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Confusion at the Hawaii State Attorney General Office

July 30, 2013


Article by Tina Quizon Last time I checked the definition of the word “complaint”, meant in legal terminology, a formal legal document that sets out the facts and legal reasons that the filing party or parties believes are sufficient to support a claim against the party or parties against whom the claim is brought against […]


July 27, 2013


Everyone lives according to a set or hierarchy of values or priorities.  A value in this regard does not refer to a moral or ethical issue. It’s the things in life you consider to be the most valuable. It develops from the things you feel you perceive are lacking in your life, your voids. Health […]

“Montage of Roy Tabora’s painting & art”

July 21, 2013


For more than 3 decades, Roy Tabora has inspired people young and old with his paintings of Paradise, Roy shares his fine art work here in Hawaii at a number of Tabora Galleries.  At a time when many schools and our education systems are cutting out programs with art, Roy’s  example, his painting, work and […]

HPD & Navy rallies with the community for Safety, taking it to the Streets

July 20, 2013


Article by Tina Quizon from August 2010, updated July 20, 2013 For about a decade, Fay Toyama, the Principle at Lehua Elementary had tried to reach out to the Neighborhood Board,  the State of Hawaii, HPD, the Navy and  the City & County  of Honolulu to voice the problems, the stress and concerns the school and community were experiencing with the dangerous speeding […]

Our Personal & Social responsibility toward each other & Humanity

July 14, 2013


Originally posted on tinaquizon: How far has mankind evolved?? How do we really treat our fellow man or woman? Do we really follow the golden rule touted by many religions, judicial and other leaders “Love thy Neighbor” as you love yourself. Or do those rules only apply if your fellow brother or sister, walks,…

The importance of making Hawaii a more friendly & safe bicycling community & State

July 13, 2013


Article by Tina Quizon, Hawaii has some of the best weather for Bicycling not only for enjoyment but more importantly to commute, but is it safe and what are we doing as a community to understand the responsibility of everyone to make sure we are sharing the roads equally and safety with Bike riders. In […]

“No Sanctuary” in Hawaii for the wetlands, the bones and the wildlife

July 7, 2013


Article & Photo by Tina Quizon As more and more development creeps across the Aina (land) of Oahu and the other Hawaiian Islands, the harsh and irreversible reality sets in. That there is no sanctuary here in Hawaii.  While many celebrated freedom, our land and water resources are plagued by our greed to squander, to build upon and destroy […]

Uniting the World with Aloha – the United Nations Association -Hawaii Chapter

July 1, 2013


Article by Tina Quizon It was a day, three long years in the making, to bring from Washington D.C. – Patrick Madden, the CEO of the United Nations Association of Amercia. Patrick spoke at the Hawaii State Capital about this years mission to uplift Women and children promoting equality through out the nations of the […]