A people and their island: do they stand a chance against the U.S. military?
Guam is one of the most heavily militarized places in the Pacific read
Post-hurricane Puerto Rico needlessly suffers from Trump administration foot-dragging
Shipping restrictions to help get fuel and supplies to the island are not lifted read
'Leave, or we will kill you all:' The Rohingya refugee crisis
Most of the refugees are women, children and the elderly read
Summit + Honolulu Waldorf School
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How an education rich in musical learning helps Waldorf students thrive read
Netflix in September: 'First They Killed My Father'
Angelina Jolie's adaptation of harrowing Cambodian war memoir makes its debut read
​Seoul, from the ground up
Life goes on in the South Korean capital in spite of geopolitical bluster, a heatwave and Liberation Day celebrations on both sides of the 38th parallel read
A colorful celebration of Hawaiian language resurgence and legendary wordplay
808 Urban's Living Legacy mural series honors the 30th anniversary of Hawaiian Immersion Education with its “Ke Kanakolu” project read
Jess Penner: Hawaii-born singer-songwriter has hit children's record
Her EP 'Imagination' is doing well on the iTunes chart read
From Haiku to Hollywood: Filmmaker keeps it in the ohana
Destin Daniel Cretton makes his 2nd feature with Oscar winner Brie Larson read
How Ottmar Liebert found harmony in music and spirituality
The eclectic guitarist and German-born Zen monk has pulled a wide range of influences together to create a focused musical center read
Joint Arab-Jewish business venture signals hope for peace
An Oakland business connects people, land and profits read
Remi Kanazi: How art defies oppression
Summit speaks with Palestinian American poet Remi Kanazi read
Anti-Zionism is not at odds with being Jewish
A Jewish-American scholar considers the case against Apartheid read
Summit + SXSW
Guiding Light
Summit presents a star compass used by Pacific wayfinders—stars not included read
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