Bulletin Board – BLOOD BANK OF HAWAII – HJJCC WEEK

  WHO/WHAT: The Honolulu Japanese Junior Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the Blood Bank of Hawaii for its next community service project. As the sponsoring organization, HJJCC is in charge of helping to fill...

Honoring the Legacy – DR. SATORU IZUTSU – HEALTH CARE PIONEER

Melvin Inamasu and Violet Harada Courtesy: Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i Editor’s note: This bimonthly series, “Honoring the Legacy,” is a partnership between The Hawai‘i Herald and the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i. It celebrates the...

Spotlight: WELCOME JAMIE HIRANO

Jodie Chiemi Ching Sixteen-year-old Jamie Hirano is on board as The Hawai‘i Herald’s newest intern. The junior at James B. Castle High School has her target goal clear in sight – attend New York University...

Queen Interview – 2020-2021: THE YEAR OF COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTIONS

Ida Yoshinaga Cherry Blossom Queen Jewel Mahoe and Her Court Give Back in a Pandemic Year After an unpredictable year, where many Cherry Blossom Festival conventions had to be rethought due to COVID-19, exiting Queen and...

Kupuna Care – FALL PREVENTION INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE HOME

Kevin Y. Kawamoto Special to The Hawai‘i Herald The Japanese have a saying: “Nana korobi, ya oki – Fall down seven times, rise up eight.” In other words, no matter how many times you fail to...

Art Review – “THE ALPHABET, NIGHTTIME AND CIGARETTE BUTTS”

Wayne Muromoto Commentary Special to The Hawai‘i Herald A Little Art Show on the Windward Side Now that the rules concerning the COVID-19 pandemic have become clearer and somewhat more relaxed, it might be a good time to take...

Bulletin Board – 14th ANNUAL RUN FOR HOPS

WHO/WHAT: PATH stays a step ahead of the pandemic by hosting its first Virtual Run for Hops, held in conjunction with the Kona Brewers Festival, a community celebration and fundraiser. Offering participants the choice...

Ryan’s Table – UKNOWN BLOODLINES

Ryan Tatsumoto Hawai‘i Herald Columnist I regret not taking more time to chat with my ojïchan. He was the only member of his immigrant family to remain in Hawai‘i. Later my interest in my families’ history grew....
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Bulletin Board – JAPANESE ONLINE PROGRAM: KAULA PIKO: THE SOURCE OF STRINGS

WHO/WHAT: Bishop Museum presents the fifth installment of its “Japanese Online Experiences” series with “Kaula Piko: The Source of Strings.” Guided by Bishop Museum historian and curator, DeSoto Brown, this Japanese-language pre-recorded experience provides...

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