just a handful of spaces. You will need to take a short walk to get to the ponds, but the effort will be well worth your time. The pond is not currently in working condition but parts of the wall are still standing, like an ancient jigsaw puzzle left by the Hawaiians from a long ago era. Fish still dart through the pond, creating muted wakes from their...
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Antique pump organ still plays on at the...

The Polynesian Cultural Center is the proud owner of an 1890 Estey Pump Organ, called a parlor organ. It is about 7.5 feet tall. Isn’t it magnificent? For many years Estey produced more pump organs in the USA than any other manufacturer in its day. This organ was donated and placed here when the Mission Chapel was built in 1984. Although lovingly cared for, it has experienced long periods of disrepair due to humidity, heat, bugs and mice. The latest refurbish took almost a year to complete, from late January to early Dec. of 2014 and was directed by a volunteer, Dave Lunt...
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Get ready for the new HUKI canoe celebra...

Coming this summer to the Polynesian Cultural Center – a grand new canoe celebration sure to both inspire and entertain. Huki: One ‘ohana sharing aloha will tell the story of how this magical corner of the world has become the showcase of our beautiful Polynesian culture. Huki is unique not only in the tale it shares, but in how it is presented. Live musicians set the tone while native performers present our epic story while dancing on large double hulled canoes upon a picturesque lagoon. The new show is powered by a rich cinematic sound system in high-definition...
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Coconut Shrimp with fresh ginger sauce f...

Coconut Shrimp – it’s everywhere in Oahu. Restaurants, food trucks, even convenience stores. Yes, it’s THAT delicious! But the most sought after dishes are arguably the three food trucks next to the shrimp ponds just north of the country town of Kahuku. The debate rages on regarding which truck has the best recipe. You may just have to try them all and decide for yourself. But arrive early or you may wait up to an hour for your order. The Polynesian Cultural Center is no stranger to coconut shrimp either. Here is our tried and true recipe, and you’ll find it easy...
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In a Word: Ohana means family

In a Word: Ohana = Family Valentines Day is upon us, and here in Hawaii, nothing reflects love more than OHANA An integral part of Hawaiian culture is the care and nurturing of family, or ohana. From ancient times to the present Hawaiians embrace the opportunity of living in the company of aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents and yes, even the in-laws. In communities of old, every member of the ohana was expected to contribute to the tasks of daily life. Even keiki (children) honed practical working skills through the games they played. Kupuna (our elderly) were tenderly...
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Interesting Things to See on Oahu’...

The first in our series reviewing interesting sites you may come across as you visit the beautiful north shore on the island of Oahu. In this segment, learn about family camping, wandering chickens, divisions of ahu’puaha and the art of abandoned cars. What’s up with large groups of campers along the shoreline Camping is more than a leisure activity here along the North Shore. Hawaii is all about ‘ohana (family). And we’re not just talking immediate family. We’re talking about the whole extended bundle of aunties, uncles, cousins and even ol’ grandma and grandpa....
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Polynesian College and High School Footb...

Hercules Mata’afa selected as the 2017 College Football Player of the Year The Polynesian Football Hall of Fame has selected Washington State University Defensive Lineman Hercules Mata’afa as the 2017 recipient of the Polynesian College Football Player of the Year Award. The Award is presented annually to the most outstanding Polynesian college football player who epitomizes great ability and integrity. The Associated Press named Mata’afa — a redshirt junior who prepped at Lahainaluna, Maui — its Pac-12 Conference Defensive Player of the Year. The AP also named him...
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2017 Polynesian High School “Playe...

The 2017 PFHOF High School Players of the Year finalists For the first time this year, the PFHOF has announced five finalists for the inaugural 2017 Polynesian High School Football Player of the Year Award. The five 2017 finalists, selected from a watch list of 50-plus possibles, include: QB Chevan Cordeiro (St. Louis, Honolulu); LB Palaie Gaoteote (Bishop Gorman, Las Vegas); ATH Talanoa Hufanga (Crescent Valley, Corvallis, OR); ATH Brandon Kaho (Reno High, Reno, NV); and LB Solomon Tuliaupupu (Mater Dei, Santa Ana, CA). “The Polynesian influence in football is rapidly...
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A master’s touch: Restoring the tr...

  The following blog was taken from an in-depth interview with Master Carver and Polynesian Navigator, Kawika Eskaran of Laie, Hawaii, who along with Sione Tuione Pulotu, guided the design and construction of the Iosepa, a 57′ double hulled sailing canoe modeled in style and function after the ancient canoes utilized by Hawaiians to travel the seas. The Iosepa was sponsored and built through a cooperative effort between Brigham Young University – Hawaii and The Polynesian Cultural Center. When it is not sailing, the Iosepa is housed at The Polynesian Cultural...
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Hotels on the North Shore: The other sid...

Your days of dreaming are over. You have finally booked your dream trip to Oahu! Now you need to decide where you are going to stay. Honolulu has thousands of hotels, but if you’ve dreamt of being in a quieter spot that is a closer match to a real island paradise, might we suggest you book a room up along the north shore? POLYNESIAN WORD OF THE DAY “Fale Talimalo” Samoan for guest house (n) – a building traditionally placed near the entrance to a Samoan village made available to travelers and guests Come rest your head in an area where the big boys come...
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Shoyu Chicken Recipe

Named after a local brand of soy sauce, this chicken dish is a favorite island plate, especially when you and your neighbors are having a luau (potluck) or you just need to please picky eaters. This version comes straight from the Food and Beverage Department of The Polynesian Cultural Center. It may be easy, but that’s part of the beauty of this simple little recipe. It literally fulfills the popular saying “winner, winner, chicken dinner!” And it’s versatile! A can of pineapple can really add that local Hawaii flavor. Fresh garlic and ginger will...
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Canoe Pushing 101 at the PCC

Who is that? As you carefully board our canoe for your water-based tour of the Polynesian Cultural Center, you may ask yourself “Who is that pushing my canoe?” Most of our “Canoe Pushers” are actually full time students next door at Brigham Young University – Hawaii. Many of our pushers are from other countries, but no matter where they’re from, they are trained to provide you with a wonderful experience on our beautiful lagoon. First off, you will notice that they don’t paddle. We call them ‘pushers’, because they literally push their canoes through the water...
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Feel the warmth of an island holiday: Ch...

Christmas time on the North Shore is a magical place. First off, you’re away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. Second, you get to really experience Christmas ‘island style’. We have compiled a list of activities and suggestions to make your Christmas season warm, bright and full of aloha.   Hukilau Marketplace/Polynesian Cultural Center Come to the biggest seasonal celebration across the North Shore in beautiful La’ie. And best of all, these events are free to the public! New activities and events are scheduled this year. Most activities will be held...
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Mango Otai Recipe

Island breezes, coconut trees, waves lapping on a sandy beach. This must be paradise, yes? But even paradise can get a bit warm, so a special part of any visit to our beautiful island home includes a refreshing drink known locally as Otai. One year ago we shared the traditional Watermelon Otai recipe. This year the Polynesian Cultural Center is excited to share its close relative, Mango Otai, which is both refreshing and delicious! It is a favorite on Oahu, and is sure to be a favorite of yours! Ingredients 5 large fresh mangoes, grated 1 fresh medium pineapple, grated 1...
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The Village Approach: Maori child-rearin...

Maori culture is built upon the premise that…“Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari, he toa takitini” (“my achievements are not of myself, but because of the many”.) Māori culture personifies the belief that “it takes a village to raise a child”.  The marae provides a venue for families and extended families to interact in a uniquely Māori environment where children learn their culture. Maoris raise their children together, participate in activities together, build, work and play together as a village unit. Even their music is known for its beautiful harmonies....
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13 Best Beaches in North Shore Oahu

The beaches along the North Shore of Oahu are what dreams are made of. Sand, waves, tropical trees swaying in the breeze and a magical mix of colorful sea life and majestic turtles. What you may not know however, is how distinctly unique each beach is. Want to learn to surf? Castles might be your best spot. Want to see world class surfing? Then it’s Banzai Pipeline all the way, baby! We love the North Shore, and we know you will too! So, along with coming to spend a day with us here at The Polynesian Cultural Center, give yourself another day to explore the beaches....
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Palusami Recipe of Polynesia

 One of the first truly Polynesian dishes served to me when arriving in La’ie was an amazing little dish Samoans call Palusami. The website Cooking Hawaii defines it as: “A traditional Samoan dish of wrapped bundles of taro leaves with a coconut and onion filling. Sometimes made with chicken, …fish [or corned beef] along with the coconut. Very similar to our Hawaiian lau lau.” This popular dish actually can be found in varying forms across Polynesia and Asia. Fiji versions may include corned beef, tomatoes and garlic. The Fillipino version is...
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How Rapa Nui’s Moai came to the PC...

People come from around the world to visit The Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) where they can immerse themselves in 6 amazing island cultures, Hawaii, Aotearoa, Fiji, Samoa, Tahiti and Tonga. Each ‘village’ provides in-depth experiences in history, culture, music, dance and activities. Its a wonderful, full-day experience. One of our signature sights as our guests travel through the Center is of 5 statues, placed on a small island in the middle of our lagoon….tall figures, strange hats.  Rather quiet and mysterious. They are called Moai, and they are...
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Polynesian Cultural Center Stages NFL Dr...

The Polynesian Cultural Center recently participated in a media blitz on the U.S. East coast that included a fine luau food event for 200–300 guests — co-hosted by our partner Polynesian Football Hall of Fame: They invited 200–300 guests to the event on April 27, 2017, during the National Football League draft in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Meet PCC Pounders Restaurant executive chief Felix Tai: He prepared the upscale luau. He’s why you may want to eat at Pounders the next time you’re in Laie: Pounders executive chef Felix Tai Several years ago this handsome young...
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PCC Samoan Culture Ambassador joins medi...

The Polynesian Cultural Center recently participated in a media blitz on the U.S. East coast that included our Samoan Culture Ambassador Creasepaul Tofa. He is a traditionally raised Samoan who enjoys sharing his heritage with both visitors and urban Samoan students:  Samoa, sweet Samoa Creasepaul “Crease” Tofa, one of the Polynesian Cultural Center’s Samoan Village culture ambassadors, grew up farming, fishing and cooking for his family in the small village of Saipipi on Samoa’s biggest island, Savaii, and is also a skilled Samoan drummer, fire knife dancer, carver and...
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Sweet Memories of Paradise

INTRODUCTION: Jimmy Mapu is one of our newest bloggers, but he has been with the Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC)  for many years. Currently, he serves as the Director of Guest Services – which consists of students from around the globe who guide our guests through the PCC. Many have written to us about how these students have inspired and touched them. Many describe the experience as magical. Once you get to know Jimmy, you’ll know where that magic comes from.   What was lost was found at The Polynesian Cultural Center (April, 2017)  The other day I headed into the...
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PCC’s Sione Milford: Immersed in T...

The Polynesian Cultural Center recently participated in a media blitz on the U.S. East coast that included our Tongan Culture Ambassador Sione Milford. We think you will enjoy meeting him, too. But first, there’s something even many native Tongans don’t realize about Sione: Becoming Tongan All Polynesians share some ancient heritage and contemporary commonalities, but the Polynesian Cultural Center’s Tongan Culture Ambassador has taken that concept to a new level. Imagine a burly, handsome Polynesian man with curly dark hair. Add in lots of personality plus eloquence, and...
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Pounders Restaurant’s custom pizza...

  Innovation and style is the hallmark of Pounders Restaurant, situated in the Hukilau Marketplace at the entrance to the Polynesian Cultural Center. Two years old and counting, Pounders hosts the same ‘daring’ can-do attitude as the waves you find at the beach it’s named after. Towards the middle of the restaurant you will find a counter top with stools strategically placed to face into the kitchen. From that vantage point, it’s rather hard to miss Pounder’s kiawe-wood-burning, Neopolitan-style brick oven used to cook their delicious pizzas. Not your...
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PCC’s Hukilau Marketplace celebrates sec...

The Polynesian Cultural Center celebrated the second anniversary of our popular Hukilau Marketplace by offering hundreds of community residents and visitors special entertainment and activities, and opening several new additions to its Roulotte Court (roulottes are popular food trucks in French Polynesia). In opening the Hukilau Marketplace in 2015, President Alfred Grace explained the Center planned this unique addition to attract drive-by, regular and community customers, as well as to “reflect on the great history and stories past of Laie.”  He was referring to the...
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Famous Laie chef partners in Hukilau Mar...

Sam Choy (inset) opens a new Seafood & Poke truck with friend, Junior Ah You Famous Hawaiian chef Sam Choy, who was born and raised right here in Laie, has partnered with Junior and Almira Ah You in opening Sam Choy & Tita’s Seafood & Poke food truck on March 11, 2017, in the Polynesian Cultural Center’s Hukilau Marketplace. The opening helped mark the second anniversary of the popular marketplace. The new seafood truck is parked next to Tita’s Grill, which the extended Ah You family operates in the roulotte or food truck court. “The food world is really...
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Exercise Your Taste Buds on Oahu’s North...

So, you’re coming to the North Shore! You have your bags packed, and your activities planned. But to truly immerse yourself in the flavor of this magical place, you also need to grab a fork and dig in! We are pleased to provide you with an overview of some of the best food Oahu’s North Shore has to offer. We have something for everyone!   Hauula North Shore Taco It’s said that they have the #1 fish taco on the North Shore. Judging by the crowds, they just might be right! Open daily 11a – 9p Korean BBQ Wide variety of yummy Korean food. Limited seating. Open M – Sat...