Peace Boat Docked In Honolulu

Gwen Battad Ishikawa On July 12, a luxury cruise ship docked at Honolulu Harbor. Unlike other cruise ships that bring tourists to our Islands, Peace Boat carried not only tourists, but also eight hibakusha (atomic...
Ron Mizutani, President and CEO of Hawaii Food Bank, along side a young girl, storing bags of food on a flat bed

Lead Story – ” … My Turn to Give Back”

Hawaii Foodbank President Ron Mizutani Comes Full Circle Jodie Chiemi Ching This past April’s devastating floods forced residents of Kaua‘i’s North Shore to once again muster their inner strength and power through the crisis. It was almost a repeat of September 1992, when Hurricane ‘Iniki, a category 4 storm, came ashore on the Garden Island,....

“Diversity Is America’s Great Strength”

Adm. Harry B. Harris Jr. Published with Permission Editor’s note: The month of May is recognized as Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the heritages of people of Asian and Pacific Island backgrounds. On...
Photo from 'The Count of Monte-Cristo'

NGN Programs

“Fukuoka Renai Hakusho (Love Stories from Fukuoka),” Fridays, October 5 and 12 at 7:35 p.m. "Love Stories from Fukuoka is based on real-life stories submitted by viewers in Fukuoka about thier personal experiences with love, loss and longing. They will warm your heart. Fully subtitled in English. “Zettai Redido (Absolute Zero),” premieres Wednesday, October 10....

Governor

1) AS GOVERNOR, WHAT WILL BE YOUR TOP FIVE PRIORITIES UPON TAKING OFFICE? JAMES “DUKE” AIONA (Republican) Hawai‘i will be facing some significant challenges in the next four years and, as such, the governor of this...

“…All Gave Some, And Some Gave All”

Retired Judge Thomas Kaulukukui Jr. Published with Permission Editor’s note: The following is the speech that retired Circuit Judge Thomas Kaulukukui Jr. prepared for delivery to World War II Nisei veterans of the 100th Infantry Battalion,...

Natto Time: Talk Story and Demo

WHO/WHAT: Musician, educator and “natto demonstrator” Eien Hunter-Ishikawa will talk about natto (fermented beans), which is regarded as a “superfood” in Japan. Natto is known for its many health benefits including cardiovascular health, brain...
Group photo of campaign supporters holding signs featuring 'Sharon Moriwaki' with Democratic Candidate, Sharon Moriwaki

Political Advertorials – Sharon Moriwaki “A Voice for US at the State Capitol”

Democratic Candidate for State Senate District 12 — Waikïkï, Ala Moana, Kaka‘ako, Sheridan, McCully, Mö‘ili‘ili My name is Sharon Moriwaki. I was born into a Sheridan-area home and have been a Kaka‘ako resident for the last decade. I’ve seen how much unchecked luxury tower construction has changed our neighborhood. Offshore investors came first, residents were wrongly....

Hanamatsuri – WHAT THE BUDDHA’S BIRTHDAY MEANS TODAY

Rev. Reyn Yorio Tsuru Commentary, Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Almost 2,600 years ago in the gardens of Lumbini, a historical figure was born whose influence on humankind cannot be understated. Conceptually speaking, the ideas...
Diehard bon dance enthusiasts got an early start on the evening, dancing to recorded music before the sun had set and the live musicians had arrived.

In Our Community – Haleiwa Jodo Mission Obon Festival

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