“Uncovering the Sakamaki-Hawley Collection” Dr. Robert Huey Lecture, October 25, 3:30pm

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Please join us for an afternoon lecture by Dr. Robert Huey (UH Manoa) on the Sakamaki-Hawley Collection, including how the University of Hawaii and the University of Ryukyus have collaborated on them. Time and Location: October 25, Friday, 3:30-5:00 pm, … Continue reading

(Past Event) Himeyuri Peace Museum 30th Anniversary Special Event at Hamilton Library 9/4, 2PM

The Himeyuri Peace Museum is celebrating its 30th Anniversary. Please join us for a special event on Wednesday, September 4, in Hamilton Library, 2-4 pm. Guest speakers are Mr. Choukei Futenma, the current Director of the Museum, and Mr. Masanori … Continue reading

(Past Event) Book Talk – Okinawan Princess: Da Legend of Hajichi Tattoos. August 29, 6-7PM

The Okinawa Collection & the Hawaiian Collection are pleased to announce a book talk event with the author, Lee A. Tonouchi, and the illustrator, Laura Kina, on the recently published a picture book titled Okinawan Princess: Da Legend of Hajichi Tattoos (Honolulu: Bess … Continue reading

(Past Event) Recognizing Irredentism: Ulysses S. Grant and the Ryūkyū Shobun, April 5, Center for Okinawan Studies Public Lecture by Dr. Mark McNally (UHM)

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On April 5, 2019 (Friday) from 12 pm to 1:30 pm in Moore Hall 319  (Tokioka Room), The Center for Okinawan Studies, UHM, will host a lecture by Dr. Mark McNally (UHM History Department, Professor). Refreshments will be served. Recognizing … Continue reading

(Past Event) The Rise of Modern Okinawan Discourse on Hawai’i’s Social Pluralism, February 13, Colloquium by Hiyane Teruo, Professor Emeritus, University of the Ryukyus

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On Wednesday, February 13, Center for Okinawan Studies will host a colloquium by Hiyane Teruo, Professor Emeritus, University of the Ryukyus titled, The Rise of Modern Okinawan Discourse on Hawai’i’s Social Pluralism. Time and Location: 3:00-5:00 pm, Moore Hall 319 Event … Continue reading

(Past Event) Okinawan uta-sanshin Performance by Norman Kaneshiro, this Sunday at East-West Center Gallery

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Uta nu Michi: The Path of Learning Okinawan Songs Sunday, December 9, 2:00-3:00 p.m. East-West Center Gallery Free admission Musician and University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa lecturer Norman Kaneshiro shares the classical Okinawan tradition of uta-sanshin developed during the flourishing … Continue reading

(Past Event) Want to listen to nice Okinawan music? Please join us on Sunday, November 11 at music event “Sacred Sounds of Ryukyu” at Orvis Auditorium

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On November 11th, Sunday, from 6pm, there will be traditional Okinawan music performance at Orvis Auditorium,UH Manoa Music Department. Please click on the flyer below for further details. Sacred Sounds of Ryukyu Flyer For online ticket purchase, please click on … Continue reading

(Past Event) 10/13 Sat. Symposium: 30th Anniversary of the University of Hawai’i – University of the Ryukyus Partnership

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University of Hawai’i and University of Ryukyus are hosting a symposium on 10/13 Saturday from 9 am – 4:30 pm at Center for Korean Studies at University of Hawai’i at Manoa. Further details to follow. For seating and lunch information, … Continue reading

(Past Event) Want to study abroad to Okinawa? Info session for University of the Ryukyus exchange program, 9/5, Wednesday

If you are interested in studying abroad to Okinawa, there will be an info session on an exchange program with University of Ryukyu September 5th, Wednesday on the 1st floor of Moore Hall at 10:30 am. Also, further information of the … Continue reading

(Past Event) Save the date! Okinawan Choral Music Performance, November 11, Sunday, 6pm

On November 11th, Sunday, from 6pm, there will be Okinawan Choral Music performance at Orvis Auditorium,UH Manoa Music Department.  

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