Ulupö heiau on Windward Oahu is said to have been built by whom?
Chief Kahekili
Kamehameha the First
Danny Kaleikini
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By documenting his uncle's day-to-day life in photos, one Hawaii man is showing the world what it's like to live with Alzheimer's. Glenn Nishida, an amateur photographer from Kaneohe, Hawaii, has been sharing photos of his uncle, 84-year-old Eddie Sakai, on Instagram .

Firefighters rescuing a woman who fell off the H-3 freeway between tunnels

Fire rescue personnel are attempting to rescue a woman who fell after apparently going over or through the guardrail of the H-3 freeway between the Harano Tunnels. Fire radio dispatch discussions indicated a blue Echo was found between the Harano Tunnels and the small tunnel on the Kaneohe side.

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How to Get Used to Working With the Public if You Are Shy
Being shy or introverted can be difficult, especially in a work environment. If your job requires you to provide presentations, attend events, or speak at conferences for your industry, it can be stressful. You will have to interact with co-workers, or speak to other industry professionals, clients, and the public. It can seem overwhelming to someone who is shy, but you can break it down to making a good first impression, perfecting your public speaking, and managing your shyness and anxiety. Addressing these factors will help improve your social interactions, and decrease shyness in the workplace.