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Health Information – the Power of the Tiny Bean (Part 1)

Long ago, when food was scarce, beans were an important source of protein. But as food became more abundant, the venerable bean was all but forgotten. In this article we will examine everything you...
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Community Kokua – CPB Foundation Donates Over $300,000 to #KeepHawaiiCooking

In less than a week, local families joined with Central Pacific Bank and Central Pacific Bank Foundation’s #KeepHawaiiCooking initiative to achieve a goal of 10,000 meals shared with the community, by splitting the bill and covering 50 percent of the tab for food ordered from favorite local restaurants. The program, which launched on March 27,....
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Business – COVID-19, A Restaurant Owner’s Perspective

How Can the Hardest Hit Local Businesses Survive? Chef Alan Wong Commentary, Special to The Hawai‘i Herald This is a chaotic, stressful, fearful and uncertain time for everyone. We are in uncharted waters. There is so much information available today, it is mind-boggling. And so, instead of talking about what you may have already heard,....
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Estate Planning Insights – Helpful New Laws During the Coronavirus Disaster

Ethan R. Okura Hawai‘i Herald Columnist Congress recently passed two very important federal laws that were signed into law by the president in response to the COVID-19/coronavirus outbreak. This column is a summary of key points that may be of benefit to you — my dear readers — and your family members. The first law....
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Generation Gap

GENERATION GAP by Jon J. Murakami
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8•0•8 By Dennis Fujitake
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Today’s Thought

by Rev. Paul S. Osumi Reprinted with permission YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU There is a famous play entitled, “You Can’t Take It With You.” It is foolish to devote all our time and effort in...
Comic Shushin, April 17 2020 Issue


Bishop Ryokan Ara Tendai Mission of Hawaii Donna toki demo, Arigatou no hitokoto wo wasurenai koto. Always remember to say "Thank you."

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