The 52nd annual Waikiki St Patricks Day Parade took place on Sunday, March 17, 2019. The parade started from Fort DeRussy Park and made its way through Waikiki on Kalakaua Avenue to the bandstand at Kapiolani Park.
Kaka’ako is a community of Honolulu best known for the dozens of large mural art that can be found on many of its commercial buildings. Kaka’ako is a mixed zone community located northwest of Waikiki and south of the downtown and Chinatown area.
The Honolulu Festival is Hawaii’s premier cultural event, promoting mutual understanding, economic cooperation and ethnic harmony between the people of Hawaii and the Pacific Rim region. Each year, the Festival attracts thousands of new and returning spectators who are looking for an experience unique to Hawaii. Through educational programs and activities sponsored by the Honolulu …
2019 is the “Year of the Dog” and Ala Moana Center in Honolulu featured performances from Chinese Lion Dance Assocation, Chinese Physical Culture Association, Hawaii Lion Dance Association, Gee Yung Martial Arts, Koko Head Martial Arts Academy, Lung Kong Physical Culture Association, and the Wah Ngai Lion Dance Association
The Ala Wai Canal in Honolulu is a man-made canal that was constructed during the 1920’s to drain extensive coastal wetlands for the development of the district. Ala Wai Canal stretches for two miles through Waikiki near the end of the Ala Wai watershed.
Since 2015, HiTEA Cafe has been synonymous with outstanding boba creations and authentic Asian fare. Their specialization in squeezed juices and always scratch-made meals keeps their customers coming back for more. With unique toppings like passion fruit, soft grass jelly, and azuki beans, you can truly customize your dream drink. They’re certain from the moment …
The Royal Hawaiian Center in Honolulu hosted the Lunar New Year Celebration at the Royal Grove yesterday. Spectators watched the lion dancing, the Chinese drummers, and members of the Miss Chinatown court make their appearance at the shopping center’s Royal Court area.
The Hawaiian Electric Company building is a building located in the Hawaii Capital Historic District and has stood on the corner of King Street, Richards Street, and Merchant Street since 1927. This attractive structure, designed by York and Sawyer, the same New York architects who designed the U.S. Post Office building across Richards Street from it. …
The Korean War Memorial in Hawaii is located on the grounds of the Hawaii State Capitol, and is next to the Vietnam War Memorial. Built at a cost of one million dollars, the Korean War Memorial is located under a canopy of Royal Poinciana and Hawaiian native trees.
The Lunalilo Mausoleum is one of the earliest concrete block buildings in Hawaii, and the final resting place for King Lunalilo and his father Charles Kanaina.