In this age of technology that seem to satisfy our communication needs and connect us to the outside world, it is no surprise that our daily and social interactions seem to be programmed by digital devices, especially with our young people. Almost every young person has a cellphone or smartphone where you can text, take/send pictures, and chat with families and friends on Facebook or Instagram. Although it may seem convenient, but is it replacing our interpersonal communication relations with one another? O le Va Fealoa’i – communication relation or space between two or more people is the protocol of respect when engaging in a conversation with one another or between parents and children. The goal of this project is “to increase knowledge of the Samoan cultural protocols and values of interpersonal communication relations.