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Nature

Rough seas halt divers, but beaches get cleaned on Coral Day

Okinawans, Americans, and mainland Japanese all gathered on a cold windy morning with one goal in mind - to pick up trash. The day was sango no hi (coral day), March 1, and over 100 volunteers came to Maeda Cape to give their time and support to the annual cleanup.   Read More!

Community

Slave auction held at Kubasaki High School

Slavery, defined by Webster, is the state of a person who is the chattel of another. The "Roman-Greek Sale," many students referred to as a slave auction, was held at Kubasaki High School, on Camp Foster, Feb.   Read More!

DRMO Top Supervisor

Battle Creek, Mi. - Jamie Ramos, supervisor in the property management branch at the Defense Reutilization and marketing Office (DRMO) Okinawa, was recently selected one of the top ten employees of the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS).   Read More!

Education

Okinawa Hawaii and Hong Kong hold symposium on conventions

Last week on February 18 a symposium was held for the purpose of sharing ideas and information on conventions and their role in tourist based economies. Sandra Moreno, Vice President of the Hawaii Visitors Convention Bureau, and Hong Kong Tourist Association's Director, Ellen Kwan, attended the conference as guest speakers, representing their respective agencies.   Read More!

Localbeat

Giant Robo Sets Anime Trend!!!

In an alternate retro-future Earth, A super secret force known as the International Police Organization manned by Espers (people born with paranormal powers) battle an evil world wide terrorist group 'Big Fire' bent on global domination. Among the IPO's weapons is the most powerful robot on the planet, Giant Robo.   Read More!

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