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September 2, 1990 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Malina Kaulukukui of El Toro was married 24 years ago on the island of Oahu, friends, relatives and neighbors she had never met carted box after armload of fragrant pikake, plumeria and hibiscus blossoms to her home. "All these people brought flowers over because they had heard from auntie so-and-so who had heard from uncle so-and-so who had heard from a friend that we needed flowers for the wedding," she recalled the other day.
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September 2, 1990 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Malina Kaulukukui of El Toro was married 24 years ago on the island of Oahu, friends, relatives and neighbors she had never met carted box after armload of fragrant pikake, plumeria and hibiscus blossoms to her home. "All these people brought flowers over because they had heard from auntie so-and-so who had heard from uncle so-and-so who had heard from a friend that we needed flowers for the wedding," she recalled the other day.
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July 22, 2007 | Anna Gorman, Times Staff Writer
Frustrated by the assumption that all Asian American youths are well represented at UC schools, a coalition of Pacific Islander and Asian students at UCLA is pushing for the university to expand its demographic categories to highlight low numbers in some of those communities in hopes of boosting enrollment and outreach programs. Advocates are collecting signatures to petition legislators and the Board of Regents this fall to change how the university system collects admissions data.
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