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Ray Tsuchiyama's family arrived on Maui in the early 1900s, and his late father attended Maui High with many illustrious Maui old timers. His Maui family members were elementary school teachers, plantation manager cook, stevedores, World War II Army veterans, nurses, hotel workers, and gas-station entrepreneurs.
His blogs re-interpret Hawai'i history through a current perspective, plus reviews of Hawaiian music, food, architecture, and even the lives of geckos.
He was born in northern Japan, and has traveled throughout China, Southeast Asia, India, Africa, Latin America, and Europe; the most profound influence on his life was growing up in Kalihi-Palama near downtown Honolulu.
"Pacific Memories and Visions" was presented an 2013 Excellence in Journalism Contest award by the Hawaii Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
My Favorite Sites
Why Isn’t China at the World Cup in Sunny Brazil?
June 14, 2014
A Quiet Memorial Day
May 27, 2014
Update to Electric Cars on Maui
May 11, 2014
The Four Novels of Milton Murayama
April 13, 2014
Colorado and the Great Pot Experiment of January 1 2014
January 1, 2014
Christmas Eve at Makena’s Keawala‘i Church
December 25, 2013
The Rise of Dairy Queen, Treats and Sweets, and The Sad Fall
December 15, 2013
South African Memories
December 14, 2013
The Kennedy Assassination and the World of 50 Years Ago
November 29, 2013
An October Saturday, Up-Country, and Pumpkins
October 13, 2013
San Diego: A City of Boosters
October 6, 2013
The New Wailuku Safeway, Geographic Isolation, and TV’s Doomsday Preppers
September 28, 2013
Bon Odori Under the Moon In Wailuku
August 4, 2013
Martin Luther King, Jr. Wearing a Lei in Selma, Alabama
August 3, 2013
My Uncle at Makawao Veterans Cemetery
July 21, 2013