China must be condemned and boycott for manufacturing junk, following deceptive business practices, and human rights violations.
There is a cultural controversy occurring in Hawaii over whether it is right – a moral, not legal issue – for the state to build a $1.4 billion thirty-meter (18 stories!) telescope on Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano on the island of Hawaii. Ethnic Hawaiian elders claim this state-owned site has religious significance and want… Continue reading Mauna Kea Telescope: Symbol of Hope and Faith
People change all the time.-Tony Shalhoub People can change, and when they do, we are fortunate to witness it. I recently started working with my dad. He’s an old school architect in his 70s, still drawing plans by hand and driving all over Oahu to measure houses. Recent environmental regulations for storm water runoff on… Continue reading Thankful, Patient, Mellower
I just completed a blog series covering Hawaii problems with housing density for All Kinds Drafting Services. Although the articles are Hawaii-specific with a few local terms and neighborhoods, people all over the world have similar concerns. Making sure elderly parents are taken care ofWanting our kids to be safe and get to their activities… Continue reading A Series on Obstacles to Increasing Housing Density