First Published September 5, 2017Updated April 2, 2020by Emy Louie The Sacred Areas at the "Turtle Bay Resort" Above. Alongside Kaihalulu Beach, a stone altar, in the foreground, serves both an altar and a marker. The grounds of the “Turtle Bay Resort” provided many natural places, such as nature preserves, for recreation. Furthermore, the resort … Continue reading One of the Few Places on Oahu Where an “Ahupua’a” is Explained On-Site
April 9, 2020 In this blog, you will see there were racial differences in how people of different races reacted to working on the sugar plantations of Hawaii. And instead of turning a blind eye into the racial disparities and making, especially Caucasians and Asians suffer, there are specific things you can do to make … Continue reading The Unsuccessful Attempt to Lure Caucasians to Hawaii and the Lessons Learned
I have never taken the high road. But I tell other people to ‘cause then there’s more room for me on the low road. Parks and Recreation, television sitcom series Above. Diagrammatic map, which shows the location of heritage centers and residences; aquaponics which involve fish and taro; proposed Honolulu Adventure Park, which includes a BMX … Continue reading Proposed “Honolulu Adventure Park”
When it comes to making a big change in your life you have to want it more than you fear it. Unknown Above. A map which shows the location of the aquaponics which involve fish and taro; heritage centers and residences, shown in orange; lock and dam near the Manoa-Palolo Drainage Canal; and a “heiau” … Continue reading Proposed Ala Wai “Heiau” and Lock and Dam
August 25, 2017 Updated May 8, 2020 One reason people resist change is because they focus on what they have to give up, instead of what they have to gain. Rick Godwin https://youtu.be/arupbM7tQUY There is a high chance the fish shown in above video shot at the Nu’uanu Stream, are about two dozen rock climbing … Continue reading O’opu: Fish Who Swim Upstream in Hawaii
First Published August 31, 2015Updated May 19, 2020 Homeless with a College Degree Even people with college degrees can be homeless. For example, there was a Caucasian man with a bachelor’s degree from a prestigious university and was 57 years old at the time of his homelessness in Washington, DC. The following is a compilation … Continue reading What Is It with the People Who End Up on the Streets?
Updated May 26, 2020 The fictional detective “Charlie Chan” was based on the real-life Honolulu detective Chan Apana, whose father came from Southern China to Hawaii in the 1800s to work on the sugar plantations. Towards the end of that century however, many Chinese men like Chan Apana who were raised in Hawaii, represented the … Continue reading The Real “Charlie Chan” in Hawaii