Historical Fiction by Michael G. Malaghan

Historical Fiction – “A Question of Loyalty”

Dusk was settling in as Kenta led his bike-riding squad down University Avenue and then right on Kapi‘olani Boulevard. As he approached Washington Place, it occurred to him that he had not waited for instructions. But he worried for nothing. On the mansion’s front lawn another sergeant with a khaki sleeve full of chevrons stood....
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Bulletin Board – VIRTUAL JAPANESE AMERICAN MEMORIAL PILGRIMAGE

WHO/WHAT: The Japanese American Memorial Pilgrimages presents “Tadaima! A Community Virtual Pilgrimage.” The virtual pilgrimage actively memorializes the history of Japanese American incarceration during World War II and celebrates the vibrancy of the Nikkei...
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Generation Gap

GENERATION GAP by Jon J. Murakami

Shushin

Bishop Ryokan Ara Tendai Mission of Hawaii Kurushii naka demo mokuhyö o motteiru hito no kao wa kagayaite iru. Even if you are suffering, if you have a goal, your face will glow.
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Community Focus – Go Back to School in the COVID-19 Economy

Older teens or young adults sitting around your house, twiddling their thumbs or video-gaming non-stop, under the stay-at-home order? Or have you long hoped to pursue higher education but had to put it off because of work? Now is the time to prepare for the future, to follow that educational dream. Except for the University....
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Community Focus – Bamboo Ridge at Home

Around since 1978, the premiere journal of the literatures of Hawaiʻi, Bamboo Ridge, has upgraded itself for the audiovisual-media-friendly era with “Bamboo Ridge at Home” (youtube.com/playlist?list=PLM9u0tLyADkCCmC92KnUZVz475_yvQe9X). The series of online videos show Hawaiʻi creative writers filmed in their living rooms while they explain the context for, then read excerpts from, their fictional stories, creative non-fiction,....
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Culture4Kids!

CULTURE 4KIDS! BY CAROLYN KUBOTA MORINISHI AND MARIAN KURASAKI KUBOTA To see this month’s project on behalf of Culture 4Kids, subscribe today to the Hawaii Herald!
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Estate Planning Insights – What is a Life Well-Lived?

Ethan R. Okura Hawai‘i Herald Columnist During the past two and a half months of lockdown, I’ve had some time to walk around the neighborhood or take breaks from working at home to ponder life, and I’ve come to some interesting realizations. Here in Hawai‘i we’ve been fortunate because COVID-19 has not killed many people....

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