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On Sunrise: One Month Anniversary of Japan Disaster & Kokua from Hawaii

Here's a look at what we're working on for our Monday morning edition of Sunrise.

STRONG AFTERSHOCK STRIKES JAPAN ON ONE MONTH ANNIVERSARY OF DISASTER

Another 7-point-1 magnitude earthquake rattled Japan triggering yet another tsunami warning. It comes on the one-month anniversary of the huge quake and devastating tsunami.

KOKUA FOR JAPAN RAISES BIG MONEY

Hawaii came together in a big way to raise 1.6 million dollars through our telethon. Everyone from Jack Johnson, Jake Shimabukuro and Henry Kapono to Willie Nelson and Michael McDonald donated their talents to the cause. Mahalo for your kokua. All of the money raised will go to the Red Cross relief effort in Japan.

JAPAN T-SHIRT FUNDRAISER

If you still want to help victims recover in Japan, there's a new t-shirt fundraiser. We'll have details at 5:40.

TSUNAMI DISASTER CENTER OPENS IN HAWAII

A disaster assistance and recovery center opens today to help people who suffered property damage from the tsunami. It's at the Keehi small boat harbor, from 10 am to 4 pm today and tomorrow.

HOWARD INVESTIGATES DONALD TRUMP

Donald Trump has dispatched investigators to Hawaii to dig up information about President Obama's birth and Governor Abercrombie's remarks that he remembers when Barack Obama was born. Well turnabout is fair play so our own Howard Dicus does some digging of his own on the Donald. What he found coming up at 7:55.

AMY HANAIALI'I LIVE FROM STUDIO B

Multiple Hoku winner Amy Hanaiali'i will bring her beautiful music to Sunrise this morning. Check out her live performances at 6:40 & 7:50 this morning.

SOCIAL MEDIA SUMMIT

Everyone's on twitter and Facebook these days, but how can you use social media to boost your business? Find out when organizers of the Social Media Summit join us at 5:45.

JOB LINK NOW

The UH College of Education is Hiring. Find out more at 7:40.

OUTDOOR GARDEN TIPS WITH HGTV HOST JAMIE DURIE

Get your garden on with the help of HGTV Host Jamie Durie. He says you don't have to have a huge backyard. His best tips are coming up at 8:20.

See you on Sunrise,

Tannya Joaquin

tjoaquin@HawaiiNewsNow.com

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