"Shoyu On Rice" at Kumu Kahua Theatre

Kumu Kahua Theatre Presents “Shoyu on Rice”

WHO/WHAT: The 44th season of Kumu Kahua Theatre opens with Scot Izuka’s “Shoyu on Rice.” The play is directed by Reiko Ho and is the anticipated sequel to Izuka’s show, “Mainland Education,” produced by...

It’s Autumn! Enjoy the Season!

CULTURE4KIDS! by Carolyn Kubota Morinishi and Marian Kurasaki Kubota

Fundraising Campaign Launched For Hiroshima Landslide Victims

The “Hawai‘i for Hiroshima Fundraising Committee” recently kicked off a campaign to raise funds to aid the people of Hiroshima City following the massive landslides of Aug. 19. Seventy-two residents were killed in the...

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Futsuu no hito wa Futsuu ni ikite iru no ga Ichiban shiawase desu Shikashi nanigoto mo naku Futsuu ni ikite iku no ga Ichiban muzukashii Living an ordinary life is the happiest way of living for an average person. However, it is...
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All Kinds of People

While we live our short life on this earth, we come in contact with all kinds of people - people of various colors, shapes, sizes and ways of life.  The problem is: What shall...
Historical Fiction by Michael G. Malaghan

“Picture Bride” – The Serialized Novel

HISTORICAL FICTION by Michael G. Malaghan
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Generation Gap

By Jon J. Murakami

How I Think David Beat Goliath

By: Karleen C. Chinen | Commentary | The 2014 Rainbow Warriors football season opened last weekend with the University of Hawai‘i taking on the University of Washington. It felt good to hear our team’s name, the Rainbow Warriors . . .
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Maui Okinawan Festival

WHO/WHAT: “Feel the Uchinanchu Spirit!” is the theme of the Maui Okinawan Festival, presented by the Maui Okinawan Kenjin Kai (MOKK), and co-sponsor Maui Mall. The entertainment program will feature continuous Okinawan music and dance,...

Hiroshima Bombing Commemorated With Peace Ceremony

The 69th anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, ending World War II, was commemorated on Aug. 6 at the Izumo Taishakyo Mission in downtown Honolulu. The tragic act of war...

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