Beer Better than Wine for Heart
A great deal of research has proven that a moderate intake of alcohol can prevent heart disease. The question is: which type of alcoholic beverage is best? Wine is...
Karleen C. Chinen
They stand unique in Hawai‘i’s landscape — the turtle-shaped Albert T. and Wallace T. Teruya Pavilion, and the Yeiko and Kameko Higa Building — the two buildings of the Hawaii Okinawa Center,...
by Rev. Paul S. Osumi
Reprinted with permission
A food chemist once observed, “The deadly weapons used by man in committing suicide are the knife, fork and spoon.” We must keep our bodies fit by taking...
TUESDAY, SEPT. 1
Midnight – The West Tako
1:30 a.m. – Thirst for Love
4 a.m. – House on Fire
6:20 a.m. – Devotion to Railway
7:50 a.m. – Wind, Woman, and Rod
9:30 a.m. – Prison Boss
11 a.m. –...
Courtesy: Hawaii United Okinawa Association
“Hawai‘i is like Okinawa.”
That was my first impression of Hawai‘i. The warm temperature, a lot of palm trees and the warm reception from people in Hawai‘i were just like...
Special to The Hawai‘i Herald
During the summer of 2014, I participated in the HUOA’s Hawai‘i-Okinawa Student Exchange Program. Despite my shy and quiet demeanor, I’ve always been the adventurous type, wanting to gain...
Koofuku to yuu mono ga
Aru no dewa nai
Koofuku to omou ga kokoro ga
There is no happy or sad; these valuations only exist in the mind of the beholder.
– Bishop Ryokan Ara
Tendai Mission of...
In an effort to promote and perpetuate the Okinawan culture through performing arts, this year’s HUOA 33rd Okinawan Festival will feature mini-workshops in eisa, odori (dance), uta sanshin, koto, taiko (drumming) and shishimai (lion...
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