Discussions about various generations in the United States often focus on differences among Baby Boomers, members of Generation X, and Millennials.  But in Asia, researchers have coined a new term—“Generation O.” HPR’s Bill Dorman has more in today’s Asia Minute.

Flickr Commons
Flickr Commons

  The number of visitors to Hawai‘i from South Korea has grown substantially in recent years. And Hawai‘i has been home to a significant Korean community for more than a century. In fact, the first large group of Korean immigrants to the United States landed in Hawai‘i in 1903, to work on the sugar plantations. When it comes to South Korea today, certain international attitudes are shifting. HPR’s Bill Dorman explains in today’s Asia Minute.

Jeff Portnoy steps down from MVT's board

Jul 14, 2013

Bob Sandla, sitting in for Judy Neale,  interviews Jeff Portnoy about board governance and his long career as board president at Manoa Valley Theatre.

Otto Bakes His Last Cake in Chinatown

Jul 1, 2013
Molly Solomon
Molly Solomon

This past Friday, a popular Chinatown bakery served its last slice of cheesecake. The owner says he's faced threats and violence from drug dealers in the neighborhood. He's decided to close up shop and relocate, for the safety of his customers and employees. HPR’s Molly Solomon spoke with the owner and has this report.

Otto Cake reopens in Kaimuki, 1127 12th Avenue, on July 4th.