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Emily’s interests as an American Studies major include culture and its impact and influence on different areas. Being from Hawaii, which is heavily influenced by Japanese culture, she is very interested in being able to see those origins. Emily herself … Continue reading
Sergey is currently pursuing a double major in Economics and Russian Studies.. Sergey’s plan is to finish his education by the end of 2014, which means he has one more semester to go. In the past, he has spent a lot … Continue reading
Chelsie Takasaki is currently a student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. She was a recipient of the Ryukoku University Scholarship for the potential to strengthen the understanding of East-West cultures and relations. During 2012-2013, Chelsie participated in the … Continue reading
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Hi everyone! My name is Victoria Jose. As a scholarship recipient for Nā Hoʻokama a Pauahi and Kuaʻana Native Hawaiian Student Development Services, I’m involved in multiple community service organizations. I am a member of Family Programs of Hawaii, where I am a childcare … Continue reading