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Jenina Singh, editor

Chinese cuisine holds deeper meaning

All the foods served during Chinese New Year festivities have significance during this time of year for the Chinese. [More]


Dragon dancers are a colorful part of the Chinatown parade.

Photo by Rena Fulgencio

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Kapahulu restaurant offers Asian fusion food, lounge-like atmosphere

“I used to wake up in the middle of the night, in a cold sweat, and think that we might not make it,” said Ho Suk Lee, co-owner of Honolulu’s new hot spot, Uncle Bo’s restaurant. “Only 9 percent of restaurants make it in their first year, and that’s scary.” [More]


Many college students find Uncle Bo’s a comfortable place to lounge, drink, and dine with friends.

Photo by Christina Failma

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Patriotism or propaganda: a fashion statement

The Honolulu Academy of Arts will display a new exhibit featuring a collection of outerwear, Wearing Propaganda: Textiles on the Home Front in Japan, Britain, and the United States. [More]

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Dreamers Homestyle Café: a dream come true

Dreamers Homestyle Café is a dream come true for its clients and the family who runs the restaurant at 1138 Fort Street Mall. [More]


Dreamers Cafe offers students convinient location and reasonably priced food.

Photo by Eddie London

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