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Features


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Features


Issue 1: The Bridge

“The Bridge” depicts connectivity, a physical link, a metaphorical symbol. Like bridges, Chinatown is a place of cultural connections, a gathering place where people from all socio-economic backgrounds and interests come together. This issue is reflective of that, featuring the topics that affect all members of our community and the people that keep our neighborhood creative and on its toes. 

Honolulu Creators

Why you should keep your broke, art-making ass in Chinatown.

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LET OUR EYES BE THE LIGHT

Printmaker AJ Feducia on his hand-cut industrial cranes.

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Sunrise, Sunset

5 participants, 5 cities, 5 "sunrises", 5 "sunsets", 1 day.  

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ON PAPER

Jared Yamanuha describes his obsessive, reductive process.

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Legends Never Die

A remembrance of Bernardo "Nardo" Bernard.

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A Cut Above

Inside Landon Tom's frenzied cut-up world of collage.

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Chinatown Guide


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Chinatown Guide


EXPLORE HISTORIC STOREFRONTS

Behind Chinatown’s historic storefronts are contemporary bars, boutiques, restaurants, and galleries—all locally owned and independently run by a set of visionary entrepreneurs who coexist to create a burgeoning industry of commerce and creative.

 

upcoming events


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upcoming events



GET DOWN IN CHINATOWN

Check out our events page to keep up to date with what's happening in Chinatown. And follow us on instagram @chinatownnow.

 
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