Historical Fiction by Michael G. Malaghan

“Picture Bride” – A Family Saga

HISTORICAL FICTION By Michael G. Malaghan

NGN – Digital Channel 677

“Kumokiri Nizaemon,” premieres on Wednesday, June 3, at 8:30 p.m. Kumokiri Nizaemon, a former samurai warrior, has abandoned his class to become the leader of a gang of thieves. The gang is active not just...

Gone, But No Longer Forgotten

Kevin Kawamoto Special to The Hawai‘i Herald For the past 14 years, representatives of the Hawai‘i State Hospital and supporters from the larger community have come together above a peaceful cul-de-sac at Hawaiian Memorial Park cemetery in...
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Is “The American Century” Over?

ECON 2015 By Joseph S. Nye, Jr.

SHUSHIN

Kokorozashi wo takaku Mokuhyou wo tatete Jinsei ni torikunde ireba Hibi no shigoto nimo Asobi nimo imi ga Dete kuru By setting goals, one will derive greater satisfaction from both work and play. – Bishop Ryokan Ara Tendai Mission of Hawaii

NGN Series Spotlights Hawai‘i – Japan Sister-State Ties

Hawai‘i’s sister-state ties with Japan are the focus of a series of programs airing on Oceanic Cable’s Nippon Golden Network, a subscription-based network of stations. The series highlights Hawai‘i’s sister-state relationships with Fukuoka, Okinawa,...
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“Warabi Ashibi” – Children At Play

WHO/WHAT: The Hawaii United Okinawa Association presents its Okinawan Summer Day Camp for children, ages 8-13. Developed in 1996, the program is designed to teach children about the Okinawan culture and heritage in a...

10th “Bolts Of Fabric & Fun”

WHO/WHAT: TEMARI, Center for Asian and Pacific Arts, will present its fundraising event, “Bolts of Fabric & Fun.” “Bolts” is for serious textile addicts — people who love fabrics, hoard remnants, collect everything related...

Creeping Up On 35

DRAMA QUEEN JOURNALS By Shara Yuki Enay Birbirsa

Hawaii Japanese Center Exhibition Celebrates Japanese Craftsmanship

The Hawaii Japanese Center in Hilo will host the exhibition, “Handcrafted Form: Traditions and Techniques,” featuring handcrafted objects from Japan. The exhibition, which runs from May 23 to June 27, is open to the...

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