The historic Club Hubba Hubba will be the scene of a May Day celebration in Honolulu’s Chinatown district on Friday.
Sponsored by Chinatown merchants and the Chinatown Improvement District, the event includes all-day art and treasures sale featuring work by local artisans, Hawaiian food and music, vendors, plant booths, fresh lei, raffles and a photo booth.
At 5:30 p.m., there will be a photo show feature such as “historic Chinatown,” “small business” and “a feast for all senses.” All photos will be projected on a wall of the building, and a map will be distributed to find category winners in various shops and boutiques around Chinatown.
The cost is free and the event is located at the Historic Club Hubba Hubba, 25 N. Hotel St.
“Tough Guise”, a thought-provoking film about how American culture and media have steered our young men into thinking that in order to be “real” men, they must be strong, intimidating, powerful, tough, and unfortunately even violent, will be shown on campus this Wednesday, April 29.
The film raises questioned about the messages males in our society receive in regards to what it takes to be a man and gain approval and whether, because of that, males are disproportionately responsible for violence in our society.
Brian Bilsky, community activist from the Women’s Studies Department at UH-Manoa, will moderate a discussion on the film afterward.
The film will be shown from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Building 72-A on campus. It is sponsored by the Committee on Social Equity.