By: Kimo Jenkins, Director, Product Development & Implementation Cultural Guide
In Hawai‘i we greet each other by saying “aloha” or “howzit” or “what’s up” or “pehea ‘oe – how are you?” All appropriate greetings.
When we part company different terms are used – “aloha ‘oe” being the most well-known – meaning goodbye or farewell. However, when true friends, colleagues or ‘ohana-family part ways, it is appropriate and meaningful to say “a hui hou – until we meet again”.
Ms. Andi McIntosh – you’ve become a valued and loved part of our Island Partners Hawai‘i ‘ohana and we are all going to miss you. Much success in your new endeavors – You Go Girl!
A Hui Hou – Until We Meet Again