“Wolf Summer” at the UH Kids First! Film Festival 2014

WHO/WHAT: The final film of the University of Hawai‘i Outreach College’s eighth annual KIDS FIRST! Film Festival. Door prizes will be awarded at the screening. The festival is supported in part by the Sidney...

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Hito wo Ate ni suru kara Uragirareru no desu   You are betrayed because you depend on others.  

Book on “Sugihara Survivors” Published in English

TÖKYÖ — A former official of the Japan National Tourism Organization has released an English-language version of his research on the wartime escape of Jews from Nazi persecution via Japan. Akira Kitade, 70, published his...
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Shufu Society Holds Spring Cultural Event

Members of the Shufu Society of Hawaii and invited guests had an opportunity to view traditional Japanese arts and crafts ranging from lacquerware to artwork to kimono at its spring cultural event in April...

Edible Cherry Blossoms… Emergency Numbers… and the Liter Lowdown

Beautiful and tasty. Is there anything more symbolic of Japan than cherry blossoms in bloom in springtime? Well, maybe a snow-capped Mount Fuji. Or the rising sun on the Japanese flag. Sakura trees are...
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Social Security Honors Veterans

In the United States, people do a lot to recognize and honor the heroes who serve in the Armed Forces and those who made the ultimate sacrifice. July is an appropriate month to recognize...

Herald Salutes

Central Pacific bank recently announced the following promotions. Glenn Imai has been promoted to vice president and credit officer of retail and small business credit delivery. He is responsible for overseeing underwriting for small business...

What Medicare Covers in the Hospital

One of Medicare’s most important benefits is helping to cover your expenses if you need to be hospitalized. But what exactly is covered, and how much do you pay? Medicare helps cover certain services and...

Koho Radio Fan Club Donates Money to JCCH

The KOHO Radio Fan Club, which recently dissolved, closed out its treasury by donating the balance of its funds to help beautify the courtyard of the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii.  The club was...

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