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Ray Tsuchiyama's family arrived on Maui in the early 1900s. His late father was a member of the Maui High Class of '37, and his grandparents' ashes are in an urn at a Wailuku Buddhist temple. After 20 years in Japan, he is a chronicler of his arrival on Maui, and his re-engagement with Maui society and history, and also presenting visions of a future Maui. Earlier this year the Honolulu Star-Advertiser published his Op-Ed on Maui and Hawai'i political history. He is on the Board of the Pacific and Asian Affairs Council and the Pacific Hawaii District Export Council.
My Favorite Sites
The Future Hawai’i Olympics Delegation?
July 29, 2012
Why isn’t there an Elepani on Maui?
July 2, 2012
What Makes a Great Salesperson?
June 12, 2012
My Quest for a Good Malasada in Brazil
May 13, 2012
William “Opelu” Pai and His 1939 Great Swim
May 6, 2012
Keo Nakama and Swimming 26 Miles from Molokai to Oahu
April 28, 2012
The Next (Cautious) Hawai’i Real Estate Upturn
April 15, 2012
On Bilingualism and Mandarin in Minnetonka, Minnesota
April 6, 2012
Bilingualism, Aging, and Becoming Smarter
April 1, 2012
Surrounded by Dogs, Dogs, Dogs
March 25, 2012
One Citizen, One Vote or Civics on Maui vis-a-vis China
March 17, 2012
One Year After the Great East Japan Earthquake
March 9, 2012
The “Hippie” Invasion of 1960s Maui
March 3, 2012
Gasoline Prices and Maui's Future
February 26, 2012