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Business as Usual

Jontue Martin, editor

Watch out Frank’s Franks, Waikiki just got a new hot dog
Kaua‘i restaurant introduces O‘ahu to the “puka dog,” new fruit relishes

Puka Dog: Hawaiian Style Hot Dogs, a popular Kaua‘i restaurant, recently opened in the Waikiki Tower Center right under Mad Dog Saloon. Owners and creators, Dominique and Rick Quinette, decided to bring their unique style hot dogs to O‘ahu because their factory that manufactures their sauces, relishes, and bread is located on O‘ahu. [More]


Puka Dog opened with rave reviews in Waikiki.

Photo by Stephaniejoy Alliman

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IT industry drives China’s industrial capitalism

Over the past few years, "a distinctive Chinese variety of industrial capitalism has taken shape," according to East-West Center Senior Fellow Dieter Ernst and Barry Naughton, professor of Chinese economy at the University of California, San Diego, Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies. This foray into once forbidden economic territory is no more readily evident than in China’s information technology (IT) industry, the two maintain. [More]

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EARTH TALK: Hemp so versatile it should be legal

Dear EarthTalk: A number of products, including paper and clothing—even food and beer—are made from hemp. What is it about hemp that makes it so versatile, and why is it illegal to grow in the United States?

— Doug Jones, via e-mail [More]

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