About 22,000 Hawai‘i people work in factories and plants the rest of us never see, set off in industrial parks, tucked behind bland walls. Here are six places where the artistry of machinery is revealed.
By Victoria Wiseman | Photography by Olivier Koning
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Worker Kai Fun Choi dusts sheets of noodle dough with cornstarch before rolling it out for cutting at the Chun Wah Kam noodle factory on Kalihi Street. The operation produces about 3,000 pounds of noodles a day for local use.