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Honolulu Adventures Club
So, the boat is still broke, what to do? Lets Pau Hana and have some cocktails, apps, etc at one of our favorite watering holes, Bar 35 in Chinatown. We will take over the "Chain Room" or the back patio, depending on weather. Asking for $10 to go towards shared appetizers for everyone (flatbread pizzas, chicken nuggets, fries etc). Drinks will be cash bar. We will spend all money collected for the event on the event itself to have a nice litte party. We will also play a special ice breaker game that Risa has come up with - to allow everyone to mingle better and get to know each other! Come out and have fun while the boat is in "dry dock"... Hope to see you then!
Oahu Online Business
Hang out with fellow businesspeople. Share stories, talk about tech, and get motivated. What We Do Hang out with fellow online entrepreneurs. It's very casual. The social mixers don't have a presentation or agenda. Share stories, get motivated, and find ways to work with each other. Popular topics include: search engine optimization (SEO) blog monetization e-mail list building WordPress e-commerce We often share recommendations of good blogs to read, podcasts to listen to, and other resources to help each other succeed. Need a good web host? Setting up an e-commerce store website? Want suggestions for WordPress plugins? Come to our meetup and find someone you can work with. We encourage an exchange of value. Please respect that our members are at the meetup to support, not do free work. Introduce yourself to whoever is nearby and start getting to know each other. Feel free to change up in a while; meeting new people is encouraged. Location We meet at Mocha Java Cafe in Ward Centre. It's near Kaka'ako Kitchen and Famous Footwear. We sit indoors. The cafe has two counters: we sit on the side closer to the restrooms. How to find us We wear name tags. If you see someone taking out a pack of name tag stickers and sharpie pens, that's probably one of the organizers. Come over and introduce yourself :)
Honolulu Japanese Language and Cultural Group
We are Japanese natives and Hawaii locals, and are organizing a group for beginner, intermediate, advance level Japanese conversation. This is not a class; rather, it is a group for practicing conversation with fellow learners and native speakers. Come to practice Japanese. The group will gather informally to chat, make new friends, learn about other cultures and maybe find a language exchange partner. Come share your Japanese language skills while socializing and meeting interesting people. 日本語を話したい方や日本語を勉強している方のご参加をお待ちしています。 Duration: 60 min (after 60 min, free café talk) The tables are near: a Curry Shop Masahito will be wearing a red hat. Facilitator: Masahito The topic : TBD 6:00 Opening remarks 6:02 Quick self introduction 6:10 Share your experiences.When do you feel "Kenkyo-sa"?How do you express your "Kenkyo-sa"? Resources: coming soon 6:45 Q & A about Japanese culture 6:55 Talk about the next meeting agenda 7:00 Closing remarks Rules for this language group: Enjoy conversation. Let's respect and help each other. Members are asked to use polite and proper speech desu/masu form, avoid crude and slangy expressions. And let's try to speak only Japanese for the first 60 minutes. Beginners are welcome and are able to use English. The members who know Japanese will support the beginners. 日本語が母国語である参加者は、日本語学習者の日本語力向上のため、最初の60分間は日本語で会話をすること。 日本語学習者が会話を理解していない場合に限り、英語を用いて会話の内容を説明、補足すること。これにより、すべての参加者が会話に参加することを図る。 主義主張の出所を明らかにすること：発言する場合、自分の価値・経験であるのか、文献に基づいたものなのか、証明された理論であるのかを意識すること。 Dividing groups If we have many participants, an organizer will divide the group based on Japanese level. If an organizer creates subgroups, He or she will appoint a facilitator for each subgroup. After having a group conversation for 60 minutes, we will end the group activity. It will be free conversation time. You are free to leave or you can stay and talk about any topic you like with anyone in Japanese or English. Note: Anybody who wants to facilitate future meetings are welcome to do so. Please let Masahito know. Please let Masa know if you want to talk about any particular topic. Mahalo, Thanks, ありがとう