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Adrian Kamalii
Adrian was born and raised in Hawai‘i on the island of Maui; politics and Hawaiian culture were large factors in his upbringing. For the last 10 years Adrian has represented clients as a publicist and lobbyist –- by his account, it’s all about telling a story. Adrian has worked with a broad gamut of clients from local non-profits to international hotel brands and even celebrities.

His posts will cover his globetrotting, his culture, and local and national goings on, all interpreted through his Hawaiian eyes.

The views contained in his Huffington Post blog posts are all his own.

Twitter: @akamalii
Instagram: @hwnpublicist
Company Twitter: @paeainapr
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Entries by Adrian Kamalii

Indigenous Knowledge Leads a Worldwide Voyage

(0) Comments | Posted June 5, 2014 | 5:26 PM

In the span of history, in the rise and fall of great kingdoms, in the measurement of evolution, the last two millennia is but a blink in the culmination of years, yet much of what we know, how we teach, what we legislate and how we operate today as humans...

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#SpeakAmerican? Sure.

(0) Comments | Posted February 6, 2014 | 2:04 PM

Over is the yearlong wait for the annual mega-football game -- if that's what you want to call this year's bowl. While I enjoy each year's representation of sportsmanship and the strategy behind each team's physical prowess, I grow more interested when the commercials start to air. As a publicist,...

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Tips on Being a Conscientious Traveler

(2) Comments | Posted January 28, 2014 | 12:59 PM

I recently took part in a twitter discussion on travel. Every Thursday, Travelers' Night imposes questions to the tworld on travel, travel experiences and everything of the like. We track everyone's ideas and experiences with #TNI. It's the first time I've participated, and certainly enjoyed in the sharing of everyone's...

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Hawai'i: Worthy of a Presidential Library

(0) Comments | Posted January 23, 2014 | 10:54 AM

With the First Family's annual Hawai'i winter vacation wrapped up and 2014 is well on its way, the discussions of a Presidential Library are growing ever louder. With these discussions comes the inevitable typology of business, academia and importance versus sand, surf and sea. Or should I say, unawareness versus...

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