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Friends Harry Urata, left, and Shozo Takahashi reminisced yesterday in Urata's music studio and sang "Moon over Sand Island," a song they sang during their internment. A new exhibit at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii tells the story of Takahashi and other Japanese Americans who were detained at internment camps in Hawaii during World War II.
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