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Treasures at UH Hamilton Library: Hawley/Sakamaki Collection

WHO/WHAT: Hamilton Library’s Asia Collection is home to the world-renowned Sakamaki/Hawley Collection containing over 5,000 items, most of which is Ryukyu and Okinawa source materials from the 1400s to the 1960s. The collection is...
Genpachi Tsushima and his wife, Alice Shizue, on the occasion of his receiving the Order of the Rising Sun imperial decoration from the Government of Japan in 1973. (Photos courtesy the Tsushima family)

In Their Own Words – “… We Were Interned for Nothing”

Gail Honda Special to The Hawai‘i Herald The following interview write-up is the second of seven that will be published in The Hawai‘i Herald this year in conjunction with the 75th anniversary of the opening of the Honouliuli Internment Camp. It is part of a series titled, “In Their Own Words.” In 1980, I was....
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Generation Gap

GENERATION GAP by Jon J. Murakami
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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....
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Health Information – Sayonara to the Raw Vegetable Myth (Part 7)

Vegetables Are Better Cooked Why do human beings need to eat vegetables in the first place? Today, human beings are said to require 300 grams of vegetables each day. “Vegetables contain vitamins such as A and C,...
Members of the B Company, 100th Infantry Battalion/442nd RCT Reenactment Group were all smiles and shakas as they gathered for a group photo with MIS veteran Glen Arakaki (center wearing baseball cap) and Lawrence Enomoto (behind Arakaki, wearing garrison cap). (Photos courtesy Ann Kabasawa and Clyde Sugimoto)

Lead Story – Aloha Sakura Trees of Friendship

A Living Legacy of Nisei Soldiers in Maizuru Lawrence M.G. Enomoto Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Sixty-eight years ago, a Nisei soldier from Hawai‘i arranged for the planting of 100 cherry tree saplings on a hill overlooking the war-torn Japanese port town of Maizuru in Kyöto Prefecture. As the trees began to blossom in their....
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....
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NGN Programs

“Ensen Isan (Railside Treasures),” premieres on Wednesday, May 9, at 9 p.m. ”Railside Treasures” is a journey by streetcars. Great food and great people are waiting to be discovered along the rail lines. It’s time for a trip to find the establishments we’d like to save for future generations! What kind of treasure will we....
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Herald Salutes – Troy Hashimoto

Gov. David Ige appointed Troy Hashimoto to the Maui House seat previously occupied by former Rep. Joe Souki. Hashimoto’s appointment was effective immediately. Hashimoto has served as executive assistant to Maui County Council Chair Mike White since 2011. He was also chair of Maui County’s Democratic Party from 2013 to 2017. “Troy will bring energy....

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