“No-No Boy” duo is made up of Julian Saporiti (left) and Erin Aoyama.

“No-No Boy” Free Concert

WHO/WHAT: A multimedia music concert by “No-No Boy,” a musical duo made up of Brown University grad students Erin Aoyama and Julian Saporiti. “No-No Boy” shines the light on Asian American experiences, including the...
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Dear Frances – Even in Loss, There is Memory

DEAR FRANCES By Frances H. Kakugawa Dear Readers, The month of May took many of my friends to the other side of life. And yet, a stubborn ray of sunshine found its way through the dark clouds to remind us that even in death, there can also be poetry, laughter, renewal and celebration of the....
Rev. Paul Osumi

Today’s Thought

by Rev. Paul S. Osumi Reprinted with permission KILLLING PACE The president of a bank dropped the telephone receiver back into its cradle and said to his secretary. “They have just found John dead at his desk...
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Senior Health & Fitness Fair

WHO/WHAT: The Hawaii United Okinawa Association presents its annual senior health and fitness fair, featuring educational and wellness workshops and information on new products and services for seniors, caregivers and families. Also, booths focusing...
Historical Fiction by Michael G. Malaghan

Historical Fiction – “Picture Bride, A Family Saga”

HISTORICAL FICTION By Michael G. Malaghan Chapter 125 On the morning of March 24, Taka was eating a late breakfast at a brown, wooden table in the student cafeteria after having attended his 7:30 a.m. Asian history class. He shook his head like an older brother catching his much younger brother with his hand in....
Matsugoro Kuwata, one of the 149 Gannenmono who arrived in Hawai‘i in 1868, married a Hawaiian woman named Meleana. In this circa 1899 photo, they are pictured with their six children.

Spotlight – Gannenmono Calendar of Events

June 5–Feb. 24, 2019: “Gannenmono: A Legacy of Eight Generations in Hawai‘i” exhibit. This exhibit features historic documents and illustrations, cultural objects and first-hand accounts of the Gannenmono. The exhibit also includes the genealogy of one Gannenmono whose family today spans eight generations and contains more than 800 names. Picture Gallery in Hawaiian Hall at....
Drawing featuring Dennis Fujitake as a comic

8•0•8

8•0•8 By Dennis Fujitake
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Generation Gap

GENERATION GAP by Jon J. Murakami
Comic Shushin, June 1, 2018 Issue

Shushin

Bishop Ryokan Ara Tendai Mission of Hawaii Even if you wear the same clothes, you cannot be the same. Hito to onaji kimono o kite mo Hito to onaji niwa naranai

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