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Entertainment

West Indian Association brings Caribbean to Okinawa

Hello again party people. This week the Partyman is pleased to announce yet another international event for you to enjoy.   Read More!

International Carnival

Seven thousand people marched in a parade on Gate 2 Street and thousands more cheered on during the Okinawa City International Carnival, held over the weekend. American participants in the parade featured the flags of their respective states.   Read More!

Culture

Sakima Art Museum is a visit into history

To ensure that history doesn't repeat itself, Sakima Art Museum's ownerMichio Sakima wants to share his paintings, which vividly depict the harsh reality of war. He believes, "It is necessary to heal the pain of both those who died tragically in wars and those who survived.   Read More!

Community

Cultural Awareness Courses

A 'Tastes of the Orient' special holiday edition class will focus on garnishes, Friday, Nov. 20 at Kadena's Family Support Center.   Read More!

Soldiers receive expanded cable service

Soldiers living on Army installations are getting their thumbs warmed up for some serious channel surfing as the Army on Okinawa expands its cable television service from five channels to 55 channels. The Army will celebrate the addition of the Americable International Japan, Inc.   Read More!

Nature

APEC Energy Ministers focus on regional cooperation

Thursday, October 8, 1998, marked the first day of several meetings scheduled during the APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Council) "Third Energy Ministers Meeting". It was the first time for the APEC conference on energy to come to Okinawa Prefecture.   Read More!

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