All posts tagged "Honolulu"

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    Korea Times project: Honolulu, first home of Korean immigrants

    By Lee Hae-gwang Early Korean immigrants to the United States — including those who arrived in Honolulu onboard the SS Gaelic on Jan. 13, 1903 — worked on Hawaii’s sugar cane plantations as contract laborers for 69...

    • Posted December 30, 2015
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    Honolulu art museum opens Korean ceramics exhibition

    An exhibition of 68 Korean ceramics, “Splendor and Serenity,” is on display at the Honolulu Museum of Art through Nov. 8. The museum, the largest in Hawaii and which houses approximately 1,000 pieces of Korean artwork, brought...

    • Posted August 24, 2015
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  • Chef Grant Sato, fifth from left, won the Honolulu Taste of Korea contest Monday. He will go on to finals in South Korea in August.
    Okinawan American wins Taste of Korea competition in Hawaii

    By The Korea Times Hawaii staff Taste of Korea, a global competition held by the South Korean government, crowned a community college instructor and chef, Grant Sato, as the winner of Hawaii’s regional contest Monday. Sato took...

    • Posted July 16, 2015
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    Hubert Minn named to Hawaii Board of Education

    Hubert Minn, deputy director of Honolulu’s department of enterprise services, was named to Hawaii’s Board of Education by Governor David Ige and confirmed by a committee last Friday. The Senate Education Committee passed Ige’s nomination along with...

    • Posted April 22, 2015
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