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“Through My Grandfather’s Eyes” Talk on Maui

WHO/WHAT: The Nisei Veterans Memorial Center on Maui kicks off its 2018 Speaker Series with a talk by Dr. Gail Okawa, emeritus professor of English at Youngstown State University in Ohio, and a visiting...
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Politics – “The Japanese Vote”

How Significant is “The Japanese Vote?” Richard Borreca Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Asking about ethnic voting in Hawai‘i is like posing the question: “Is it raining in Hawai‘i?” Yes, somewhere in Hawai‘i almost every day, rain is falling and, yes, Hawai‘i voters take ethnicity into consideration when they go to the polls. But it....
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In Our Community – Celebrating 45 Years of Kikaida i Hawaii!

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Historical Fiction by Michael G. Malaghan

Historical Fiction – “Picture Bride, A Family Saga”

HISTORICAL FICTION By Michael G. Malaghan Chapter 113 Later that day, Andy Pafko wrote a column that only he and his editor at the Advertiser ever saw. Titled “Overreached,” he accused Dillingham’s appearance before Congress the previous year for yesterday’s pier-landing fiasco, saying it had stirred up California’s delegation by asking for a special allotment....
Comic Shushin, January 3, 2020 Issue

Shushin

  Bishop Ryokan Ara Tendai Mission of Hawaii Ningen wa nakinagara umarete kitan da yo. Nagai jinsei da mono naku toki mo aru sa. Sono tabi ni umare-kawarun da na kitto. Your first cry at birth! In one's long journey of life, there...
Dr. Michael Chun (Courtesy Kamehameha Schools/Bishop Estate)

Gannenmono Symposium – Michael Chun, PH.D.

"Two Cultures, One People" Michael Chun, Ph.D. Published with Permission Aloha mai käkou! Being a part of today’s symposium commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Gannenmono’s arrival in Hawai‘i is both a great honor and deeply humbling. Mahalo nui loa. With the arrival of the Gannenmono in Hawai‘i in 1868, a new journey was launched....
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Nengajo – Welcome the “Year of the Boar” (part III)

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Your Social Security – A Calculated Retirement

YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY By Jane Yamamoto-Burigsay
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Culture4Kids!

CULTURE 4KIDS! By Carolyn Kubota Morinishi and Marian Kurasaki Kubota To learn how you can create this issue’s craft or featured activity, please click below to subscribe to our online subscription or complete and submit a form here to subscribe to our print edition.
Tatsumoto’s version of ozoni includes: mochi, thin slices of mizuna, daikon, shiitake, enoki mushrooms, hasu, carrots and canned scallops in a konbu and katsuo broth.

Ryan’s Table – Beyond Osechi Ryori

Local Japanese-style New Year’s Cuisine and Traditions Ryan Tatsumoto Hawai‘i Herald Columnist Today, people in the 50th still practice Japanese New Year’s, or oshögatsu, traditions by placing a kadomatsu near the home entrance, stacking the kagami mochi topped with a tangerine and consuming ozoni as the first meal of the new year. In Japan, people enjoy osechi ryöri during the first three days of the year. The tradition....

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