Ruthie Rogers has been a Legacy Foundation Japan member since March 2021. She shares with us a first-person account of what it was like becoming an Olympic volunteer. This is [...]Read More
Last summer I had my first dream in Japanese. I wasn’t doing anything special but I remember it so vividly because it was a dream about my old karate dojo [...]Read More
On days like these when I feel like a stranger – less than myself – and like there’s a growing dissonance from within. I know then that it’s time to recharge. It’s time to go back into the wild and get reintroduced with the natural world.
For me, hiking or going to large forested parks is where I find solace.Read More
The more I learned about Hawaiian history and culture through literature, museums, traditional music and dance as well as speaking with locals, the more connected I felt to the land of aloha. At the time, I felt less connected to the Dominican Republic, the birthplace of my parents, where I first visited the prior year.Read More