By Chris Takahashi | Staff Writer Renting a surfboard is typically a no-fuss affair: show up, sign...Read More
Month: June 2017
Julie has been an O’ahu resident for a little more than a year since her husband began working at Pearl Harbor. The pre-nursing major has been quick to pick up island-favorite activities such as hiking, and most recently, Julie has been teaching herself how to surf.
While Julie’s hometown is Cleveland, Ohio, she’s been happy with the transition to life in Hawaii because she’s able to “avoid the snow” and long winters of the Midwest.Read More
By Chris Takahashi | Staff Writer It has been nearly 40 years since the Waikīkī War Memorial...Read More
By Lexus Yamashiro | Staff Writer When Ronald Takahashi, the department chair of the Culinary Arts...Read More
By Lexus Yamashiro | Staff Writer For aspiring dietician Christian Rae Wong, she could not have...Read More
- Hui Hui GuoHui Hui Guo spent her childhood in China but came to O'ahu by way of the Big Island. After high school graduation on Hawaii, Guo moved to Honolulu to attend KCC and plans to major in hospitality and tourism. This is her fourth semester at KCC. She is already gaining valuable experience in the tourism industry by working at a retail swimwear store in Waikiki. There, she is able to use her bilingual skills when conversing with travelers from China. After completion of her degree, either at KCC or through transferring to UH Manoa, Guo plans to stay in Honolulu and enter the workforce in the tourism industry. Though she seldom is found painting these days - school and work take up much time - Guo used to love painting and was involved in the art club at her high school.