Many in Hawai’i have spent a lot of time with family over the last few days, and Hawai’i’s families are often a glorious mix of cultures. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa visited "Tradition and Transition: Stories of Hawai‘i Immigrants" at the Bishop Museum with thoughts about how people begin a new life in a new land.
Find moving accounts of Hawai’i’s Ilocano children and parents in new books from the Ilocano Language and Literature Program at UH Manoa. See links below. HPR’s series on Filipinos in Hawai’i continues Friday. “Tradition and Transition, Stories of Hawai‘i Immigrants” at the Bishop Museum currently focuses on Japanese immigrants and will run through the year.
To get the books, either call, email or snail mail Dr. Aurelio Agcaoili:
Ilokano Language and Literature Program
2540 Maile Way, Spalding 255
Honolulu, HI 96822
Contact Faculty Members:
Dr. Aurelio Solver Agcaoili, Assistant Professor & Coordinator