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Carole Hayashino

The president of the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii works to preserve important historical legacies

By Christine Donnelly

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 27, 2014

~~<p class="p1">Carole Hayashino's work as president and executive director of the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii is at once deeply personal and tied to the overall history of Hawaii and the United States.&nbsp;</p>
<p class="p1">The sansei, or third-generation Japanese-American, brings a lifetime of advocacy to her role here, after a successful career in California.</p>
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Carole Hayashino's work as president and executive director of the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii is at once deeply personal and tied to the overall history of Hawaii and the United States. 

The sansei, or third-generation Japanese-American, brings a lifetime of advocacy to her role here, after a successful career in California. Login for more...



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