Japan

Futenma Base protests rallies in Okinawa, Hawaii, Guam, Korea Tokuno Is.


PAN-PACIFIC RALLY TO DEMILITARIZE THE PACIFIC:

SOLIDARITY WITH OKINAWA, GUAM, TOKUNO ISLAND, KOREA & HAWAI`I

END THE OCCUPATION OF FUTENMA!

PRINCE KUHIO FEDERAL BUILDING, HONOLULU (300 ALA MOANA BLVD & PUNCHBOWL)

FRIDAY, MAY 14, 2010 4:30-6:30 (Hawaii)

Governor Nakaima of Okinawa visited Hawaii

Governor Nakaima Hirokazu of Okinawa Prefecture who has been visiting US since November 4 attended the reception held at the Okinawa Center at 6:30 PM on Nov. 9. He chat with people of Hawaii's Uchinanchu communities. While he is in Hawaii, he visited the newly established Okinawa Study Center in UH Manoa.

Komeiji Takes Up the President's Post New Officers of HUOA Took an Oath

(Ryukyu Shinpo, January 11, 2010)

The 60th Installation Banquet and annual Uchinanchu of the Year Awards ceremony was held at the Okinawa Center on December 12 attended by about 600 people of the member clubs.
First on the stage, outgoing HUOA president Ford Chinen and his officers received big hands for their achievement from audience. Then the 2010 HUOA president Paul Komeiji and all officers came up to the stage and took an oath and duly installed by judge Harbert Shimabukuro.

Lecture: SUSTAINBALE ISLAND TECHNOLOGIES: THE CASE OF OKINAWA / CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS AND CONSTRAINTS OF ETHANOL PRODUCTION IN

Wednesday, December 16, 2009
12:00 noon – 1:00 PM
John A. Burns Hall, Room 3012, 3rd floor

Two EWC Research Program lectures:
Seminar on Okinawa’s Sustainable Island Development
1. SUSTAINBALE ISLAND TECHNOLOGIES: THE CASE OF OKINAWA
by Hiroshi Kakazu
2. CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS AND CONSTRAINTS OF ETHANOL PRODUCTION IN OKINAWA
by Hideki Uehara

1. SUSTAINBALE ISLAND TECHNOLOGIES: THE CASE OF OKINAWA

Chimugukuru: A Celebration of the Heart, Spirit & Soul of Hawaii's Okinawan Community

Come join us for Chimugukuru: A Celebration of the Heart, Soul and Spirit of Hawaii's Okinawan Community (featuring storyteller Alton Chung). 100% of proceeds from this celebration support the Hawaii United Okinawa Association and Ikuyu Madin (HUOA Capital Campaign). The event runs from 1 pm to 9 pm, headlined by two special storytelling programs. Join us for some or all of the special events planned for the day.

The Okinawa We See in Our Dreams

“Imi ni Miru Uchinaa” The Okinawa We See In Our Dreams: An Okinawa Conference on Identity Awareness.
A public discussion on Okinawa's past, present, and future through the eyes of Hawaii's 3rd and 4th generation Uchinaanchu.

Date: October 24, 2009 (Saturday)
Time: 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Place: Gushikawa Kouminkan (Uruma City, Okinawa)
Cost: Free
Sponsor: Ukwanshinkabudan

For more information: contact the Gushikawa Kouminkan at 098-973-3407 (Japanese language only)
http://www.ukwanshin.org/blog/?p=619

The Importance of Peace (The Okinawa Festival in Hawaii)

Original article from the Ryukyu Shimpo (September 2007): http://ryukyushimpo.jp/variety/storyid-27219-storytopic-18.html

Okinawa (Hawaii) [The Importance of Peace] The Okinawa Festival in Hawaii

Syndicate content