Kap Admired by Samoa PDF Print
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They call him ‘Kap the magic man.

At the Polynesian Cultural Centre in Laie, Hawaii, he can make anything happen. He can start a fire by rubbing two sticks together; create coconut milk in a flash and climb a slippery coconut tree on a rainy day. And he makes it look easy too.

What’s more, he cooks, or so he tells thousands of visitors to the Samoan village.

With great wit, he tells the ladies how lucky they would be if they end up with a Samoan man. “You see in Samoa, the men do all the cooking,” he said. Meet Kapeneta Suli Te’o-Tafiti. Holding the matai title of Pipi from Salelologa, Kap, a 43-year-old father of three, is truly the star of the Polynesian Cultural Centre.

About Kap PDF Print
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Talofa and Welcome to Kap Teo Tafiti's Website!

Known by all visitors at the Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) at Laie, Hawaii, as Kap, he brings the cultures of Polynesia to life through real live demonstrations.

Kap was born and raised in Samoa, Savaii and Upolu, holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Art 3D from Brigham Young University Hawaii. He is the Senior Ambassador for the Polynesian Cultural Center . He is known worldwide as a class edutainer, who has educated, and entertained Church and Government Leaders, Celebrities, and millions of people annually for more than 20 years.


He has traveled the World representing and promoting Polynesian Cultural Center, Hawaii Visitors Bureau, BYU-Hawaii, Hawaii, Samoa, and the Polynesian islands through various sports (Rugby, Taekwondo), music (Brass and Jazz) and his cultural demonstrations: through the fire dancing, fire making, weaving, coconut husking, and coconut climbing and much more....


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