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Witnessing a traditional Pe'a (tattoo) done in Samoa

Vic Stefanu | Posted 07.05.2016 | Travel
Vic Stefanu

The Pe'a is the popular name of the traditional male tatau (tattoo) of Samoa and it covers the body from waist to the knees. The word tattoo in the En...

Fiji:Just Another Island Boy Living in America

Brad Puet | Posted 12.09.2016 | Arts
Brad Puet

Recently I had the opportunity to interview one of island reggae's legendary artists, Fiji (George Brooks Veikoso). He's one of the pioneers of the is...

Mariota Taking Hawaii to New Heights in the NFL

Wayne Coito | Posted 05.04.2016 | Sports
Wayne Coito

Marcus Mariota is the next in line of Hawai'i football greats. But unlike his forebears, he has catapulted his state -- his people -- into a spotlight where the beam shines much brighter.

J Boog: Hear Me Roar

Brad Puet | Posted 12.15.2014 | Entertainment
Brad Puet

All Images Copyright Brad Puet Recently I had the honor of meeting, photographing, and interviewing J Boog of Wash House Music. He was on the last l...

WATCH: Polynesian Fire Knife Dancers Go All Out For World Championship

The Huffington Post | Clarke Reilly | Posted 05.10.2014 | Travel

Your mother may have told you that you should never play with fire, but there's no rule against watching someone else do it. This week, the world's...

Carnival Crew Melting Pots: Mexicans, South Africans not "us"

Michael Sean Comerford | Posted 10.10.2013 | Travel
Michael Sean Comerford

Carnivals are melting pots of ethnicity, with Mexicans and South Africans leading the way. The globalization of world's labor force hasn't left out carnivals.

Swine Flu May Upset Affectionate Greetings | SEWELL CHAN | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living

When it comes to avoiding the transmission of swine flu - without awkwardness or rudeness - perhaps the Samoans are best prepared. "In Samoa, people ...