International Nights is a special time each year when UH Hilo students celebrate, in song and dance (and a poem this year), the many international cultures represented on campus.
The University of Hawai‘i at Hilo hosted the annual International Nights on Feb. 23 and 24, 2018. Each year, the UH Hilo International Student Association produces a two-night show that features dance performances from the many different cultures and countries represented at UH Hilo. International Nights is a long-standing tradition at the university that spans over three decades, and is a favorite event on campus among students, the community and visitors.
Photos are arranged in order of appearance during the two-night event. Click photos to enlarge.
Performing Arts Center Drama Club
Pohnpei Kaselehlie Club
“Dokia & Wen”
“Contemporary African Dance”
“Kapamilya Tayo: The Culture of the Philippines”
Kosrae Hilo Organization
“Sra Lo Tol, Hula Dance & Kasrpacsr”
“Three Treasures of Korea”
Tupulaga O Samoa Mo A Taeao
“O oe o le toa, e lua a’u pelu, o lo’u fatu, ma le atua”
Te Ora Nui
Sei Gai Ha with Japanese Student Association
“Yosakoi & Saran-bushi”
Ngelekel Belau Club
“Tribute to the 16 Mother States of Palau”
Hawai‘i Irish Dance
“Irish American Celebration!”
Tonga Otumotu Anga‘ofa
INT Dance Squad
Marshallese Iakwe Club
“Biit Dance & Song”
Bob Douglas is a local artist, photographer, and sometimes part-time student who volunteers his photography skills to the Office of the Chancellor and UH Hilo Stories. Visit his website at www.bob-douglas.com.