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Feb 27, 2012

Things To Do in Waikiki(威基基缤纷活动)

By Freelance Chinese Translator Li – English to Chinese translation services - based in China.

24 hours a day, 7 days a week, this former(旧时的) home of Hawaiian royalty(皇族) has undergone a breathtaking renaissance(文艺复兴时期). Today, Waikiki is a vibrant(精力充沛的) center of activity, a destination(目的) that showcases the spirit of Aloha to the world. Waikiki Water Activities Begin your visit by strolling(散步) along Waikiki's beautiful beaches. Stretching(延伸) from Duke Kahanamoku Beach near the Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort and Spa to the Duke Kahanamoku Statue on Kuhio Beach and beyond, you can swim, snorkel(潜水), sunbathe or take your first surfing lesson or group outrigger canoe(独木舟) ride. Who knows, you may even get a surfing or outrigger paddling(划船) lesson from one of the real Waikiki Beach Boys, instructors who come from a long line of watermen taught by Duke Kahanamoku(卡哈纳莫库)himself. Waikiki Land Activities After a day at the beach, explore Waikiki by foot, bike or even rented moped(租用摩托自行车). Learn how to strum(漫不经心的弹奏) an ukulele(四弦琴) or dance the hula at the Royal Hawaiian Center. Picnic with the family in Kapiolani Park then visit the Honolulu Zoo across the street. There are endless Waikiki attractions to explore. Or venture beyond Waikiki to Pearl Harbor or the North Shore to get the most out of your stay on Oahu. Waikiki Spas(矿泉)After a day in the surf visit a Waikiki spa to relax and unwind(放松). With some of the finest hotels and resorts on Oahu, Waikiki's excellent spas offer lomilomi(按摩术) massage(按摩推拿) and other relaxing wellness(保健) and rejuvenation(返老还童) treatments unique to the islands. Waikiki Restaurants and Bars As the sun sets, explore Waikiki's lively restaurant, bar and nightlife scene in places like the new Waikiki Beach Walk. Before you know it, the sun will rise over Waikiki again, marking a fresh new day of fun and activity.

Feb 26, 2012

Family Fun on Hawaii Island(夏威夷:家庭欢乐园)

By Freelance Chinese Translator Li – English to Chinese translation services - based in China.

As far as childhood memories go, this may be hard to beat. Watch as your kids run over several Japanese bridges in Liliuokalani Gardens(利留卡拉尼公园). See them discover ancient petroglyphs(岩画) carved into the rocks at sites along the Kohala Coast. Let them stargaze(遥望星空) through telescopes at the Ellison S. Onizuka Center for International Astronomy, 9,300 feet atop Maunakea (莫纳克亚山)(but note that the high altitude(海拔) may not be suitable for younger children). Or join them as you explore the planetarium(天文馆) and interactive exhibits(陈列) in the amazing Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii.Outdoor adventures abound at family friendly parks and beaches with lifeguards and full picnic and restroom facilities. Build a sandcastle(沙塔), explore tide pools(潮汐), or snorkel(使用水下呼吸管潜游) with your kids to catch a glimpse(瞥见) of Hawaii Island’s rich marine life. And always remember to avoid walking on coral(珊瑚) and to keep an eye on your children at all times in the water. Heed(听从) all posted signs and check with lifeguards for current conditions and to find the best spots for kids.Back on land, learn about real-life paniolo (Hawaiian cowboys) and take a wagon ride at the Kahua Ranch(卡华牧场) in Waimea. Exploring the volcano(火山) tubes and lava(熔岩) fields from an active volcano at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is an experience they’ll never forget. Whether it’s learning about astronomy, volcanology or oceanography, your children’s school excursions(短途旅游) just won’t compare(相比) after this hands-on(亲身) vacation.

Feb 20, 2012

Music of Hawaii(夏威夷的音乐)From Traditional to Contemporary

By Freelance Chinese Translator Li – English to Chinese translation services - based in China.The roots of Hawaiian music go back a thousand years and you can still hear echoes in today’s rhythms, percussion instruments(打击乐器), chants(圣歌), and vocal styles. Traditional music is generally simple in its structure and both reverent(虔诚) and haunting(难以忘怀) in the way that it’s presented. But today it’s also possible to hear variations of Hawaiian music that are diverse as the islands’ mix of cultures – everything from rock ‘n roll(摇滚乐) and rap(打击乐) to jazz(爵士) and a Hawaiian form of reggae(瑞格舞) known as Hawaiian.Music Festivals Every year, Hawaiian music is celebrated in music festivals that celebrate the uniqueness of Hawaii instruments, musicians, and songs.The Ukulele Festival (四弦琴节,尤克里里琴节)(July) at Kapiolani Park Bandstand(卡皮欧拉尼公园的室外音乐演奏台) in Waikiki(威基基) honors what many visitors believe to be a hand-me-down(旧物) from ancient Hawaii, but in reality, the ukulele was brought here by Portuguese immigrants(葡萄牙移民) at the end of the 19th century. Today, the uke(尤克里里琴) is still a fundamental part of the musical landscape(景色), not simply on stage but also at family picnics or on the beach.The Big Island’s Kona Slack Key Festival (September) pays tribute(致意) to a uniquely local way of playing the guitar – another Hawaiian music staple. Slack key is a “slacked”(缓慢的) or loosened(松弛的) tuning(调节) or technique that reflects the breezy(轻松愉快的), flowing quality of both local climate and culture.To get you started, you’ll find a sampling of Hawaii music festivals, contests, live venues, and more below.

Feb 19, 2012


By Freelance Chinese Translator Li – English to Chinese translation services - based in China.

The Honolulu Festival (檀香山节)is Hawaii's premier cultural event, promoting understanding, economic cooperation and ethnic harmony(民族团结) between the people of Hawaii and the Pacific Rim region(太平洋边陲). Hawaii’s highly celebrated Honolulu Festival will highlight the people and diversity of the Pacific and Asia through a dynamic showcase of cultural performances and exhibits(文化表演和展览), the popular Waikiki Grand Parade(怀基基盛大游行), and the spectacular Nagaoka Fireworks(壮观的长岗焰火) Show off Waikiki Beach. Past performers and exhibits dazzled guests with their amazing talents and showcased cultures from Japan, China, Taiwan, Korea, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Tahiti(塔希提岛), Canada, Alaska, and Hawaii. Honolulu Festival activities are held at various locations in and around Waikiki with the Hawaii Convention Center(夏威夷会议中心) serving as the main venue(主会场), making them easily accessible to residents and visitors alike. Admission to the majority of Festival events is free, ensuring that everyone can take part in the festivities. For more information, visit www.honolulufestival.com or follow @HonFestival on Twitter and Honolulu Festival on Facebook.