A preview story inspired by the life of Chang Apana, a real life Honolulu Detective of the early 1900’s. Chang joined the force in 1898 and promptly declared that he wouldn’t carry a gun, didn’t need one. A former paniolo (“Hawaiian cowboy”) of Chinese-Hawaiian descent, Chang would go on to enforce the law with the use of his bull whip, his exploits with the department were to become so legendary that he became the inspiration for American novelist and playwright Earl Derr Biggers to create his fictional Asian detective character known as “Charlie Chan,” who was portrayed by Warner Oland in a number of Hollywood movies. Complete with great action sequences CGI artwork, “The Legend Of Chang Apana” is a great introduction to a true Hawaiian legend. Writer: Michael Wurth. Consultants: Jon Brekke, John Noland. Pages: 10.
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