Ten Oahu high school students will read their "Letter to My Parents" essays at an award ceremony today, Nov. 4, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Hawaii State Library. A panel of judges will select the top three winners, who will each receive $1,000.
Waipahu and Farrington High Schools will be the first in the nation to offer a Filipino Studies course in a public school curriculum. The idea didn’t come from teachers but from a group of Filipino students who felt their stories deserved a place in the classroom.
Hawaii civil rights pioneer Dr. Amefil “Amy” Agbayani received the East West Center’s 2023 Women of Impact Award at a ceremony at Imin Conference Center on Friday in front of dozens of friends and supporters.
Local nonprofit ARTS FOUNDATION.Ph Is hosting a night of music and cultural performances at 6 p.m., called “Handog and Papuri, “ or Offer and Praise, with the PASACAT Philippine Performing Arts Company from San Diego.