Posts Tagged “journalism”

The Architect of Hope

by twinink on August 15, 2016

(This article appeared in the Aug-Sept 2016 Hana Hou Magazine)      

Re-Enter The Dragon

by twinink on November 1, 2013

(This article appeared in the June-July 2014 Hana Hou Magazine) On a frigid February morning in Manhattan, with snow threatening citywide gridlock, Hawai‘i-born Cole Horibe arrives through the flurries—on time not just to the minute but to the second. He’s (…)

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The Fighter

by twinink on October 11, 2013

(This article appeared in the Oct-Nov 2013 Hana Hou Magazine) The third time his thumb popped out of its socket, the pain brought Chad Owens to his knees. But he gritted his teeth and popped the thumb right back in. Owens (…)

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One Breath

by twinink on September 3, 2012

(This article appeared in Ola Magazine — 2012)

Bazaar of the Bizarre

by twinink on September 3, 2012

(This article appeared in the April-May 2012, Hana Hou Magazine) Photo by Olivier Koning In a Dan Brown novel, a brass skeleton key, a Belgian angel and a vintage Bible stand would be clues leading to a secret treasure. For (…)

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Island Out of Time

by aaron on February 9, 2012

(This article appeared in the Dec-Jan 2011, Hana Hou Magazine) CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE photos by Jyoti Mau (my talented sister-in-law) A half-dozen outrigger canoes line the narrow beach on Sand Island. Fishermen squat on overturned buckets, reeling (…)

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The Kalai Wa’a

by aaron on October 6, 2011

The Kalai Wa’a Story by Aaron Kandell (This article appeared in the Oct-Nov 2011, Hana Hou Magazine) (photo by Jyoti Mau) Tucked deep in the labyrinth of Sand Island’s industrial back lots,Tay Perry’s canoe workshop appears at first like a (…)

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On Papa’s Farm

by aaron on July 27, 2011

On Papa’s Farm Story by Aaron Kandell (This article appeared in the April-May 2011, Hana Hou Magazine) (Photo by Dana Edmunds) William Aila Sr. crouches among rows of red oak lettuce and baby kale, pointing out the plants mature enough (…)

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