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Ating Kabuhayan

On Fire with the Holy Spirit The Rev. John A.H. Tomoso† I took my New International Version (NIV) Study Bible, and did a scriptural quote survey of what the word of God teaches us about being “on fire in the...

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Dinengdeng & Pinakbet

A Cayetano Retrospective: The 1998 Election Benjamin Cayetano: First highest-ranking elected official of Filipino ancestry in the State of Hawai‘i: 11th in a series. Gilbert S.C. Keith-Agaran Editor’s Note: 2019 marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the election of Benjamin J....

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Google Is Not Everything…

The Importance of Grandparents Romelyn Tabangcura | Maui High School When one thinks of grandparents, one may think of the people who step in to care for their grandchildren when parents are occupied. But they are more than that. Grandparents...

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Kwento Kwentuhan

Caroling and Some of the Popular Filipino Christmas songs Liza of “A Maui Blog” With the Christmas season just around the corner, I can’t help but think of Christmas, particularly Christmas in the Philippines. What do you miss most about...

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Let’s Talk Pinoy!

November is here, my birth month, my favorite month. In the Philippines, November 1st is All Saint’s Day and November 2nd is All Soul’s Day. It is the day when we remember our loved ones who have passed away. A...

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Sakada Offspring

Carmen Ann Felipe Stuart Lucy Peros | All photos courtesy Carmen Felipe Stuart Most if not all of the Sakadas who came to Hawai‘i to work in the sugar and pineapple plantations had dreams of finding a better life for...

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