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'Post Happy Hour' challenges tradition

Eggshells hanging in midair, fat Buddhas dancing on lotus blossoms to define nirvana, and images of star constellations make up a new exhibition at Hawai‘i Pacific University’s windward art gallery.

   

State Art Museum opens island culture

One of the best things about coming to Hawai‘i Pacific University is the opportunity to learn about Hawaiian culture. Many students do this through taking a Hawaiian language course or a traditional hula dancing class. These are great ways of experiencing Hawaiian culture. Perhaps culture is presented most accurately through art.

   

Manjiro: play looks at U.S. - Japan relations

In the Dr. Richard T. Mamiya Theatre on the St. Louis School campus in Kaimuki, audience members got to see a good-natured play about how John Manjiro, a shipwrecked fisherman from Japan, was the first Japanese citizen to set foot on American soil and how he quickly became a celebrity when Japan transitioned from total isolation to a wide open country welcoming foreign trade, commerce, and the white man’s culture.

 
   

 

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