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Rabah Filali his story of Service to others by Tina Quizon

October 31, 2012


Rabah Filali is an anchor for Alhurra TV and author, Rabah has cover News stories for more than 25 countries and reported on 5 wars in the middle eastern area of the globe. His newest book “Jasmine” was recently released, I had a chance to catch up with Rabah and he shared part of his […]

Tsunami warning prompts Hawaii Governor and Mayor to want to restrict water, gas and food

October 28, 2012


Mayor Peter Carlise announced to the Oahu public that he would be shutting off the Island water system. His announcement was made on Saturday evening Oct 27, live at the Oahu Civil Defense center to residents by the local TV news stations. With another report by the Governor Abercrombie’s Press person Donalyn Dela Cruz from […]

tsunami warning issued for all Hawaiian Islands

October 28, 2012


After a 7.7 earthquake hit British Colombia the Hawaiian Islands civil defense issued a tsunami warning.

Man with hand gun apprehended as police end situation peacefully in Waipio

October 24, 2012


Last night HPD was called to Waipio in response to a report of a man with a hand gun. The incident occurred around 6pm Tuesday evening as several on duty police and a Swat team were dispatched to the scene. The Honolulu Police was able to end the situation quickly and without any further incidents […]

Wanted Women Entrepreneurs! To create growth and change in all Markets & Sectors

October 5, 2012


“Pathways to Paradise” TV Show – Global Women Entrepreneur Awards – with Dr Bee Leng Chua So what are our global countries doing to allow for Women Entrepreneurs to be successful? Do the world leaders and corporations really value women? How are we bringing women to the table to create growth and change in all […]

Facing our challenges and resolve our problems through non-aggressive ways

October 2, 2012


Ambassador Anwarul K. Chowdhury Former Under-Secretary-General and High Representative of the UN sent us this message today in honor of the legacy of Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday. Here are his observations on the International Day of Non-violence and the Mahatma’s birthday on 2 October 2012: “Only by establishing the culture of peace, our world can be […]

Can we Become the Change We Wish To See In The World? Arun Gandhi’s thoughts on his grandfather’s 143rd birthday

October 1, 2012


Article, TV Shows and photo by Tina Quizon As we all approach the United Nations International Day of Nonviolence 2012, we received a message from Arun Gandhi the #5 grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, and in our reflecting of asking we share our thoughts of – how far have we come as a community and global […]