1. Distinguished UH alumni honored


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    J. Kuhio Asam, Claire L. Asam, Rick Blangiardi, Emme Tomimbang and John Waihee were honored as 2014 UH Distinguished Alumni. Read the story on the University of Hawaii News site at http://www.hawaii.edu/news/2014/05/08/distinguished-uh-alumni-honored/

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    • State of OHA 2011


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      The annual State of OHA Address highlighted the accomplishments of the agency in the past year and the future initiatives to serve Native Hawaiians. Keynote speaker Gov. John Waiheʻe III emphasized the goals of the Native Hawaiian Roll Commission.

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      • Zhou Enlai: Story of Courage


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        Zhou Enlai showed extraordinary insight and courage, in confronting potential violence and standing for peace. The co-founders of the Zhou Enlai Peace Institute tell one of many heroic stories, at the announcement of the Institute in Honolulu, November 11, 2011. Introduced by former Hawaii governor, John Waihee.

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        • Michael North - Zhou Enlai and America Today


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          Michael North is the co-founder of the Zhou Enlai Peace Institute. Here, he speaks to 300 people at the announcement of the Institute in Honolulu, November 11, 2011. He talks about the relevance of Zhou Enlai to Americans today, and what the example of the former Premier teaches us about seeing the world, through Chinese eyes. Inrroduction by former Governor John Waihee.

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          • Governor John Waihee - Introduction


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            The former Governor of Hawaii, John Waihee III, served as Ambassador of Aloha to the opening of the Zhou Enlai Peace Institute, November 2011 in Honolulu. In his introduction, he recalls great heroes of peace -- Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King -- and compares their contribution to history to that of Zhou Enlai in China.

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