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  • Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    and contemporary Hawai i politics and history They first visited Iolani Palace to explore the Hawaiian Kingdom past and witness this sacred site that was home to the Ali i After taking a tour of the Palace the next visit was to observe part of a current and on going court case one that is highlighting the fact that state legislators should live in the area that they represent Both

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  • Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    Ulu Po Tucked away just off the highway near Castle junction this hidden cultural treasure overlooks the Kawaihae marsh Students took many photos of course but also learned something about the history and flora of traditional Hawaii The students were pleased to find that kalo taro is still being grown at this site in lo i as well as other important staples such as uala and ulu Though the trip

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  • Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    popular Hanauma Bay and as far as famous Sandy Beach before turning back One of the HTIC teams The Cauliflowers distinguished itself by placing 4th out of 163 teams and 1st in the category of College University teams with a time of 2 55 33 2 hrs 55 mins 33 secs Congratulations Cauliflowers Congrats as well to the second HTIC team appropriately calling themselves HTIC which placed 21st out of

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  • News - Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    up trying to move forward One day one of my friends and I visited a playground to play with the kids These children were so energetic It did not take any time to become friends with them Their smiles and sounds of laughter made me smile and gave me energy As I sat on a bench to take a rest for awhile I recalled what their kindergarten teacher had said to me Kids can escape from nightmares while they are playing This quote has stuck with me People can be reassured by others just by being listening to I did volunteer work for just three days but I learned a lot from the people in Minamisanriku They still have a long long way to go however they keep moving forward in order to survive Even though they live in a difficult situation they never forget about showing gratitude to others This experience has been engraved in my heart and I want to tell my friends about what I learned through this volunteer work I really appreciate all of the people who I met in Minamisanriku and the staff who worked at the Christian Center Hang in there Minamisanriku we are

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  • News - Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    I just started hula in April of this year I am happy to be in HTIC s Polynesian Club I look forward to learning even more about Polynesian dance with my kumu which means teacher in Hawaiian Anyone interested in Polynesian dance is welcomed in our club I look forward to performing again in the local community By Kurumi Kanamori HTIC Liberal Arts Student Go Page Top User Menu Home

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  • News - Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    scholars a chance to build a network among peer researchers from Asia Europe and the Continental U S In addition to the conference centuries old gorgeous Prague architecture as well as refreshing Czech beer became other trip highlights Go Page Top User Menu Home About HTIC Kapolei Campus Academic Calendar Academic Programs Admissions Transfer to 4 Year Colleges Learning Center Student Life Download Center Gallery Faculty HTIC s Accreditation HTIC

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  • News - Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    common language of artistic expression to facilitate cultural exchange and to encourage seniors to lead healthy and creative lives through their engagement with art All art forms including watercolor acrylics oil chigirie harie woodblock print and computer graphics are acceptable as long as they are submitted on official postcards available from HTIC All entries must be postmarked or delivered no later than Saturday September 29 2012 One submission per person artwork submitted will not be returned Submission of an entry signifies that entrants have given Tokai University permission to use their artwork for activities related to hosting and sponsoring the contest and exhibition Prize winners will receive certificates and special prize sets from Shizuoka Japan Top prize winners will receive award plaques sent from Japan For more information and or entry materials please contact Angelica Miyagi by phone at 983 4121 by email at miyagi at tokai edu or write to Postcard Art Contest Hawaii Tokai International College 2241 Kapiolani Blvd Honolulu HI 96826 Go Page Top User Menu Home About HTIC Kapolei Campus Academic Calendar Academic Programs Admissions Transfer to 4 Year Colleges Learning Center Student Life Download Center Gallery Faculty HTIC s Accreditation HTIC Statistics Board Policies Find

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  • News - Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    in 4 42 05 TES Liaison Officer Koji Nakamura finished the marathon in 6 05 20 and former CP student and current TES staff member Shimpei Oooka clocked in at 7 05 43 Great job guys HTIC Updates Fall 2011 Commencement Held on Dec 10 2011 12 20 9 36 27 HTIC held its Fall Commencement ceremony on Saturday December 10 2011 celebrating the achievements of twenty six students scheduled to receive their Associate of Arts degree in Fall 2011 and Winter 2012 Trustee Jerry Burris and Chancellor Naoto Yoshikawa gave congratulatory speeches to the graduates and Dr John Barkai from the University of Hawaii William S Richardson School of Law delivered a humorous and insightful keynote address Oyundari Enkhbat Fall 2011 from Mongolia and Asako Nishi Winter 2012 from Japan were chosen by their classmates to speak at the ceremony Both speakers encouraged their fellow graduates and the members of the audience to look beyond their immediate surroundings and remember the importance of global citizenship in an ever shrinking world During the ceremony four students received the President s Volunteer Service Award which recognizes individuals who achieve more than 100 hours of service over a 12 month period The four awardees for Fall 2011 Winter 2012 were Oyundari Enkhbat Yuka Sugiya Midori Sakamoto and Marya Puttkammer Awardees were presented with a congratulatory letter from President Barack Obama a personalized certificate of achievement and an official President s Volunteer Service Award pin Congratulations Fall 2011 and Winter 2012 graduates See our album of Fall 2011 Commencement pictures on Facebook HTIC Updates Polynesian Club Helps Raise Awareness of Domestic Violence 2011 10 31 15 44 10 The Polynesian Club performed at the Ala Moana Beach Park s McCoy Pavilion on October 28 2011 at the annual candlelight vigil to raise awareness

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