The Hawaii Herald Logo

The Second (!!!) Annual Kaua‘i Issue

Strike up the band! The Hawai‘i Herald’s second annual Kaua‘i Issue is a reality — and now history. Thanks to a discount fare on Hawaiian Airlines, we were able to send Herald managing editor Gwen...

Dissecting My DQ Personality

DRAMA QUEEN JOURNALS by Shara Yuki Enay Birbirsa, Hawai‘i Herald Columnist
Rev. Paul Osumi

Father Was Too Busy

A father whose son had gotten into trouble pondered, “I can’t understand. We have treated him well. He had his own room, his own camera, and his own gun. He had everything.” Yes, he...
Dennis Fujitake

8*0*8

8*0*8 By Dennis Fujitake
Photo of Joseph S. Nye Jr.

House Of Cards

By Joseph S. Nye Jr.

Henoko: The “Line In The Sand” For Okinawa?

Karleen C. Chinen In 1972, 27 years after the end of World War II and governance by a civil administration put in place by the United States government, Okinawa once again became a prefecture of...

“Köloa Plantation Days” Set For July 17 to 26

"The Legacy Lives On” is the theme of the 30th annual Köloa Plantation Days festival, which will be held July 17 through 26 in old Köloa town. More than 30 events are planned to...

Herald Salutes

Consul General of Japan Toyoei Shigeeda recognized University of Hawai‘i at Mänoa American Studies Professor Dr. Dennis Ogawa with a special commendation in a ceremony at the Consul General’s residence on April 23. The...
The Hawaii Herald Logo

What Is Stroke (Cerebral Infarction)? (Part Two)

In last month’s issue, the warning signs and a stroke checklist were provided. This article will explain what a stroke is. What type of disease is it? Blood vessels in the brain get clogged and brain...

Recent Posts

Purchase Culture4Kids!

- Advertisement -