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Special Programms

Linking Tongan Agriculture to the Tourism Sector

Project KULEANA Artist Interviews

Some of Hawaiʻi’s artists talk about „kuleana“ and what it means to them.


The Search for Tagaloa


Published on Jan 28, 2017

A response to a call for an „intercultural and inter-religious“ dialogue by Samoa’s Head of State, Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese. From 1838 to 1845, The Rev. John B. Stair lived in Samoa. In his „Old Samoa, or Flotsam and Jetsam from the Pacific Ocean“ he wrote of the difficulty of arriving at „anything like a clear and connected account“ of Samoan mythology as „native statements are often vague and conflicting.“ In a chapter titled „Mythology and Spirit-Lore“, the Rev. noted: „The Samoans had several divinities and a host of inferior ones, ‚lords many and gods many,‘ and they were also accustomed to deify the spirits of deceased chiefs. In addition to the homage paid to these, petitions were offered and libations of ava (sic) were poured out at the graves of deceased relatives; whilst the war clubs of renowned warriors were regarded with much superstitious reverence, if not actually worshipped, under the name of Anava.“ He went on to say: „The embalmed bodies of some chiefs were also worshipped under the significant name of Le faa-Atua-lala-ina, or made into a sun-dried god, as were also certain objects into which they were supposed to have been changed, which were called Tupua, and held to personate them.“

Note: This documentary is available free to Samoan high schools (or churches) in DVD format. Because some of the clips are utilized under Fair Use, it is intended for educational purposes only—not to be sold or resold. Please share but don’t sell it in any way or chop it up for another video. Thank you!


Published on Jul 15, 2014

One of most treasured heritage art forms in the Pacific is our dance — and expression of our social roles, status, our joy for life and our soul. In Samoa and Tonga one of the most revered dances is the Taualuga — the dance of life. Check out these tales of the Samoan Taualuga and Tonga Tau’olunga from 5 very different people in the Pacific.

Directed & Produced by Lisa Taouma

Funded by Creative New Zealand

A special Thank you to because they show great culture movies.

Musika Tama Samoa
Published on Nov 15, 2015

A music documentary by Daniel Pouesi. Narrated by Tuiaana Letuli (Pacific Talent Academy of the Arts). Created for the 2015 Samoan jazz and arts festival. Note: Mikuligi should have been translated „Mandolin“ not „Banjo.“


Love Song from Cook Island

Eine wunderschönes Liebeslied . Danke an

Culture is like love — if you hold tight, you’ll be OK. That’s the message of Mou Piri, a South Pacific love song that has touched hearts around the world. The film explores the importance of music and dance in Cook Islands culture, through the story of a romantic song that has become synonymous with island weddings.


Chuck Berry

Chuck Berry died yesterday at the 18. March 2017.

Charles Edward AndersonChuckBerry (October 18, 1926 – March 18, 2017) was an American guitarist, singer and songwriter and one of the pioneers of rock and roll music. With songs such as „Maybellene“ (1955), „Roll Over Beethoven“ (1956), „Rock and Roll Music“ (1957) and „Johnny B. Goode“ (1958), Berry refined and developed rhythm and blues into the major elements that made rock and roll distinctive. Writing lyrics that focused on teen life and consumerism, and developing a music style that included guitar solos and showmanship, Berry was a major influence on subsequent rock music.[1]

Chuck Berry Concert in 2007 in AVO Basel, Switzerland.