By Genpachi “Jūkichi” 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...
by Rev. Paul S. Osumi
Reprinted with permission
KINDNESS AND COURAGE
On the chimney of an old farmhouse in New England these lines were written: “Two things stand in stone – kindness in another’s troubles and courage...
Köfuku to iu mono ga
Aru no dewa nai
Köfuku to omou kokoro ga
Shiawase nano desu
There is no happy or sad;
these valuations exist only
in the mind of the beholder.
– Bishop Ryokan Ara
Tendai Mission of Hawaii
Special to The Hawai’i Herald
Award-winning director, playwright, educator: these all define Taurie Kinoshita. One thing we might not know is that she was also once homeless.
It seems incongruent with a woman accomplished in...
MAUI WILDFIRES MEMORIAL SERVICE
On Sunday, Sept. 24, the Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii hosted a beautiful memorial service for the victims of the Maui wildfires. Held at Honpa Hongwanji Hawaii Betsuin and broadcasted via...
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