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Sakai with several Rwandan orphans who she helped overcome trauma. Many of them saw their parents die in the genocide and used TFT to help stop nightmares and overcome post-traumatic stress disorder. (Photo courtesy Caroline Sakai)

Holistic Healing – Journeys to Wellness VIII, Healing is an Inside Job

Keynote Speaker Dr. Sakai Talks About “Tapping” Trauma Away Jodie Chiemi Ching Commentary This past September, I attended the Sunrise Foundation Hawaii’s annual “Journeys To Wellness VIII” — “A gathering offering thoughtful reflections and spiritual practices toward achieving a healthy and harmonious body, mind, spirit and community.” Our editor here at The Herald, Karleen Chinen, knew....
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Dear Frances – Timeless Memories, Moving Memories

Frances Kakugawa Hawai‘i Herald Columnist I am writing this column before I leave for Hawai‘i to give several talks on caregiving and to introduce my new book on Kapoho. To be honest, I’m feeling a bit burnt out after spending much of my last 20 years doing talks on the road. As fate would have....

Political History – The Gift of Author-Historian Tom Coffman

Pre-World War II AJA History Helped Coffman Understand Contemporary Hawai‘i Richard Borreca Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Acclaimed Hawai‘i author and historian Tom Coffman realized what would become the signature theme for his writing in a surprisingly successful meeting more than thirty years ago in the koa-paneled office of Hawai‘i’s governor. The meeting was odd....
Ryler Nielsen and his wife Lauren at Manzamo, located on the western coast of Okinawa island, facing the East China Sea. Manzamo is a breezy, grassy area said to be able to seat 10,000 people. The newlyweds visited Okinawa last year. (Photos courtesy Ryler Nielsen)

Profile – The Red-Headed Uchinanchu-At-Heart

Ryler Nielsen Carries Okinawa in His Heart Alan Suemori Special to The Hawai‘i Herald In his dream, Ryler Nielsen is walking through the winding streets of the neighborhoods of his youth in Chatan and Yomitan on the island of Okinawa, surrounded by old friends and familiar landmarks. Nothing has changed, and yet, everything is even....
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Ryan’s Table – Holiday Cocktails

Ryan Tatsumoto Hawai‘i Herald Columnist Although eggnog is a favorite during the holiday season, the classic rum and whisky-laden crème and eggs tend to make me feel a little bloated. And I’ll never turn down a flute of Champagne, however, I prefer to wait until the New Year to do my uncorking. Of course, we....
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Your Social Security – SS Help for Veterans and Active Duty Military

YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY By Jane Yamamoto-Burigsay
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Historical Fiction – “A Question of Loyalty”

Michael G. Malaghan Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Shivers’ futile efforts to find any spies over the past two years paralleled the growing affection he and his wife felt for Sue. All of his instincts, nurtured by decades of experience, were being challenged. Despite Washington’s hysteria prophesying their disloyalty, any Issei or Nisei in Hawai‘i....
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