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Shufu Society Holds Spring Cultural Event

Members of the Shufu Society of Hawaii and invited guests had an opportunity to view traditional Japanese arts and crafts ranging from lacquerware to artwork to kimono at its spring cultural event in April...

The Joy of Sake – July 18 at the Hawaii Convention Center

WHO/WHAT: The Joy of Sake is a non-profit organization whose mission is sake education. Its firm belief is that the best way to learn about sake is through actual tasting experiences. The Joy of...

“Wolf Summer” at the UH Kids First! Film Festival 2014

WHO/WHAT: The final film of the University of Hawai‘i Outreach College’s eighth annual KIDS FIRST! Film Festival. Door prizes will be awarded at the screening. The festival is supported in part by the Sidney...

“Stan” Izumigawa Lived Life “All In”

As a 100th Infantry Battalion soldier and a participant in Nisei veterans activities on Maui, Stanley Izumigawa was not an “original.” He was a replacement for the 100th — part of the group that arrived...

Maui On Our Minds

With this “Maui Issue” of the Herald, we can now say with the pride of accomplishment that our neighbor island issues are back on track. In a few months, we will begin planning for...

Capt. Wade Ishimoto

Retired U.S. Army Capt. Wade Ishimoto has been inducted as a “Distinguished Member” of the Special Forces Regiment. Ishimoto, a vice president of the Japanese American Veterans Association, is the sole living inductee into...

Lance Mizumoto And A. Catherine Ngo

Central Pacific Financial Corp., parent company of Central Pacific Bank, announced a realignment of its executive management team for both CPF and CPB. Lance A. Mizumoto, previously executive vice president and chief banking officer, was...

Ford Fuchigami

Ford Fuchigami has been appointed interim director of the state Department of Transportation by Gov. Neil Abercrombie. His nomination is subject to Senate confirmation. Fuchigami had been a DOT deputy director since 2010, overseeing the...

Jennifer Taniguchi

Jennifer Taniguchi, a recent graduate of Waiäkea High School, received a $1,000 scholarship from the East Hawaii Hiroshima Kenjin Kai for her aca demic, co-curricular and extracurricular achievements. Taniguchi is the daughter of Arthur and...

Family Support… and Remembering To Laugh

Omoiyari . . . Think of others first and good karma will return to you. — Frances H. Kakugawa Dear Frances, I’m taking care of my mother, who has Alzheimer’s. My sister and brother live...

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