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http://atr.k12.hi.us/news/sum99/sum99pg2.html (picture of the Hokulea Canoe)
http://chiangmai-chiangrai.com/lk-lant.htm (picture of small lantern)
http://chineseculture.about.com/library/weekly/aa093097.htm (picture of moon cake)
http://chinesefood.about.com/library/weekly/aa091099.htm (picture of beautiful multicolored moon cake,picture of close up of a traditional moon cake)
http://gohawaii.about.com/library/guidepicks/aapr_Pele_herb_kane.htm (picture of Chinatown)
http://gohawaii.about.com/library/weekly/aa082901a.htm?terms=Luau (picture of an "imu" or underground oven)
http://gov.state.hi.us/ (picture of Governor Benjamin Cayetano)
http://iml.jou.ufl.edu/projects/students/hwang/home.htm (picture of Korean food)
http://kauila.k12.hi.us/~ebuloski/plantation (picture of Filipino man collecting sugarcane, picture of Chinese man digging up the dead sugarcane, picture of Hawaiian lady using the leftover sugarcane, picture of missionaries to Hawaii, and picture ofSamoan man)
http://libweb.hawaii.edu/libdept/congressional/fong/bio.htm (picture of Hiram Fong)
http://mcel.pacificu.edu/as/students/hawaii/critbib.html (picture of immigrant school children)
http://mufi.net (picture of Mufi Hanneman)
http://netcall.com.mx/milenio/el_descubrimiento_de_australia.htm (picture of Captain James Cook)
http://opmanong.ssc.hawaii.edu/filipino/plantation.html (picture of Sakadas at work)
http://starbulletin.com/2002/07/07/editorial/special2.html (picture of Vietnam, picture of Governor Ben and chairmen of Vietnam, picture of lychee street seller)
http://www.achp.gov/defenseexcerpt.html (picture of Pearl Harbor)
http://www.adoptvietnam.org/Vietnamese/celebrations.htm (picture of lady selling fruit)
http://www.aloha.com/~hvguides/ (picture of petroglyphs)
http://www.aloha-hawaii.com/a_makahiki.shtml (picture of Makahiki festival, gifts to god Lono)
http://www.apa.si.edu/ongoldmountain/gallery1/gallery1.html (picture of Chinese immigrants on the ship).
http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~TP1Y-TKHS/ematsuri.htm (picture of people buying food and drinks, women in dresses dancing to music)
http://www.awsore805.com/awesome80/science/space/shuttle/challenger_tragedy/challenger_ellison_onizuka.asp (picture of Ellison Onizuka)
http://www.boondocksnet.com/centennial/index.html (picture of plantation workers by railroad)
http://www.chinavista.com/experience/nianhua/nianhua.html (picture of fish boy)
http://www.cindees.com/generic5.html (picture of roasted pig)
http://www.clickasia.co.kr/about/h101.htm (picture of yute game, ladies bowling)
http://www.clipsahoy.com/webgraphics2/as2389.htm (picture of mulitcultural children)
http://www.coffetimes.com/pioneers.htm (picture of woman picking Kona coffe)
http://www.defenselink.mil/specials/vietnamtrip/symbolicvisit.html (picture of U.S. officials and Vietnam government)
http://www.ginkoya.com/pages/childrensday.html (picture of carp flags)
http://www.gracefoods.com/Carib_Fruits/Fruit_dict2.asp (picture of sugar cane)
http://www.hawaiidemocrats.org/oalbum/album2002/Candidate%20Photo%20Waihee.html (picture of Governor Waihee and son)
http://www.ifa.hawaii.edu/mko/ (picture of Mauna Kea observatories)
http://www.internet-at-home.com/hos_mcgrane/holidays/2_yuko.html (picture of Japanese armor)
http://www.isei.or.jp/August_cartions.html (picture of lanterns floating)
http://www.islander-magazine.com/port.html (picture of King Kalakaua, picture of plantation workers, picture of women workers)
http://www.islandexployer.us/samoan_culture/culturehtml (picture of a Matai dancing)
http://www.jadedragon.com/archives/cooking/filipino/html (picture of lumpia)
http://www.kalaniosullivan.com/Hawaii/Kamehameha63/ (picture of Governor John Burns)
http://www.ling.ohio-state.edu/~ncipollo/gallery/schools/mochi (picture of boys pounding mochi)
http://www.nhk-chubu-brains.co.jp/DDT-E/aichi/touei/Bonodori.html (picture of man hanging white cloth to guide ancestors)
http://www.onf.doc.come (picture of plantation workers
http://www.pacom.mil/imagery/archive/0105photos/archive0105.htm (picture of military in front of ship)
http://www.psywarrior.com/blackburn.jpg (picture of soldier)
http://www.sinfonia.or.jp/~infortec/hotspots/boracay/tinikl.htm (picture of people tinikling)
http://www.spiritweavers.com/Gallery/hawaii-beach.html (picture of a beach in Hawaii)
http://www.starzoftommorrow.com/elective.htm (picture of two girls dancing Tinikling)
http://www.szumo.hu/fotok/FOTO2KON.HTM (picture of Konishiki)
http://www.tourism.city.hiroshima.jp/english/level7/h050100005.htm (picture of lanterns in a city)
http://www.uoregon.edu/~uocomm/inquiry/f96/art6.html (Picture of Asian and Caucasian businessmen)
http://www.vietmedia.com/culture/?L=tet.html (picture of women getting ready for Tet, picture of military men)
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