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Dialogue – Aloha ‘Oe, Sen. Akaka

DIALOGUE BY Karleen Chinen Hawai‘i is mourning the passing of a man who lived aloha all his life, the type of person our society produces too few of these days. I’m writing, of course, about retired U.S. Sen. Daniel Kahikina Akaka, who passed away on April 6 at the age of 93. We may not....
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“The Good Witch,” Sunday at 6:30 p.m.; re-airs Monday at 1 p.m. Sun-Hee Cha is a housewife and she is married to Cheon-Dae Bong. Her husband is currently unemployed. She has a twin sister, Do-Hee Cha, who works as a flight attendant. Although they are identical twins, they have completely opposite personalities. Do-Hee becomes involved....
From left: AARP Hawai‘i state president Gerry Silva, AARP Hawai‘i state director Barbara Kim Stanton, AARP national president Eric Schneidewind, state Sen. Jill Tokuda, and Hawaii Healthcare Association president and CEO Hilton R. Raethel. (Photo by Kevin Kawamoto)

Aging with Care – Education, Advocacy, Hope

AARP National President Addresses Hawai‘i Caregiver Conference Kevin Y. Kawamoto Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Gray skies and rainy conditions did not stop the hundreds of people seeking enlightenment from packing the Manoa Grand Ballroom of the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i on March 24 for AARP’s Caregiver Conference, themed, “Caring for Family, Caring for....
Comic Shushin, Apr. 20 2018 Issue

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Bishop Ryokan Ara Tendai Mission of Hawaii   Daiji na no wa Kao de wa naku Kaotsuki desu Your facial expression is more important than how you look.
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“The Poor Heiress,” Sunday at 6 p.m. “The Poor Heiress” tells the story of two rival families in a Filipino-Chinese community: the Wongs and Sy clans. The families clash over differences in culture and traditions. But hidden beneath those differences may be relationships that tie the families together in ways they don’t realize.
Several of the participants in the 2012 Zadankai (seated, from left) — former Gov. George Ariyoshi, Dr. Fujio Matsuda, Ted Tsukiyama and the Rev. Yoshiaki Fujitani, along with (standing, left) Bishop Ryokan Ara and Consul General of Japan Koichi Ito.

Community Focus – Release of Japanese Translation of “Japanese Eyes, American Heart” Volumes Celebrated

Consul General of Japan Koichi Ito hosted a reception at the Japanese Consulate on Feb. 20 to celebrate the release of the Japanese translation of the three volumes of “Japanese Eyes, American Heart.” The books were published by the Tendai Educational Foundation, headed by Bishop Ryokan Ara, in cooperation with the Hawaii Nikkei History Editorial....
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Community Focus – “Voices Behind Barbed Wire: Stories of Hawaii Island”

The Hawai‘i Japanese Center, in partnership with the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i, will present two showings of the documentary film, “Voices Behind Barbed Wire: Stories of Hawai‘i Island,” on Saturday, April 28, at the HJC in Hilo. The showings are scheduled for 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. The film is part of the JCCH’s four-part....
Inset: Richard Blue crafted a special mallet to ring the bell. Blue and his wife Amy often accompanied her father, Tetsuji “Kelly” Tagawa, on visits to the grave of his older brother, Yoriyoshi, who was among the five who died on Haleakalä in 1923.

History – Maui Temple Bell Rekindles Memories of 1923 Tragedy

Melissa Tanji Special to The Hawai‘i Herald After more than 30 years of silence, a temple bell cast in Japan in the 1920s sounded once again last month in Upcountry Maui. It was rung in memory of five young men who died tragically nearly a century ago while on a Good Friday weekend hike to....

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