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Culture 4 Kids!

Culture 4 Kids! By Carolyn Kubota Morinishi and Marian Kurosaki Kubota.

Bye-bye Okinawa . . .

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Lessons From Mälama Honua

Jenna Ishii Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Editor’s note: In addition to Alan Suemori’s story tracing Jenna Ishii’s journey of self-discovery through her involvement with the Polynesian sailing canoe Höküle‘a, we invited Jenna to share her...

On Finding Myself As A Sansei

Ken Saiki Special to The Hawai‘i Herald My nisei mother wanted to make sure her four children — all born before or during World War II — would be thoroughly Americanized and not face the same...

Living The Dream, Ignoring History

Mark Matsunaga Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Sansei have carved a comfortable place in Hawai‘i and America. Maybe too comfortable. Individual Sansei have done very well, earning national stature that transcends ethnicity. Think Ellison Onizuka, Eric Shinseki,...
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Readers’ Letters Reveal Hopes, Frustrations

DEAR FRANCES By Frances H. Kakugawa

“Family Ingredients” Prescreening To Benefit Huoa

Karleen C. Chinen There is a scene in the film “The Hundred-Foot Journey” that melts my heart. After cooking all his young life in his family’s Indian restaurant and now in a small town in...

Pound That Sauce

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Buddhist Priests Teach Eating As The Way To Enlightenment

Hiroshige Iwakawa Kyodo News TÖKYÖ — Japanese people usually say “Itadakimasu” before partaking of a meal, and “Gochisösama” after they have finished eating. These words express appreciation for the food and gratitude to the person who...
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