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Lifestyles

Krystal Duldulao, editor

 

Save on fresh produce at Chinatown Markets

Only blocks away from HPU’s campus is Honolulu’s Chinatown, full of authentic Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, and Chinese restaurants, lei shops, as well as open meat, produce, and seafood markets. People are known to flock to the popular downtown bars in the evenings, but daytime is also a whirlwind of activity in the food markets. [More]


Shop owner Elizabeth Deleon (Left) calculates the cost of fresh produce for the customers..

Photo by Susie Lin

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Landlords have rights in Hawai‘i

In our last issue, Kalamalama reviewed tenants rights in Hawai‘i. But if you’re renting an apartment or house you need to know and respect your landlord’s rights.That’s right: landlords have rights just like tenants. [More]


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