Saturday, February 15, 2014

Polynesia, Hawaii: Ali'i Luau

Anciently, the luau was a lavish feast to honor royalty or foreign dignitaries, and Ali'i refers to ruling class in ancient Hawaii (sometimes called as "king"as well). So Ali'i Luau means "feast fit for a king". Here is one part of re-created Ali'i Luau- arrival of Ali'i 'aimoku- the king of the Big Island, Hawaii.

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