'When One Day I Will Sleep.'

NGN Programs (Part II)

“Fuyu no Hana (Flower of Winter),” 1978 drama, 2 hours and 2 minutes. Directed by Yasuo Furuhata. Starring Ken Takakura, Kimiko Ikegami, Kunie Tanaka and Mitsuko Baisho. Kano, a yakuza convicted of murder, looks after the daughter of his victim from a distance. “Gorotsuki Mushuku (Patience Has an End),” 1971 drama, 1 hour and 50....
'One Week Friends.'

NGN Programs (Part I)

“Wagamama Kimama Tabikibun,” premieres Thursday, Nov. 7 at 8:35 p.m. In “Wagamama Kimama Tabikibun,” locals show you places that are not on guidebooks. This program brings you the most exciting local travel experiences. Fully subtitled in English. “Itsuka Nemuri ni Tsuku Hi (When One Day I Will Sleep),” premiers Monday, Nov. 18 at 7:35 p.m.....

“Must Take Home” Maui Specialties

Each of our neighbor islands is unique in its own way, and so are their omiyage, those gifts — usually food — you bring home to share with family and friends. Maui’s goodies range...
'Natsuzora.'

NGN3 November Movie Schedule (Part I)

FRIDAY, NOV. 1 Midnight – Drunken Sword 1:40 a.m. – The Prickly Mouthed Geisha 3:10 a.m. – The Yagyu Military Art 2 4:30 a.m. – Portrait of Castle Women 6:10 a.m. – Case of Umon: Nanbanzame Murders 7:40 a.m. – Bloodied Spear 9:20 a.m. – Graveyard for Honor 11 a.m. – Samurai Hawks 12:30 p.m. – Okoma....
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Maui Salutes – Maui’s Sons and Daughters of the Nisei Veterans/Maui AJA A

Ten scholarships of $1,000 each were presented to 2017 graduates of Valley Isle high schools by Maui’s Sons and Daughters of the Nisei Veterans / Maui AJA Veterans Scholarship Program. The recipients are:
Taiko drummer, Hisakatsu Yokoyama, and fellow evacuees of Futaba, Fukushima fight to keep their beloved “Futaba Bon-Uta” alive after their furusato, or hometown, is wiped out by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami that hit the Töhoku region in Japan. (Photos courtesy 2018 Telecom Staff, Inc.)

Film Review – “Bon-Uta, a Song from Home”

A Heartwarming Documentary About Hawai‘i and Fukushima Jodie Chiemi Ching Like most of us who grew up in Hawai‘i, my fondest memories are from “small-kid-time.” On Hayden Street in Kapahulu, I met my first best friend — Leimana, learned to swim and fish for ‘oama at Waikiki Beach and heard about Hawaiian Night Marchers that....
Dr. Robert Huey and a feature from the Sakamaki-Hawley Collection

UH Hamilton Library: Uncovering the Sakamaki-Hawley Collection

WHO/WHAT: Dr. Robert Huey, professor of Japanese Literature, will present “Uncovering the Sakamaki-Hawley Collection.” In an ongoing collaboration between UH and the University of the Ryukyus, roughly half of the collection’s items have been...

Maui Matsuri: For The Sake Of The Keiki

“Dis wen happen long, long time ago in Japan,” she starts in a low voice as the sun begins to set over the West Maui Mountains. About 400 people from 8 to 80 years...
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Dialogue – MAHALO MAUI COUNTY!

Jodie Chiemi Ching Commentary The eighth Maui County issue is about those islands’ history and relevance to new generations. In this issue, the Herald takes you to Moloka‘i, or the Friendly Island, with a cover story...

The Many Faces Of Maui’s “tita” — Kathy Collins

Eileen Chao Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Maui storyteller Kathy Collins has been entertaining audiences for more than 15 years, but she owes much of her success to a girl she simply calls “Tita.” “Tita,” Collins’ feisty...

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