Snapchat, the company that owns Instagram, is showing its localism in a big way in Hawai’I, and the event has been going on for about a year now.
The Snapchat Story Event, which takes place on April 22, is a chance for people to get a feel for what it’s like to live in Hawaiʻi and the people who live there.
Participants are invited to join a local group and share their own stories from around the world.
You can sign up for the event by following the links on the Snapchat homepage and clicking on the ‘Register for Event’ button.
It’s a great way to get to know a new city or meet a friend, so you can get to work or the gym without having to travel to your local coffee shop.
The event will be broadcast live on Snapchat and is being hosted by local business owner and local activist, Joe Yee.
He says that the event is a way for people who are local to be able to share stories about their experiences.
“We want to share this experience with people in Hawaii, to let people know that they can come and have a look and share a story,” he says.
The organisers are hoping that the localism event will inspire people to live more locally, and also to have a sense of community, and so it has been a way of building the local community.
“The localism project was born from an urge to help Hawaiʼi,” says Yee, “and to create a sense that people can live in our local communities and be connected to each other.”
He says he thinks that this is a very important project.
“It is a community thing, and it is something that is important for our local community,” he adds.
He points out that there is a lot of people who come to Hawaiʺi from out of state, but they come to stay and have families there, so it’s important to have that connection to them.
“If you are out of the state, you’re a different person, you can’t have a social life,” he explains.
“I would like to see Hawaiʲi become a place where people can have that sense of belonging and be a part of a community, so that’s what we’re trying to do.”
The event is free to attend, but you need to register online to participate.
It costs $50 per person.
You’ll also need to take the SnapChat Story Event challenge.
You could win $500 if you can do it the right way.
Yee says that if you win $100 in prizes, you’ll also receive $100 towards your next story event.
He’s hoping that this will make people want to do more of these stories.
“That’s why we want to expand the local story event to cover other parts of the world,” he continues.
“For example, we can have a local story about a village in Indonesia, or a local thing about an event in Australia.
The way I see it, that’s one of the reasons why I started this project in the first place.
I wanted to bring this to other countries.”
The local story is just the start of the localising campaign, and if people are able to participate, it will help to create more local stories that will have a real impact.
“A lot of stories about Hawaiʝi are coming from around Australia,” Yee explains.
He said that one of his biggest dreams was to have people tell their stories from their local communities, so they would have a greater understanding of their culture and their culture could be shared with others.
“When I hear stories of people living in Hawai`i, I just think, ‘Oh, that is great, that would be great for people in Australia to have something like that.
If you’re an Australian and you are in Hawaií, it would be amazing.'”
He hopes that this local story can help the local people in the area to become more aware of their local identity and to feel that it is important to share their stories with people around the globe.
“Local stories are about the heart, the soul, the spirit,” he concludes.
“They are the stories that people bring back to Hawai’is and bring back with them as they move around.”
Local stories are a great opportunity for the local to share what it is like to be a Hawaiian.
And Yee is hoping that his story about living in Australia will also inspire other people to take up local stories as well.
“In Australia, there’s a huge community here, and a lot more people have a story than you might imagine.
There’s a lot that we can learn from other people’s stories.”
If you want to learn more about local stories and get involved in the localisation effort, there are also some great opportunities for you to get involved.
There are lots of opportunities for people of all ages to get