The Butuyan family moved to the island of O‘ahu from the Philippines in 1969. Five years later, Theo and Elena Butuyan opened Elena’s Restaurant in Waipahu, Central O‘ahu. Our second story is on Honolulu-based artist Bonhui Uy. Born and raised in the Philippines, he came to America in 1965 after graduating as an architectural engineer from Taiwan National Cheng Kung University. His artwork expanded to pieces made mostly with recycled materials such as newspapers, cardboard boxes, bottles and sheetmetals.
Floating is one of the first skills children are taught in ISR, Cadets from the Civil Air Patrol - Hawai‘i Wing share their experiences and Eileen Miura tends to flowers at Fujikami Florist.
Hands-on learning takes three very different forms in this month’s episode of Home Is Here. At the University of Hawai‘i’s Mānoa campus, we enter the world of esports. In West O‘ahu, art, science, conservation and culture come together at Mālama Learning Center. Finally, en garde! We take you into the world of fencing with the Salle Honolulu Fencing Club.
In 2022, Chef Robynne Maii became the first Native Hawaiian female chef to win the prestigious James Beard Award. She shares her culinary journey from humble beginnings to being named one of the best chefs in the country. For decades, newspaper readers across the state could get a daily affirmation through theToday’s Thought column. The man behind Today’s Thought was Rev.Paul Osumi. After his passing, his son Norman discovered things about his father he never knew.
Chris Caravalho talks about balancing his career fighting crime as an officer for the Honolulu Police Department, and his passion of creating masked crimefighters as founder of Mana Comics.
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