Rev. Paul Osumi

Today’s Thought

by Rev. Paul S. Osumi Reprinted with permission BE YOURSELF Clark Gable, in the movie, “It Happened One Night,” took off his shirt and displayed no undershirt. Subsequently, men’s underwear showed a 40 percent drop in sales...
Comic image of Shushin, June 2, 2017 Issue

Shushin

Bishop Ryokan Ara Tendai Mission of Hawaii Honto ni isogashii hito wa Isogashii nante Iwanai mono da yo A busy person does not say he is busy.
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Generation Gap

GENERATION GAP by Jon J. Murakami
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“Symphony in Pearl City”

WHO/WHAT: The Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra will perform its last community concert of the 2016-2017 season. Maestro Naoto Otomo, music director of the Gunma Symphony Orchestra and honorary guest conductor of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra,...
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From The Mailbag – Emma Tomimbang Burns

Dear Karleen and the Staff of The Hawai‘i Herald, I have been deeply touched by the outpouring of love and kind thoughts from those who knew my late husband, Jim Burns. Many of them cited the Herald’s article — written so beautifully by contributing writer Richard Borreca, with the sidebar text of the speech that....
Group photo of Honolulu Hiroshima Kenjin Kai members and Hiroshima Goodwill Ambassadors - (seated, from left) Kathleen Kiyuna, Roy Shimamoto, Stanley Gono and Ken Kimura. Standing behind them (from left) are: recognition chair Ken Saiki, Hiroshima Goodwill Ambassadors Kano Ishibashi and Momoko Fukuyama and HHKK president Wayne Miyao.

Honolulu Hiroshima Members Greet 2017

The Honolulu Hiroshima Kenjin Kai held its annual membership meeting and shinnen enkai on March 12 at Natsunoya Tea House. Also in attendance was a delegation from Hiroshima, including Hiroshima’s Goodwill Ambassadors. Kenjinkai president Wayne Miyao convened a general membership meeting prior to the lunch and entertainment portion of the program, calling on the various....
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8•0•8

8•0•8 By Dennis Fujitake
“. . . [W]ith the encouragement of the local Okinawans who came to the camps, it was their saving grace,” said HUOA executive director Jane Serikaku. (Photo by Gregg Kakesako)

Lead Story – Finding Closure and Peace

Hawai‘i Uchinanchu Will Help Two World War II Prisoners of War from Okinawa Find Peace Gregg K. Kakesako Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Hawai‘i Uchinanchu (people of Okinawa ancestry) have always demonstrated their “brotherly love” in many ways, says Clara Goto . . . even by befriending prisoners of war from Okinawa who were incarcerated....

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