Return to Pukapuka

Amelia Rachel Hokule’a Borofsky, Psy.D, is a community and cross-cultural psychologist based in Hawaii and the Cook Islands. She returned to Pukapuka to learn, write and give back to her childhood atoll and community.

Making mats in Pukapuka

Sunday March 24, 2013

Dr Amelia Hokule’a Borofsky, who grew up in Pukapuka and Hawai’i, has returned to her childhood atoll to learn, teach and write.

Bringing the world to Wale

Wednesday March 20, 2013

Niua School and Pukapuka welcomed the Ministry of Education with a traditional challenge chant, eis, niu, ula pau and four feeds of fish, kaveu and taro over two days.

Pukapuka soccer comp wraps up

Monday March 18, 2013

The soccer tournament in Pukapuka finished last week after two weeks of non-stop adrenaline, prayer and passion.

Pukapuka awaits new water tanks

Monday March 11, 2013

Dr Amelia Hokule’a Borofsky, who grew up in Pukapuka and Hawaii, has returned to the atoll to live, listen, learn and write.

Being a woman of the village

Friday March 08, 2013

Dr Amelia Hokule’a Borofsky, who grew up in Pukapuka and Hawaii, has returned to the atoll to live, listen, learn and write.

Pukapuka completes celebrations

Tuesday February 26, 2013

Dr Amelia Hokule’a Borofsky, who grew up in Pukapuka and Hawai’i, has returned to the atoll to live, listen, learn and write.

Celebrating our diversity

Monday February 25, 2013

Dr Amelia Hokule’a Borofsky, who grew up in Pukapuka and Hawai’i, has returned to the atoll to live, listen, learn and write.

Myths about Pukapuka

Friday February 22, 2013

Freelance journalist Amelia Borofsky is a regular contributor to Cook Islands News. Borofsky is based in Pukapuka where she spent her formative years when her father was stationed there as an anthropologist for the University of Hawaii.

Empower ownership of development

Thursday February 21, 2013

Freelance journalist Amelia Borofsky is a regular contributor to Cook Islands News.

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