By Michael Tsai firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on October 25, 2016
Rosemary Nishi devoted 42 years of diligent service as a supervisor with the Honolulu Department of the Corporation Counsel. But it wasn’t until she retired just over a decade ago that she really got to work.
By Michael Tsai email@example.com Posted on August 16, 2016
Whatever their condition, disposition or reason for coming, visitors to Kaiser Permanente’s Honolulu Clinic are assured of at least two things as they leave: a genuine smile and a warm wish goodbye.
By Michael Tsai firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on August 2, 2016
Avis Kaona and her husband, LeRoy, could easily have balked that day the worker from Child Welfare Services called to ask whether they were willing to take formal custody of two adolescents they had been looking after on a purely aloha basis.
By Michael Tsai email@example.com on July 5, 2016
By Michael Tsai firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on July 5, 2016
Updated on July 5, 2016 at 10:00 am
When David Diebold learned his mother was being deployed to Afghanistan and would not be back until after his high school graduation, he did what any mature child of military parents does. He swallowed hard and accepted it.