Everyone had a lot of fun with Chinese zodiac signs, handicrafts, painting, brush writing, lion and dragon dancing, flute and singing performances, group and solo fan dances, a photo corner and more.
Keynote speakers Cybil Glendon-Baclig and Trisha Olayon are alumnae of the UH Hilo tropical conservation biology and environmental science graduate program.
The exhibition, featuring acclaimed Black artists, is a sampling of four distinct approaches to form and visual media.
Items in the store are donated by UH Hilo faculty, staff, students, and the surrounding community to ease students’ worries about essentials and help them focus on succeeding in school.
The Barrio Fiesta, held on UH Hilo campus, is a bright and lively event to bring the Filipino-American community together in Hilo.
The annual event demonstrates unity among nations represented at UH Hilo and shows that aloha and compassion among different peoples is possible and powerful.