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Bulletin Board – EDIBLE WORLD: NATURE THAT NURTURES US

WHO/WHAT: Japan-America Society of Hawaii will join together with the non-profit organization Akahiao Nature Institute and present the second part of the two-part virtual workshop series, Edible World: Nature that Connects Us. In the...
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Bulletin Board – FILM DOCUMENTARY: “HUNTING IN WARTIME”

WHO/WHAT: A documentary featuring Tlingit veterans from Hoonah, Alaska, who saw combat during the Vietnam War, shares what it was like for them during the war and serving a government that systematically oppressed native...

Featured Story – KĪLAUEA: THE POWER OF NATURE

Bruce Omori's Passion for Photographing “This Incredible Living and Breathing Planet” Patsy Y. Iwasaki, Ph.D. Special to The Hawai‘i Herald To find his calling and passion, Bruce Omori — acclaimed professional Hawai‘i nature-and-landscape photographer — reawakened the...
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Dialogue – MAHALO HAWAI‘I ISLAND!

Jodie Chiemi Ching Commentary We at The Hawai‘i Herald are so excited to bring you the ninth annual Big Island special edition! It’s only fitting that Kïlauea grace our cover to tie in with our theme...

In Our Community – SEPT. 21: RING YOUR BELL FOR PEACE

Jodie Chiemi Ching On the morning of Tuesday, Sept. 21, a special virtual “Ring Your Bell for Peace Day” event was held to commemorate International Peace Day. The event was a joint effort presented by...
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COMMUNITY FOCUS

LANAKILA MEALS ON WHEELS IS 50! Lanakila Meals on Wheels program first started in 1971 as a lunch wagon in A‘ala Park. Known first as the Honolulu Nutrition Program — which was established under a...

Profile – THE ARTISTRY OF CABINETMAKER MILTON KANDA

Gwen Muranaka Republished With Permission Editor’s note: This article was originally published on the Zentoku Foundation website (zentokufoundation.org/miltonkanda). The Zentoku Foundation was created to help grow and strengthen the Japanese American community by developing a user...

Honoring the Legacy – RYAN KAWAMOTO

Telling the AJA Story through Video Melvin Inamasu and Violet Harada Courtesy: Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i Editor’s note: This bimonthly series, “Honoring the Legacy,” represents a partnership between the Herald and the Japanese Cultural Center of...

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