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A portrait of Hawaii business life

photo: Olivier Koning

>> It’s break time at the Polynesian Cultural Center and Maori performers sit outside Wharerunanga, the house of learning, in the re-created Aotearoa village. The Maori, which means "true people," perform five times a day, communicating the culture of Aotearoa to the 825,000 people that visit Polynesian Cultural Center each year.

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