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Okinawa Original Next Week on Kadena

Starting Thursday, January 13th, and running through Monday the 17th, from 10:00am to 5:30pm at the Kadena Services Mall: the much awaited Okinawa Original event is finally getting closer. During those busy 5 days on the Air Force Base, a Tent Sale will be the regular place to purchase some of Okinawa’s finest art and hand-made products.   Read More!

A Collection of Wise Words by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

As Americans and the rest of the world prepare to commemorate the birthday of one of the most famous civil rights leaders of the last century, the Nobel Prize winner of 1964, it may be a good thing to take time and read some of his words again. They are words of wisdom, spoken by a man who probably had divine inspiration.   Read More!

Martin Luther King Memorial Prayer Breakfast Trivia

1. As a Nobel Peace Prize winner, King had what distinction? a.   Read More!

Kadena Child Care Program Undergoing Facelift

This year, the Air Force, and probably the other services of the US Military in Okinawa, will be following a new family child care program that was introduced on Kadena since November 1st, 1999. The new changes, which are the probably the first of their kind since the Air Force child care program was introduced in 1983, are not expected to have any impact on how much parents will now pay for their children’s care.   Read More!

Nago City to Hold Pressed Flower Design Competition

Nago City's Sightseeing Association will conduct a Nago City Pressed Flower Design Competition 2000 at the beginning of this year. The foundation will accept applications for the competition between Monday, January 17th, and Tuesday the 18th.   Read More!


Opinion: A Christmas Story for the New Year

The Holidays are over, but that does not mean that our holy days are gone. The birth of Jesus Christ, for those who believe in Him as the Savior of mankind, is just the beginning of life eternal, not the end.   Read More!

Take a Look at the Mirror

Take a look at the mirror; tell me, what do you see? Is it what you think you are, or what you’re supposed to be?” (Jimmy Cliff) It is said that the past feeds the present and the present feeds the future. It is also common knowledge that a good and clear understanding of the past can contribute enormously to better shaping the future.   Read More!


Okinawa International on the Web

As Okinawa moves into a new century, it is evident that the most significant medium for the spread of vital information about its economic and cultural assets is bound to be via the Internet. It is clear that Okinawa will not escape the global trend in the development of information technology.   Read More!

Internet Malls Getting International Shopper Friendly

Headline after headline tells us of the ever-expanding world of e-commerce. Yet after hours of navigation through some of the world’s most popular websites like gap.   Read More!


When the Clock Struck 12 in Okinawa

The New Year began in Okinawa with local residents gathering at temples and shrines to make their first pilgrimage of the New Year. The Futenma Jingu Shrine was especially crowded as residents came to make wishes for good luck and to get their fortunes read.   Read More!


Pataya Redefines Hot and Spicey Thai Cuisine

The history of exchanges between Thailand and the Ryukyu Islands goes back as far as the 14th Century. Thailan, which was known as gShamuh in those days, built its closest relationship with the Ryukyus through the international trade that flourished among southeast Asian countries.   Read More!

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