2017 / Okinawa Association: Okinawan Identity & Languages, Sept. 9

Brandon Akio Ing, a fourth generation Okinawan from Hawaii, composes original songs using the endangered Okinawan language.

Okinawa Association of America presents

Okinawan Identity & Languages
feat. musician/speaker from Hawaii, Brandon Ing

Sept. 9, 2017,  6PM
Gardena Valley Japanese Cultural Institute
Nisei Veterans Memorial Hall
1964 W. 162nd St., Gardena

$5 OAA members, $10 public

Based in Oʻahu, Hawaii, Brandon Akio Ing is an instructor of Uchinaaguchi (one of the native languages of Okinawa) and a talented musician and songwriter. Since 2011, he has been involved with various projects and events in Okinawa and Hawaiʻi to revitalize the Ryūkyūan languages.

Due to limited space, priority seating will be given to those who RSVP by Sept. 8: oaamensore@gmail.com, 310-532-1929. Visit oaamensore.org to preview Ing’s music.