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  • Nov172017

    Fil-Am Festival at  This month in Hawai’i we are celebrating Filipino American History Month.  It is an opportunity to celebrate the heritage of Filipino-Americans in Hawai’i. On October 21, 2017 at the Queen Ka’ahumanu Center the Maui Filipino Chamber of Commerce along side with University of Hawaii’s Filipino Club (Kabatak Club) and many other vendors celebrated another year called “Maui Fil-Am Heritage Festival”.        It was a full day packed with exciting and entertaining events such as “Master P-Noy Chef Cook Off”, “Speedy Balut Eating Contest”, and “Any Kine Adobo Contest” just to name a few.  Our UHMC and Baldwin High School Kabatak Clubs were facilitators in the parol (a traditional Christmas ornament) making station.     We had 50 parols made which will be displayed at Vidad’s in the upstairs food court at the Queen Ka’ahumanu Mall.     There were many prizes given throughout the day which totaled close to $2,500 in cash money, and four roundtrip tickets to Manila sponsored by Philippine Airlines.  There were also many Filipino restaurant vendors serving incredible local dishes including “halo halo”, “pansit”, and “adobo”.     One of the highlights for me was seeing council member Don Guzman walk around with the ice candy cart with our UHMC Kabatak members greeting the community.   The whole day had a warm family feel to the atmosphere.  Everyone got to experience the community of Maui come to support Filipino American History Month and help encourage and empower our Filipino community here on Maui. Thank you for all who made this day possible.  Agyamanak Maui!    Editor note: Samuel Peralta was a volunteer for the Fil-Am Festival at the Queen Ka’ahumanu Center

    By Samuel Peralta This month in Hawai’i we are celebrating Filipino American History Month.  It is an opportunity to celebrate the…

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  • May142017

    Better transportation planning can cut energy consumption

     By Shanelle Macaraeg Over the last seven years, Hawai’i’s consumption of fossil fuels has been consistently declining, yet the transportation…

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  • Feb022017

    Maui Energy Conference set for March

    By Shelly Harris A problem that has long vexed scientists – the search for a renewable and economically viable form…

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  • Jun052016

    Art Maui: A Work of Art Itself

    By Akane McCann   Many of us here on Maui are familiar with Art Maui, the beautiful art exhibition that…

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  • Apr092016

    Campus Close-Up: A Calendar of Upcomng Campus Events

    Maui College is a buzz with activity in the final weeks of the semester. This Saturday, April 9, 2016 the…

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  • Mar122016

    Maui Families Join Together for a Day of Printmaking

    Maui Families Join Together for a Day of Printmaking By Morgan Y. Lapp Families from all around the island came…

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  • Mar112016

    ‘Statements of Nature’

    MACC exhibit shows multiple perspectives of nature By Lorena Abreu The art of many artists across the U.S. has been…

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  • Mar052016

    No ‘Free Willy’ for Whale Day 2016

    By Paige Herrin Many local residents were surprised to find Pacific Whale Foundation charging an entrance fee to the annual…

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  • Mar052016

    Native Hawaiian Plant Society Hosts Talk on Native Plants and Coastal Restoration

    Native Hawaiian Plant Society Hosts Talk on Native Plants and Coastal Restoration By Akane McCann On Friday, Feb. 26, members…

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  • Jan292016

    Made Local, Buy Local: Small Businesses on the Rise

    Maui seems to be home to many creative people who not only have a passion for creating what they love,…

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