"Polynesian cultural centre." Laie by shiran_d

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Polynesian cultural centre.

The Polynesian Cultural Center, on Oahu's northeast shore at Laie, was built by labor missionaries, in 1963 to allow students at the Church's nearby college.

Fiji Traditional costume

The Center's student employees come from an area that covers approximately 15 million square miles of the world's largest ocean -- the Pacific. The Polynesian islands are set in a rough triangle ranging from Hawaii at the northern apex to Easter Island in the southeast and New Zealand in the southwest.


Laie had become very cosmopolitan.

This great gentalman gave us all a great and unforgatable treap of performence by taking back years of natives kills

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  • In a nutshell:Seven of these island nations are represented at the Polynesian Cultural Center. All in one place.
  • Last visit to Laie: Dec 2002
  • Intro Written Feb 8, 2003
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