I am from the State of Chuuk in the FSM, from the islands of Tol in the village of Wolip. I attended grade school at SDA Chuuk, high school at XHS, and received my bachelors in Political & Historical Studies at Chaminade University of Honolulu. I am currently enrolled at the Center for Pacific Islands Studies' masters program. I have been a faithful employee to Deal Fair Store of Chuuk and its Honolulu affiliate, Deal Fair Hawaii for eight years.
As a member of TFB my interests are politics, the environment, social impacts, and Micronesian migrants specifically those living in Hawaii.
I was compelled to say something in rebuttal. I could not sit idly by while my people are blamed for everything under the sun. So I pointed out that his facts where inaccurate…
Former Senate President and former FSM President, the honorable Tosiwo Nakayama. His speech during the 1975 Micronesian Constitutional Convention.
A former employee of "Saki Store" has come forward with claims of illegal activities including, bribery, contract violations, and abuse.
In 2014 the Chuuk State Legislature enacted a law which created the Chuuk Future Status Commission the purpose of which is