Editors Desk

A Quick Look at the 2018 Election

Hawai‘i’s 2018 elections are just around the corner. The filing of candidacy will begin on February 1, 2018. Qualified individuals for public office will have the opportunity to be included on the ballot. Meanwhile, the deadline for filing candidacy is set...

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Filipino History

History shows the awakening came earlier at the time when freedom started blooming after the signing of the Treaty of Paris (December 10, 1898), which ultimately transferred Spanish sovereignty over the Philippines to the victor—the United States, thus, effectively ending...

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The Labor Shortage, Not Just on Labor Day

Why are we having a labor shortage? Let us begin with a description of what an employer looks for in a prospective employee. Application. Complete, legible, and submitted on or before the deadline, with attached resume. Interview. Punctual. Appearance –...

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A Healthy Lifestyle is the Recipe for a Good Life

My special recipe for health comprises a generous portion of each of the following ingredients, enjoyed often, shared with those in your life who matter most, served with a heaping spoonful of gratitude, and most of all, a twinkle in...

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Business FocusBusiness Focus

Business is in my blood! This month, we focus on Business. Business is in my blood and came naturally from my mother, known in our village and nearby towns for her innovation, style and success in buying, peddling and marketing...

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a Time to Celebrate, a Time to Reflect… For many, the end of the school year is the beginning of the next phase of their life. In Hawai‘i, graduation ceremonies are marked with the tradition of lei giving, graduation parties,...

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