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Made in Morocco

| March 7, 2013 | Parties

THE PARTY As part of the King Mohammed VI Week in Hawai‘i festivities, the Hawai‘i State Art Museum went international as it unveiled the Moroccan monarch’s gift to the islands, an exquisitely handcrafted fountain that was shipped tile by tile to Hawai‘i. THE PLAYERS Gov. Neil Abercrombie, Hawaii News Now’s Teri Okita, Moroccan Honorary Counsul Jan Rumi and a host of visiting Moroccan dignitaries, including Mohamed Ouzzine and Bourkia Abdelkabir THE SCENE Kumu Hula Blaine Kia brought a touch of drama as he blessed the fountain. Following the night’s speeches, guests enjoyed exquisite Moroccan sweets. Jonas Maon


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