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JCCH-SHICHI Go San Keiki Kimono Dressing

WHO/WHAT: “Shichi Go San,” literally translated as “seven, five, three,” dates back to the Meiji Era (1868-1912), when parents brought their children dressed in kimono — girls, ages 3 and 7, and boys, ages...
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Health Information – Sayonara to the Raw Vegetable Myth (Part 6)

Sauté with Extra Virgin Olive Oil Boiling is not the only way to cook vegetables; sautéing in oil is another. Sautéing in oil can increase the absorption of lycopene found in carrots and certain other...

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Omoi koto wa karuku ie Karui koto wa omoku ie Iwanakutemo ii koto wa iuna Say a serious matter simply; say a simple matter seriously. If you don’t have anything to say, don’t say anything. – Bishop Ryokan Ara Tendai Mission of...
Promotion for 'Ramayana: The Abduction of Sita' for the Asia Pacific Dance Festival

Balinese Dance and Music at Asia Pacific Dance Festival

WHO/WHAT: The Asia Pacific Dance Festival will premiere “Ramayana: The Abduction of Sita,” an ancient Hindu epic told through Balinese dance and music. “Ramayana” is a collaboration between Gamelan Segara Madu of Honolulu and...
The 2017 Puaka‘ana o ka lä (Rise Up!) Award recipients with Sunrise Foundation board members at the recent “Journeys to Wellness” program. From left: Honoree Dave Shoji; Ann Miller; Sister Joan Chatfield, Ph.D.; honoree Nancy Aleck; honoree Dr. John Houk and the Rev. Dr. Wally Fukunaga. (Photo by Kevin Kawamoto)

Wellness – Health, Body, Mind, and Spirit

Sunrise Foundation Presents “Journeys to Wellness” Program Kevin Kawamoto Special to The Hawai‘i Herald For the past six years, the nonprofit Sunrise Foundation has presented a daylong program that encourages participants to consider the meaning of wellness and the variety of paths to reach that destination. This year, participants gathered at The Community Church of....

The Ways We “Talk”

An Important Part of Communication is Nonverbal
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Today’s Thought

By Rev. Paul S. Osumi Reprinted with permission LOST ENTHUSIASM A school teacher wrote a minister, “I have been teaching for a number of years and long ago all the newness wore off my work. Some days...

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