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Culturised Podcast – Taetum Lynn Kalani – Miss Pu’uloa Teen 2020

December 5, 2020

Hosted by Makani Tabura

The focus of this show will be to introduce the Hawaii not many visitors and oftentimes’ Local residents don’t know, hear about or experience. We will feature guests that are “cultured” in certain aspects of Hawaiian culture to share their knowledge and Mana’o on what makes up our Native Hawaiian culture. The history, language, arts, education, and people. Guests will be Community leaders, artists, Kumu Hula, Kahu and everyday Hawaiian people.

Episode #3 – Featuring Taetum Lynn Kalani – Miss Pu’uloa Teen 2020

Taetum Lynn Kalani is Miss Pu’uloa Teen and Royal International Miss Hawai’i Teen 2020. She is a Senior at Mililani High School & will be graduating with honors on May 16, 2021. As a student of Hālau Hula Olana since the age of three, She has participated numerous times in the Keiki Hula Competition honoring the last reigning Monarch of Hawaii, Queen Liliʻuokalani as well as in the world renowned Merrie Monarch Hula Festival honoring King David Kalākaua. She has performed alongside various award winning local & internationally known musicians, referred to not only as a Hula Dancer but as an “Ambassador of Aloha”. Taetum’s ambition is to continue to share her story, message, and love for her culture & for all people. It is her goal to educate & inspire others through the Miss Hawaii Teen USA platform about living with the spirit of A.L.O.H.A. She is proud to be Hawaiian & proud to be from Hawaii.

WATCH IT HERE: https://culturised.com/

The Culturised TV Show/Podcast would eventually like to feature different cultures within Hawaii, such as Samoan, Filipino, Korean, Japanese and Chinese that have contributed to what has today become known as “Island Culture.”

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Date:
December 5, 2020
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Website:
https://culturised.com/

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HI United States
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