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Dinengdeng & Pinakbet

Delivering the Keynote Address Gilbert S.C. Keith-Agaran | Photos courtesy Keith-Agaran I still dread providing keynote remarks at large gatherings. I’ve heard great speakers—the semi-professional toastmaster-trained ones who seem to enjoy being up at the podium and move seamlessly from...

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Google Is Not Everything…

Our Renewed Appreciation for Healthcare Workers Brooklyn Jones | Maui High School, Class of 2022 One good thing that came from the COVID pandemic was a renewed appreciation for healthcare workers and the people in the medical field. After all,...

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Iti Salun-At Yo

How to Combat the Stress and Burnout of the Pandemic Errol Buntuyan, M.D., FAAFP With the end of the mask mandate and the Hawai‘i Safe Travels program, it seems much of life is back to a new normal. We are...

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Kwento Kwentuhan

Two Cultures, One Heart Liza A Pierce of “A Maui Blog” I am originally from the Philippines. I was born in Manila and both my parents are Filipinos. There is no doubt, I am Filipino. I came to Maui in...

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Let’s Talk Pinoy!

We celebrate Mother’s Day this month. Let’s wish a Happy Mother’s Day to all the Nanay, Inang, Inay, Yena, Ima, especially to my mom Dolly Butay. Happy Mother’s Day to my sisters Daisy, Dianne and Debbie and to my daughter...

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Sakada Offspring

Leila Cielo Sinfuego Huynh Lucy Peros | All photos courtesy Sinfuego Huynh ‘Ohana American author/writer Ruth Goode said, “Grandparents are always being told that they are living history to their grandchildren, that they give the children the reassurance of their...

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