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Clement Chow is a Liberal Arts – Business major in his first year at KCC. He has been in Hawaii for three years. As soon as he graduated high school, he applied to KCC to further his education.
Chow would like to to start his own business one day, but he is not sure about the kind of business yet. He used to live with his parents, who just moved to Palao last March. He currently lives with his sister.
In his free time, the 18-year-old enjoys playing tennis, basketball and working out. He is a certified diver. He used to dive with sharks back in Palao, where he got his certification.Read More
Alyssa Espinoza moved to Hawaiʻi with her husband six months ago. Originally from Texas, Espinoza and her partner had spent a year and a half stationed in Nebraska before moving to the aloha state. She said that she has been enjoying the island, and its mellow weather.
“I like it because it doesn’t snow,” Espinoza said. “We get to go to the beach a lot, which is a lot of fun. … We can be outside, swimming, and my dog likes to be outside … ”
Being away from her extended family is a challenge to the 21-year old.
“ … My family is back home in Texas, and I recently just lost two of my grandfathers, over the past like, two months. That’s the hardest part, is not being able to be with my family.”
Alyssa is currently working towards a degree in nursing at KCC. In the future, she hopes to work in pediatric care.
In her free time, she goes on hikes and fishing with her husband. She also enjoys watching tutorial videos on how to do makeup.Read More
- Dennis HoDennis Ho is a nursing major taking prerequisites at the moment. He’s been working on pharmacology assignments, which he says it’s “really hard.” Ho got inspired to pursue a second career in nursing after he had a family member with medical needs, and so far he really enjoys his course. Aside from studying, Ho has a photography company that provides services for school events, such as proms, graduation parties and yearbooks. The Nuʻuanu resident likes to go swimming, running and playing volleyball in his free time.