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Historical Fiction – “CHILD OF A HAWAIIAN IMMIGRANT”

By Genpachi “Jükichi” Tsushima Translation by Kan Edmund Akatani Special to The Hawai‘i Herald “Child of a Hawaiian Immigrant” is a historical novel that conveys the events, social conditions and life of the author’s own immigration and...
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ACCEPTING HUI O LAULIMA GRANT APPLICATIONS Applications are currently being accepted for the Hawaii United Okinawa Association’s Hui O Laulima 2023 Cultural Grant. Hui O Laulima is a women’s organization that promotes Okinawan culture and...
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IS IT A LEGUME OR VEGETABLE?

Ryan Tatsumoto Hawai‘i Herald Columnist I’m not sure how many of you remember that science experiment from elementary school where the teacher placed these little green seeds on a tray lined with wet paper towels and...

In Our Community – HAWAII HOCHI, LTD. SHINTŌ BLESSING

Photos by Wayne Shinbara On Tuesday, April 5, Bishop Daiya Amano and Rev. Jun Miyasaka of the Izumo Taisha Mission of Hawaii conducted a Shintōblessing of the new Hawaii Hochi facility at 2736 Waiwai Loop....
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Real Possibilities – UPCOMING WORKSHOPS FOR KŪPUNA

Improve Your Online Skills, Get Fit and Protect Yourself and ‘Ohana From Fraud  Craig Gima Hawai‘i Herald Columnist As we come out of the pandemic (fingers crossed), one of the lessons learned is how important it is...
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UKIYO-E WOODBLOCK PRINT SALE In the spirit of Obon season, original prints of old Japan’s floating world are being offered for sale for the first time at Hawaii’s Plantation Village. The prints were purchased in...

Ready, Set… Grow! – MAY DAY IS LEI DAY IN HAWAI‘I

Amy Tsuneyoshi Hawai‘i Herald Columnist Can you believe it is already April? May will be here before we know it, and you know what that means – Lei Day! Lei Day is celebrated on May 1...

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