Monthly Archives: March 2016

New Zealand Museum Returns Artifacts to Hawaii

New Zealand’s Stuff.co.nz Website reported last week that the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, also simply known as Te Papa, had returned two priceless Hawaiian artifacts to their original home with a moving ceremony at the Bishop Museum in Honolulu. The … Continue reading

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A South Seas Classic Republished

I am pleased to share that the South Seas classic, Miss Ulysses of Puka-Puka, written by Johnny Frisbie, has been republished by Dockside Sailing Press. The book has been out of print for more than sixty years, and tells the incredible story … Continue reading

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More Guam Information

I recently came across more information regarding Mes Chamorro (Chamorro Month), as well as the 12th Festival of Pacific Arts which will be hosted by Guam in May. First, interested people can take a virtual tour of Guam Museum’s 2016 Mes … Continue reading

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More Pacific Islands Cultural Events

March is a busy month for events around the world featuring Pacific Islands culture. The Guam Museum is holding a Mes Chamorro (Chamorro Month) exhibit titled “Connections Within Our Pacific Ocean”.  Opening ceremony is Friday, March 4, 6pm at Outrigger Guam … Continue reading

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