Ka‘iu Kimura — ‘Imiloa’s Yonsei Navigator

Margaret Shiba Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Editor’s note: In all honesty, I had mixed feelings when contributing writer Margaret Shiba suggested doing a story on Ka‘iu Kimura. From what I knew about Ka‘iu, she was...
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KIKU — Channel 9 (Oceanic Cable) and 20 (Hawaiian Telcom)

“My Prince (Yomiuri TV),” premieres on Monday, May 23, at 8 p.m. Takako Hara has a history of failed romances and is resigned to a life of loneliness. At only 32,  she is convinced she...
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KBFD — Korean Programming

“My Daughter, Sawol,” Sunday at 6:30 p.m./re-airs Monday at 1 p.m. Sa Wol grew up in the orphanage with her two best friends, Oh Wol and Hye Sang. Min Ho Oh comes to adopt Hye...

NGN — Digital Channel 677 (For updated information, call 538-1966)

NGN 3 MOVIE CHANNEL (Digital Ch. 679) Premiere titles air on Friday. “Movie of the Month” premieres on the first Saturday. Movies are shown at various times. Check your digital on-screen guide for movie schedules,...

“Name The Cherry Blossom Festival Queen” Contest Winners

On March 31, Cherry Blossom Festival Queen Alexis Okihara drew the winners of the 33rd “Name the Cherry Blossom Festival Queen” contest, sponsored by The Hawai‘i Herald and Hawaii Hochi. Elaine Higaki of Mänoa was...
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8*0*8

8*0*8 By Dennis Fujitake

Panels Explore Buddhist Diversity In Hawai‘i

Of the 112,000 people in Hawai‘i who identify themselves as Buddhists, approximately 20,000 are members of Japanese temples. The remaining 92,000 people belong to other Buddhist organizations, or simply think of themselves as being...

Alexis Sayuri Okihara Selected Cherry Blossom Queen

Gwen Battad Ishikawa “Grateful” and “excited” are two words that Alexis Sayuri Okihara used throughout her interview at the Hawaii Hochi, Ltd. offices a week after she was crowned the 64th Cherry Blossom Festival queen. The...
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Generation Gap

GENERATION GAP By Jon J. Murakami
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Today’s Thought

by Rev. Paul S. Osumi TO LIVE IS TO SUFFER To live is to suffer in many ways. We can never change that fact. But the decisive thing is not the event itself but our reaction...

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