"Thinking Out Loud" announces its January 2011 radio guests

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Michiko Kodama-Nishimoto, (808) 956-6165
Research Associate, Center for Oral History, Social Science Research Institute
Posted: Dec 17, 2010

UH Mānoa's College of Social Sciences announces the January guest line-up for the call-in radio program, "Thinking Out Loud:  Talking Issues, Taking Action."
January 3:    Why I Like What I Hated About Japan (Guest: Yukio Ozaki)
January 10:  Sustainable Agriculture with a Passion (Guest: David Sumida)
January 17:  Gen's Legacy (Linda Enga Fujikawa)
January 24:  Singing and Ethnic Identity  (KZOO karaoke winners)
January 31:  JCCH Book Club  (Douglas Corleone, One Man's Paradise)
All call-in radio programs air on AM 1210 KZOO at 6:30 p.m. and are hosted by UH Mānoa faculty/staff.  To join the hour-long discussion, call (808) 941-5966 or email jcch@am1210kzoo.com anytime during the program.
The program is sponsored by UH Mānoa's Center for Japanese Studies, Center for Oral History, and the College of Social Sciences; the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, the Hawaiʻi Council for the Humanities, and Barnes & Noble Bookstores.
For more information on "Thinking Out Loud" and its hosts, see http://jcch.com/thinking-out-loud.asp.   To listen to the archive of past shows, go to www.kzoohawaii.com.