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February 16, 2018 Columnists

The 2017 UJSH Young Achievers with their respective kenjinkai president (from left): UJSH president Sheree Tamura, Honolulu Fukuoka Kenjin Kai “Achiever” Janelle Settsu with president Fusayo “Fussy” Nagai; Hawaii United Okinawa Association Achiever Brandon Ing with president Vince Watabu; and Honolulu Fukushima Kenjin Kai Achiever Karly Kanehiro with president Wallace Watanabe.

Community Focus – United Japanese Society Welcomes “Year of the Dog”

Members and supporters of the United Japanese Society of Hawaii welcomed the “Year of the Dog” with a festive New Year’s celebration on Jan. 6 at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i. Students from the...
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Generation Gap

GENERATION GAP by Jon J. Murakami
Mike Tokunaga (far left), representing S. Tokunaga Store, is pictured with JCAH president Ivan Nakano (center) and Nikkei Kigyo Award Banquet co-chair Roland Higashi. (Photos courtesy JCAH)

Spotlight – JCAH “Nikkei Kigyo Banquet” Honors Kuwaye Trucking Inc. and S. Tokunaga’s Store

The Hilo-based Japanese Community Association of Hawaii presented its 2018 Nikkei Kigyo Award to Kuwaye Trucking, Inc. (established in 1912) and S. Tokunaga Store (established in 1920) at its Fifth Annual Nikkei Kigyo Banquet...
Comic Shushin, Feb. 16 2018 Issue

Shushin

Bishop Ryokan Ara Tendai Mission of Hawai Shakkin wa shinai hou ga ii Shikashi, Seikou shita hito wa Shakkin wo kaesu koto kara Hajimatta It is better not to have any debts, But people that have succeeded, started by...
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Hakuoh Handbell Choir to Perform in Hawaii

WHO/WHAT: The Hakuoh Handbell Choir celebrates its 30th Anniversary this year and will again be in Hawai‘i for public and private concerts. Hakuoh University’s music director, Professor Hirotaka Arai, established the handbell choir in 1988....

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