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Generation Gap

Generation Gap By Jon J. Murakami

NGN3 May Movie Schedule

FRIDAY, MAY 1 Midnight – Prison Walls of Abashiri 4 1:40 a.m. – An Edo Magistrate 3:10 a.m. – The Bandits 4:40 a.m. – The Third Ninja 6:20 a.m. – Four Hours of Terror 7:40 a.m. – Traveling in Party 9:20...
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Handicap

by Rev. Paul S. Osumi Reprinted with permission Do you have some handicap? Are you having a hard time? Stop pitying yourself. Accept your hand as it was dealt to you and play the game. Don’t...

“Name The Cherry Blossom Festival Queen” Contest Winners

Toshi Shimizu of Pearl City was the first prize winner of Hawaii Hochi Ltd.’s 32nd “Name the Cherry Blossom Festival Queen” contest. Shimizu, who also won first prize last year, was one of two...

Avoid Cirrhosis Of The Liver And Liver Cancer (Part Three/Final)

Liver Danger Signals If detected and treated early on, it is not only possible to slow the advance of cirrhosis of the liver and liver cancer, but it becomes possible to live a normal daily...
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KIKU – Channel 9 (For updated information, call 847-2021)

“Doctors (TV Asahi),” premieres on Monday, May 18, at 9 p.m. Kousuke Sagara is a highly skilled surgeon working at a corrupt hospital. There is a kind side to Kousuke that is evident in his...

A New Home For Japan’s Cherry Blossom Trees In Hawaii?

Gwen Battad Ishikawa I stare out at the cherry blossoms In marvel and joy I watch them bloom Then they burst out with their effloresces As though awaking from mother nature’s womb, And there I watch awestruck and in...
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Community Focus – The Show Aloha Challenge

The City and County of Honolulu has partnered with local restaurants, businesses and nonprofit organizations to carry out the “Show Aloha Challenge” initiative. It is a collaboration to deliver thousands of meals to küpuna for free. During Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s “stay-at-home” order, many homebound seniors will need more support with home meal deliveries. If they....

Aloha ‘Oe Tagata-San… Aloha Taro-San

Karleen C. Chinen Aloha is that special Hawaiian word that expresses many sentiments. We say “Aloha . . .,” or “Aloha ‘oe,” in bidding someone special a fond farewell. And, we also say “Aloha ....

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