2015/12/11 9:06:00

The ʻUluʻulu Henry Kuʻualoha Giugni Moving Image Archive of Hawaiʻi at UH West Oʻahu recently digitized archival video footage of the late Senator Daniel K. Inouye speaking to Hawaiʻi residents in Japanese. A complete translation of the video “Senate Recording Studios 1963” was not fully accessible to non-Japanese-speaking researchers until now. Through a collaboration with instructor Kristy Ringor and her History 281 students at neighboring Hawaii Tokai International College (HTIC), the ʻUluʻulu Archive now has a translation of the speech.

On Wednesday, Dec. 9, the ʻUluʻulu Archive hosted a presentation where HTIC students presented findings from their translation work and provided context about Senator Inouye’s life at the time of the film. They discussed differences between the English and Japanese language versions of the speech and the reasons for those differences. The discussion addressed Inouye’s life; nuances of language focusing on the use of English and Japanese; and historical events including the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, mentioned by Inouye in the “Senate Recording Studios 1963” broadcast.

This free event was held on Wednesday, Dec. 9, from 10-11 a.m. in the UHWO Library ʻUluʻulu Archive Exhibition Space.

Image courtesy of 'Ulu'ulu Henry K. Giugni Moving Image Archive of Hawaiʻi

[This original news story is found on the UHWO web: http://www.uhwo.hawaii.edu/ekamakanihou/?p=2149.]


2015/11/25 8:59:00

As a part of International Education Week 2015, Wednesday, November 18, was "Japan Day" on the campuses of HTIC and UH West Oahu. Marukame Udon served Japanese food on the HTIC campus lawn ($3 - $6 per dish) beginning at 4:30 pm. Then the Japanese animated movie "The Garden of Words" [言の葉の庭] was screened in the HTIC Auditorium (free admission!) at 6:00 pm. UHWO Professor Jayson Chun delivered a keynote mini-lecture before the movie. HTIC was honored to welcome Consul General Yasushi Misawa from the Consulate General of Japan in Honolulu as a special guest.


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2015/11/2 16:06:27

Ms. Kurumi Kanamori, Class of 2013, will soon make her long-time dream come true. Kurumi recently passed the certificate exam to teach English at public junior high schools in Yokohama, Japan. Kurumi graduates from Tokai University (School of Letters) in March and will teach English at a public school in Yokohama starting April. She is grateful for her experiences at HTIC, [without which] “I could not have come this far. My experiences at HTIC will continue to assist me in various aspects. I greatly appreciate every one who has supported me. I will continue to learn and improve myself so that I can be a better teacher.”


2015/10/20 13:42:21

Students from Hawaii Tokai International College (HTIC) and the University of Hawaii–West Oahu (UHWO) enjoyed a Peer Mentor Picnic at Magic Island on Saturday, October 17, 2015. The Peer Mentorship program for UHWO students and HTIC Liberal Arts students was initiated in the Fall 2015 term by the HTIC Office of Student Services (OSS) and is an example of the growing and mutually beneficial partnership between HTIC and UHWO. The Peer Mentorship program assists HTIC students with the transition to college life in Hawaii and provides students from both campuses the opportunity to learn new cultures while sharing their own. OSS hopes to further expand this program in future terms. Students interested in becoming a mentor should contact Academic Liaison Officer Erin Fukumoto at efukumoto@tokai.edu.

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2015/9/14 14:00:00

Five HTIC students are spending their Fall semester abroad. Zachary Agcaoili, a graduate of Pacific Buddhist Academy, and Aulani Pang, a graduate of Leilehua High School, will study at Hanyang University in Korea. Honoka‘a graduate Ryan Haskill and Waiakea graduates Karren Gonong and Jaren Layaoen will study at Tokai University in Japan.

Before participating in HTIC’s Discover East Asia program, students are required to take language classes and two or three courses related to East Asia. They will earn at least three Japanese, Korean, or Chinese language credits while abroad, depending on the country of study. Upon returning to HTIC, each student will make a presentation (in Japanese, Korean, or Chinese) and submit a cross-cultural reflection paper or complete a similar project.

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