Serious Hula

Hoppough, Suzanne
April 2007
Forbes Asia;4/23/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 7, p74
The article reports that hula, a traditional Hawaiian dance, has gained international recognition. The annual Hula Festival is hosted by Germany. In Japan, companies like corporate travel giant Kintetsu International sponsor hula tournaments. Dance teacher Nani Lim Yap says that Hula enthusiasts in Spain, Taiwan and the U.S. are willing to pay high fees to learn hula.


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