JASH Weekly Update 4-30

Dear Members and Friends of JASH, Welcome to our JASH Weekly Update! We hope this email finds you and your family safe and in good health. In today’s update, we’d like to feature some of our JASH members! Click HERE to read an article from The Hawaii Herald featuring JASH Board Directors, Mr. Dan Dinell and Mr. John Rankin, and JASH NexGen Advisory Counsel, Mr. Toby Tamaye. The article written by Ms. Jodie Ching, JASH member and editor of The Hawaii Herald, summarizes the multi-generational panel discussion about “Embracing Change While Preserving Traditions”.. Click below if you missed the webinar hosted by JASH Board Chairman, Mr. Steve Sombrero titled “Japanese COVID Panel Discussio

JASH Weekly Update 4-23

Dear Members and Friends of JASH, Welcome to our JASH Weekly Update! We hope this email finds you and your family safe and in good health. In today’s update, we would like to share a useful and free online educational program that you can enjoy during the stay-at-home order. If you are looking for a unique educational program for your children during school closure or interested in learning how to eat healthy and prepare Japanese food, this is the resource that you won’t want to miss! Table for TWO is now offering their Japanese-inspired food education online course “Wa-Shokuiku - Learn. Cook. Eat Japanese!” for students of all ages for free through July 7, 2020. Through this course, you

JASH Weekly Update 4/16/20

JASH Update 4-16 Dear Members and Friends of JASH, Welcome to our Weekly JASH Update. We hope this email finds you and your family safe and in good health. In today’s update we’d like to highlight our academic corporate members and partners who include colleges and universities located in both Hawaii and Japan. Now that we find ourselves at home, what a perfect time for your future college student to explore local and international study abroad opportunities! In a rapidly globalized society, the opportunity to engage in active collaboration and exchanges, and further studies with international institutions is fundamental to the education of our students. JASH is collaborating with local an

JASH Weekly Update 4/9/20

April 9, 2020 JASH Weekly Update Dear Members and Friends of JASH, We hope this email finds you and your families safe and in good health. Social distancing has kept us from physically gathering, but we can still stay connected. JASH wants to keep you engaged with a Weekly JASH Update. Each week we will share information on various topics. Stay tuned every Thursday! “Rosa Rugosa Alba” or “Hamanashi” Rose Roses in Japan By Marsha Yokomichi Background Information JASH Vice President – Marsha Yokomichi also serves as the Vice President–External of the Honolulu Rose Society (HRS). She has been growing roses for over 20 years and is part of the voluntary core-group of HRS members who mainta

JASH Weekly Update

April 2, 2020 JASH Weekly Update Dear Members and Friends of JASH, We hope this email finds you and your families safe and in good health. Social distancing has kept us from physically gathering, but we can still stay connected. JASH wants to keep you engaged with a Weekly JASH Update. Each week we will share information on various topics. Stay tuned every Thursday! Did you know that JASH delivers over 100 programs each year? Check out some of our many programs in our Spring Newsflash.

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