Dr. Chad Sato
Hawai‘i Herald Columnist
Knowing the difference between wellness and health can be tricky. You can be healthy by conventional standards but not be well. Twenty-one years of treating 7,000 patients in my practice...
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We take pride in having provided vital benefits and services to this great nation for 85 years. America has a diverse population with a variety of needs, so we’ve created...
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Editor’s note: “A Question of Loyalty” is the second historical novel in Michael Malaghan’s trilogy on the Japanese American experience in Hawai‘i. Last year, the Herald concluded chapter-by-chapter publication...
by Rev. Paul S. Osumi
Reprinted with permission
A couple sought a minister for counseling. Their home had been a happy one for a few years, and then each became a slave to a schedule....
Tanin no ayamachi wa
Jibun no ayamachi wa
Jibun no kurushimi niwa
Tanin no kurushimi wa
Forgive the faults of others;
however, do not forgive your own.
Endure your own pain;
however, do not ignore
the pain of others.
– Bishop Ryokan...
WHO/WHAT: The Japan-America Society of Hawaii presents a virtual summer festival. The fundraiser includes learning about festivals in Japan and Hawaiʻi, getting educated about sake, and enjoying music and games. Participants can register online...
WHO/WHAT: Participants can experience the Gion District, the artistic center of classical Kyoto culture, via a virtual walking tour from Gion Main Street to Yasaka Shrine and Kenninji Temple. A local guide explains these...
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