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  • Hawaii - 826 Words
    Hɐˈvɐi-i Crystal clear water, a soft breeze, and coconut milk mixed with smooth village made rum makes laying in a hammock seem like the perfect life. Most would think of Hɐˈvɐi-i or Hawaii as most of the population refer to it as, being a place of wonder, awe, and even a bit magical. What most don’t know is that Hɐˈvɐi-i is one chapter in a vast book of the world’s most extreme adventures. You can mountain zip-line the mountains of Maui, hike exotic jungles of Kauaʻi, and on the big island...
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  • Hawaii - 1833 Words
    Eng 111-121 November 27, 2012 Hawaii and Tourism “Hawaii is like no other place on earth” (Gohawaii). Hawaii attracts many tourists per year because of its history, geography, and entertainment. This state is known for its many islands, volcanoes, and climate as well. When I think about Hawaii all I imagine is standing on the beach overlooking the ocean getting hit with the nice warm breeze hearing laughter and seeing smiles. Since “Hawaii is one of the most isolated places on Earth” it...
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  • Hawaii - 284 Words
    Hawaii - 夏威夷 Island–– 岛 Hawaii–– 美国夏威夷火山岛 (10,432.5 km2) Maui––茂伊岛 (美国夏威夷洲第二大岛) (1,883.4 km2) Oahu –– 瓦胡岛 (在太平洋中北部, 美国夏威夷群岛的主岛) (1,545.4 km2) Kauai–– 考艾岛 (1,430.5 km2) Molokai––摩洛凯岛, 莫洛凯岛 (673.4 km2) Lanai ––拉奈岛 (363.9 km2) Niihau––- 你好岛 (又译尼豪岛) (180.0 km2) Kahoolawe––-卡霍奥拉维岛 (115.5 km2) Hawaii is a famous tourist resort -夏威夷是著名的旅游胜地 Hawaii is called an island paradise-夏威夷被称为海岛乐园 Hawaii is an excellent tourist resort-夏威夷是极好的旅游胜地 Destination ––目的地 Vacation –– 假期, 休假 Aloha––...
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  • Japan and Hawaii - 526 Words
    Even though japan was small its power was very large. Pearl harbor, Hawaii, on December seventh, 1941 japan used a surprise attack on the United States using air strikes and submarines. But why, why would japan attack the United States one of japans most important importers, why Pearl Harbor. There were at least three reasons why japan attacked Pearl Harbor. These were the idea for a new world order, the U.S. embargo on oil, steel and scrap iron, and Hideki Tojo’s Imperial conference of...
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  • Tourism in Hawaii - 1397 Words
    Paving Paradise American tourism to Hawaii has increased by 14.2 percent in just two years. This dramatic increase in tourism seems to be a beneficial boost for Hawaii's economy; however, the increasing rate of tourism is harming the native people of Hawaii. While the Hawaiian economy is experiencing one of its most fruitful years, the native Hawaiian people are suffering from job loss, poverty, depression, and an overall "cultural destruction" (Trask 260). Haunani-Kay Trask uses rhetoric to...
    1,397 Words | 4 Pages
  • Hawaii History - 3106 Words
    Discovery and settlementMain article: Ancient Hawaiʻi The earliest settlements in the Hawaiian Islands were made by Polynesians who traveled to Hawaii using large double-hulled canoes. They brought with them pigs, dogs, chickens, taro, sweet potatoes, coconut, banana, and sugarcane. There are several theories regarding migration to Hawaii. The "one-migration" theory suggests a single settlement. A variation on the one-migration theory instead suggests a single, continuous settlement period....
    3,106 Words | 10 Pages
  • Hawaii Speech - 558 Words
    Besides brining hot weather, Tourism, sugar processing, pineapple canning, fishing clothing, food, printing and publishing are another part of Hawaii's popularity. Special Traditions: Hula dancing, luau feasts, surfing and making lei necklaces Fun Facts about Hawaii: -tsunami drills Order: Intro- Video Hawaii popularity pick out the reasons why I like Hawaii -tourism: With five main islands to choose from, visitors to Hawaii have the chance to see everything from...
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  • Vacation in Hawaii - 411 Words
    Vacation is such a nice word to listen, write, and specially to be experienced. It makes our mind to think of a place that will surely attract and magnetized to stay. A spacious area that contains the magnificent environment that provides relaxation and enjoyment to anyone. Hawaii is the best example of the place where enjoyment and relaxation can be felt. During my stay in Hawaii, all I can say is” Awesome!”, because they offered to me the satisfying rental with the best accommodation and...
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  • Annexation of Hawaii - 821 Words
    Not many Americans are familiar with the history behind Hawaii becoming part of the United States. Most people know Hawaii for beautiful beaches, nice weather, and the native cultures. The annexation of Hawaii is an interesting story and was not an easy task to accomplish for the United States. The story of the annexation is a story of conflicting goals as the American businessman struggled to obtain favorable trade conditions and native Hawaiians sought to protect their culture and heritage....
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  • Hawaii Tourism - 969 Words
     Tourism is the primary source of revenue into the Hawaii community through visitor expenditures and tourism-related capital investment.1 With the establishment of the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) in 1998, the Hawaii tourism industry has brought in over $14 billion at its peak. The Hawaii tourism industry, managed by the HTA, is based on many different components such as transportation, accommodation, attractions, activities, marketing and government regulation. With their main goal being to...
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  • Surfing in Hawaii - 824 Words
    Surfing in Hawaii One of the most memorable moments in my life would be surfing on the beaches of O’ahu, which is a part of the Hawaiian Islands. It was the best experience of my seven day vacation to Hawaii, back in 2008. Luckily, I was able to go surfing three out of the seven days my family spent in Hawaii. The whole idea was my dad’s. He was the one that wanted to go surfing, but for only one day. Thi0s idea did not last, after the first day of excitement; my family agreed that we had to...
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  • A Vacation I Had(Hawaii)
    A vacation I had Every summer, when high school examination are over, I always plan to go somewhere especially beaches, shores and coast are the best suit place for a summer. In the last years, me and my family planned to go a beach which is very well known as a beautiful heaven place ''the Hawaii''. Hawaii is a state that attracts tourists because of its history, geography, entertainment, and culture. It is well known for its volcanoes, beaches, and climate. For these reasons, tourism is...
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  • Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
    Paper It was the year 1840 when the Kilauea volcano region became a place to stop for the tourists of Hawaii. There was a volcano house that would shelter the tourist passing through, if they did not wish to stay in the community bed there were huts provided and if that was not good for them they would need to provide tents to pitch as their shelter. This Volcano house went under reconstruction around the 1860‘s and was said to be able to hold at least forty people. It wasn't until 1866...
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  • Moving Out Of Hawaii - 1229 Words
    Why Do People Move Away From Hawaii? People are led to believe that Hawaii is paradise. Living is easy, weather is nice all year around, and the locals are friendly. This may be true but yet many still choose to move away from the islands to start a new life in the mainland. Some may say this is odd, but that is before they understand the reasoning behind it. It is difficult to support a family financially well in Hawaii, traffic is one of the worst in the country, and the crime for drugs is...
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  • My First Time in Hawaii
    Small Bintu Fofanah Prof.David Bahr FIRST TIME IN HAWAII My first experience in Honolulu, Hawaii was really,really exciting and unforgettable. It's a beautiful and tropical land full of wildlife and amazing things. For example the languages of the many tribes spoken there are different. One of the main languages there is called Sommore. The military is one of the main...
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  • Traditional Hawaii Religion - 334 Words
    For my opinion, Traditional Hawaiian Religion would be orthoprax. The definition of orthoprax religion is to emphasize practice, or adherence to the law that probably fits the description of Traditional Hawaiian Religion. Religion was the paramount aspect of Hawaiian life, permeating every daily activity, every aspect of secular affairs, and every significant event, such as birth, marriage, death, house construction, fishing, agriculture, and war. Also ...
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  • The History of Hawaii Islands - 289 Words
    First settled by Polynesians sailing from other Pacific islands between A.D. 300 and 600, Hawaii was visited in 1778 by British captain James Cook, who called the group the Sandwich Islands. Hawaii was a native kingdom throughout most of the 19th century, when the expansion of the sugar industry (pineapple came after 1898) meant increasing U.S. business and political involvement. In 1893, Queen Liliuokalani was deposed, and a year later the Republic of Hawaii was established with Sanford B....
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  • Korean History in Hawaii - 624 Words
    • The Koreans left their homeland because they were being oppressed by the Japanese. • The first wave of Korean immigrant to Hawaii which was an American colony. There experience in Hawaii was better than the other entire immigrant group because at the time Hawaii was still mostly Hawaiian and not Americans. So they were treated fairly and were paid 75-95 cents a day comparing to the Irish, who made 1 dollar a week. • Life as an immigrant was the Korean immigrant working for an sugar...
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  • Hawaii, the Aloha State
    Hawaii, the Aloha State – The name alone elicits visions of paradise. There is a very good reason for this. Hawaii has been a popular vacation destination since 1959, since it has been part of the United States. Its beautiful beaches, lovely weather, practically perfect surfing conditions, amazing volcanoes and the abundance of recreational activities available make Hawaii a logical choice for vacations making it a perfect getaway, In fact, tourism is the biggest industry in Hawaii. Honolulu,...
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  • Hawaii - a Paradise, a Home
    Hawaii - A Paradise, a Home “ErrrrrrrrrrRRRRRRRR……” The plane engines blasted, I started chewing the minted gum in my mouth furiously, hoping that my ears wouldn’t pop. The tiny green dot was getting clearer by the second, I could start to see the fields, then the roads… “We will be landing in about 5 minutes; please do not unbuckle your seatbelt until then. Thank you so much for riding with Korean Air. Hope to see you again soon!” Following the big rush of the crowd, we...
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  • American Imperialism - Hawaii - 403 Words
    Hawaii Hawaii had always been an attraction for us Americans in the early decades of 1900 because the islands serve as a way station and provisioning point for Yankee shippers, sailors, and whalers. However, America had caught its eye on Hawaii even before current times. In 1820, almost a century ago from present-day 1916, the first New England missionaries arrived there and preached Protestant Christianity, and spread it along to their children, whose intentions at this point were to do...
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  • Love Hula, Love Hawaii
    Leon Love hula, love Hawaii Mele Kalikimaka is the thing to say on a bright Hawaiian Christmas Day That's the island greeting that we send to you from the land where palm trees sway Here we know that Christmas will be green and bright The sun to shine by day and all the stars at night Mele Kalikimaka is Hawaii's way to say Merry Christmas to you [1] (Robert Alex Anderson) If ask people a question that which place has the most beautiful beach, sunshine and full of enthusiasm, I...
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  • Hawaii Casestudy Hotspots - 633 Words
    Web Enquiries: Why are there volcanoes in Hawaii? The Hawaiian island chain located in the Pacific Ocean is entirely volcanic in nature. Based on plate tectonic theory, the majority of volcanoes occur along the margins of plate boundaries. However Hawaii is situated hundreds of miles away from any plate boundary. Your task is to find out why volcanoes have emerged. Key Questions to help your enquiry: * Where is Hawaii? * What are the main islands called? * Identify/name...
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  • Impact of Tourism on Hawaii - 2511 Words
    The Environmental Impact of Tourism on Hawaii and its Natives By: Rylee Blair As skiers, hikers, sightseers, beachgoers and travelers pack their bags and head out for their vacations, they probably never even consider that what they are about to embark upon happens to be the largest industry in the world. Millions of people travel domestically and internationally each year to experience places and things that are totally out of their ordinary lifestyle and to get their minds off the...
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  • Lucky I live in Hawaii
    Lucky to Live in Hawaii It all suddenly hit me this morning taking a beach cruise in Keaukaha, windows down, on a beautiful sunny monday, why did I ever move a way from this place. Too many people take this place for granted. Being that it’s a small town, everyone knows everyone, there’s nothing to do but go beach, or shop at our one and only mall. I always complained to my boyfriend how boring it was and just how sick I was of doing the same things over and over again. We all learn the...
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  • Hawaii An Exotic Place - 353 Words
    Hawaii An Exotic Place Hawaii is an island paradise. The beaches are incredibly beautiful and the air has a fragrance of flower perfumed exotic vegetation. The beaches are wide with bright white or dark volcanic sand. Coconut palm trees grow in the beach sand. A few of the many gorgeous beaches are Waikiki and Waimanalo on Oahu, and Lahaina and Kaanapali on Maui. Step off the beach and one comes in contact with flower perfumed exotic vegetation. It is like being in one gigantic garden....
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  • Individual Essay Hawaii - 4265 Words
    Assessment 3 – Individual Essay Introduction The discovery of Hawai’i and other Pacific Islands by Polynesian explorers is one of the most remarkable human achievements in history. The discovery and migration to the remote islands of Hawai’i began before the birth of Christ. Polynesian explorers began to settle in the largest ocean on Earth over an area of more than ten million square miles and although this migration took over one thousand years to complete, navigating these islands involved...
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  • Hawaii: The Paradise Island
    Hawaii: Paradise Island Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the physical geography, history and culture of Hawaii. Central Idea: We will see that Hawaii is a special place, by looking at its physical geography, history, and culture. Introduction I. What comes to mind when you think of palm trees, beautiful beaches, luaus and hula dances? A. Hawaii B. The "Aloha" state. II. Do you know what aloha means? A. Aloha is the Hawaiian word meaning love. B. It is also...
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  • How Hawaii Became a State
    Hawaii Officially Becoming a State Nakesha Gatson Hawaii Officially Becoming a State Hawaii, better known as the Aloha state, went through 40 years of trying to become the 50th state in the United States. From 1919 to 1959, there has been five bills introduced for Hawaii to become a state, unfortunately all bills were rejected. About 95% of the residents living in Hawaii voted that it became a state in the United States. Hawaii attained statehood when both houses of Congress passed the...
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  • Racism in Hawaii Nei - 787 Words
    Racism In Hawaii Nei Unity is something that is appreciated by every individual on this planet as it is help to those from different cultures, religion and race to overcome their differences and to work side by side with understanding and devotion. Acceptance plays an enormous role but as soon as an individual is tolerant to these differences, a great amount of possibilities is opened for him. But what if someone is unable to withstand or accept these changes? This is where the more serious...
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  • How Did Foreigners Influence Hawaii?
    Sharee Paat Period- 3 12-10-09 How Did Foreigners Influence Hawaiians? In January of 1778, Captain Cook discovered the Hawaiian Islands. Many foreigners from around the world began to arrive, introducing many new things to the Hawaiians. Foreign influence brought trade to Hawaii, which gave Hawaiians metal and guns. Even though foreign influence had some positive effects on Hawaii, I believe that foreign influence had a negative impact on Hawaii because trade brought not only guns and...
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  • Kamehameha Fails to Win Hawaii from Kahekili II
    While Maui's king Kahekili II was on Oʻahu, Kamehameha's war fleet landed in Kahului a few kilometers from the base of ʻĪao Valley. An army consisting of around twelve hundred skilled warriors led by Kamehameha and Kekuhaupiʻo, advanced on Kahekili's son Kalanikūpule and other Maui chiefs blocking the ʻĪao valley. The two armies were evenly matched and neither side broke after two days of fighting. On the third day Kamehameha's army was helped by the use of two cannons (named "Lopaka" and...
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  • Reactions when the United Stated Took over Hawaii
    James Gilbeaux Mr. Hillyer US History January 5, 2013 The Takeover of Hawaii When the United States was taking over Hawaii, the Hawaiians were not happy at all. The Americans had come to help and support Hawaii, but they didn’t want to leave so they just stayed. The Hawaiians were not aware that the United States were going to settle in. Hawaii couldn’t try to fight the United States away because they didn’t have an army to fight. So Hawaii had to sit there and let them do what they want....
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  • Huna - 706 Words
    Huna is a Hawaiian religion started in 1936. Its is described as “the secret science behind the miracles”. Max Freedom Long founded Huna Research Associates, which is what its called today in 1945, and the Huna Fellowship and the Huna Church were started after his discovery. It is not only a church and fellowship but it is also a non profit organization. The Huna Fellowship International organization coordinates the teaching, research, and practice of the works of Max Freedom Long who died in...
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  • Wwii 442nd Battalion - 1105 Words
    WW II 442nd Battalion “Four-Forty-Second Infantry / We're the boys of Hawai'i nei / We'll fight for you / And the Red, White and Blue, And go to the front. / And back to Honolulu-lulu. / Fighting for dear old Uncle Sam / Go for broke! / HOOH! / We don't give a damn! / We'll round up the Huns / At the point of our guns, / And vict'ry will be ours! / GO FOR BROKE! / FOUR-FOUR-TWO! / GO FOR BROKE! / FOUR-FOUR-TWO! And vict'ry will be ours!” (442nd Unit Fight Song). Just as many historical songs...
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  • History of Japanese Americans - 1334 Words
    The History of Japanese American Japanese Americans are a big part of what makes up the Asian American group in the U.S. These beautiful Japanese Americans are among the sixth largest Asian American communities. According to the 2010 census, the largest group of Japanese Americans is settled in California with a population of 272,528. These large amounts of Japanese American communities may be quite settled in now, but they struggled to achieve complete freedom and peace. Much of the Japanese...
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  • Hawaiian History - 1335 Words
    Study Guide 2 (1770’s-1890’s) Western Powers in the Pacific European expansion: * Empire building led to expansion of territories (Portugal, Spain, Netherlands) all for spice trade, development of “blue water” technology, Columbus (1492), terra austeralis. * Diffusionism: Polynesian people were the degenerated descendants of Europeans. * Noble savage: child like innocence, lived with ease in a tropic eden and sexual bliss, concerns over moral & industrial capacity *...
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  • Traffic Problems on the island of Oahu
     Traffic Problems on the island of Oahu Alan Amby October 14, 2014 TIM 350- Introduction to Tourism Transportation Issues: The issues covered in this article are relevant to the island of Oahu, particularly traffic on the West side. Certain Issues that the article addresses are why the traffic conditions here are one of the worst within the nation, what types of contra flow are implemented, the effectiveness of these contra flows, and various issues that can be improved. As...
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  • The Significance of Kalo in Traditional and Modern Hawaiian Society
    Kawena Elkington Speech Outline Title: Kalo and Its Significance General Purpose: To inform. Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the significance of kalo in traditional Hawaiian society and modern society of Hawaii. Thesis Statement: Significance of kalo can be found in traditional Hawaiian society as well as the society of Hawaii today. 1. Introduction a. Attention Getter: There is an olelo noeau, or Hawaiian proverb that is as follows: He kuaana ke kalo...
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  • Lovley Hula Hands - 1275 Words
    Professor A. Priesman English 100 13 March 2014 The Prostitution of the Hawaiian Islands Lovely Hula Hands: Corporate Tourism and the Prostitution of Hawaiian Culture written by Haunani Kay Trask was written in 1993. Trask wrote this paper to inform Americans about what she thinks of tourism, a “colonial imposition” towards the Hawaiian culture. Trask incorporates ethos, pathos and logos throughout her essay to show how tourism effects these three points in the Hawaiian culture: The...
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  • A Jar of Dreams Yoshiko Uchida
    The novel A Jar of Dreams, by Yoshiko Uchida, is a multicultural book that is based on a Japanese and American culture. The setting of this book is set in California during the Depression, the time period where there were many prejudice against Japanese people. Rinko Tsujimura is an eleven year old girl. Since she is Japanese American, she is usually left out and made feel different by her classmates. Therefore, Rinko desperately tries to hide her Japanese culture by staying invisible, quiet,...
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  • a problem now in honolulu - 397 Words
    In honolulu now, i think that the traffic is a huge problem, people in many places could not grt to places on time, because of the traffic. The is too much cars and too less road. "Rush hours and weekends where there is an event of some kind going on – are a real nightmare and you’ll not want to live far from where you work unless you live in downtown and work in Kapolei or somewhere else there is no traffic. Traffic goes toward the downtown and Waikiki areas in the morning and away...
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  • Informative Outline - 1205 Words
    Megan Ritsema Informative Outline Katie Watson Topic: Hawaii General Purpose: To Inform Specific Purpose: To inform the class about the culture, lifestyle and experiences that Hawaii has to offer. Thesis: From that amazing weather to the friendly islanders, Hawaii is a great place to learn about and visit. I. Introduction A. Attention Getter: I don’t know about you guys, but I know for me come late February the nasty Michigan winters have definitely gotten the...
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  • Hawaiian Music - 506 Words
    Hawaiian folk music is a traditional music in Hawaii which includes several varieties of chanting, called mele, and the music meant for highly-ritualized dance, called hula. It was functional, used to express praise, communicate genealogy and mythology and accompany games, festivals and other secular events. Language and text meaning are important determinants of Hawaiian music. Mele or chanting was the poetry that could be brought into existence only through music. It is simple in melody and...
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  • Island of Paradise - 737 Words
    Jarmeshia Johnson Dr.Kelly ENGL 1101-57 January 29, 2013 Island of Paradise One of the most elite, beautiful, and stunning places on earth to visit is really worth ones time. Within this place is this rich tropical atmosphere. The very warm temperature here is incredible almost every day here on this land is the weather is awesome. The people that live here on this island are very welcoming to all. Everyone around has a happy spirit which makes the visitors fell more at home. The culture...
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  • Cultural Pluralism - 831 Words
    The Cultural Pluralism: CP 1 Sun Mi Hong West Coast University Abstract Cultural pluralism class has changed my view of people I see every day. As a student who is studying nursing at West Coast University, I will have patients from different nationalities. This class made me open up my mind to everyone I will treat later on in an equal and fair manner. Choosing to go to Japanese American Museum opened my mind to see how they have settled in United States and how difficult it was for...
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  • Importance of Language - 1111 Words
    Importance of Language In the story, “From a Native Daughter”, by Haunani-Kay Trask talks about herself, and how the history of the people and their culture of Hawaii means to her. She has learned stories over time from her parents and ancestors of how things were before her, so she has a lot of knowledge about the history and culture of the people before her. She is very vocal in her voice and wants people who aren’t native from Hawaii to learn the truth about the history of the culture of...
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  • Short Essay – Policy-making in the Federal System
     ENG121 April 29, 2013 My Wonderful Vacation My family and I went to Oahu, Hawaii-known as Honolulu. It was like we landed in paradise. I felt peace and tranquility when we arrive on the Island. At the airport, a beautiful female for the men travelers, and a very handsome male for the females travelers, greeted us with a lei and a kiss on our cheek. We were...
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  • descriptive essay - 1110 Words
     The summer before entering my freshman year of high school was one of the most memorable and completely magical summers of my life due to the fact that my family and I went on an amazing vacation together. We all decided to take a wonderful two week vacation to Hawaii. We stayed on the beautiful island of Maui because my aunt decided to get married there. My aunt’s wedding was one reason we stayed on Maui but also because Maui is less populated with tourists then any of the other islands....
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  • Hawai'I Colonization - 743 Words
    Hawai’i By: Kaleem Minor In January 1778, James Cook of Britain made his first visit to the Hawaiian Islands. He was the first European to ever visit the island group, which he named the Sandwich Islands in honor of one of his patrons, John Montague, the Earl of Sandwich. The ships then made a brief stop at Ni'ihau, the seventh largest of the inhabited Hawaiian Islands, and headed north to look for the western end of a northwest passage from the North Atlantic to the Pacific. Almost one year...
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  • Joshua 123 - 2301 Words
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  • Trip: Honolulu and Turtle Bay Resort
    Vanessa My Trip to Paradise I stepped out of the flight gate at the Honolulu International Airport (HIA), and into another world. The shortest 5 hour flight I have experience without any turbulence. The beautiful islands of Hawaii was an adventure of a lifetime. The air was so much different in the Pacific. It was crisp, almost like a baby taking his first breath of clean air. We were alive. We were so far from home, but felt like we belong there. As soon...
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  • Japanese Internment - 780 Words
    Alyssa Ortega Mr. Manning U.S. History Period 1 1/23/13 The bombing of Pearl Harbor, “a day that will leave in infamy.” Pearl Harbor was an attack on the United States Naval Base, located in Hawaii, made by the Japanese. This led to the wrongful and unjust internment of innocent Japanese Americans. Families were split and torn apart, business were let go, and homes were lost. All because “Americans” were afraid and made wrong judgments and let emotions play into their decisions....
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  • The Great Mahele - 2940 Words
    In 1848, An event called the “Mahele” changed the traditional Hawaiian system of land tenure from communal use to private ownership (Kameeleihiwa 3). Events in the past of Hawaii, like the Mahele of 1848, left a devastating mark in Hawaii’s history; It helped eventually lead to the overthrow of the monarch and still affects today’s problems in Hawaii. To understand the native Hawaiian’s perspective of the Mahele, one must first learn the Hawaiian mentality. In Hawaiian culture it is...
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  • Queen Lilioukalani - 1680 Words
    Shelbie Carr Mr. Copes American Studies May 7, 2013 Question: How did the Hawaiian Queen, Lili’uokalani affect the economy of Hawaii in the mid 1800’s? Lili’uokalani was the first woman leader of Hawaii when she became queen in 1891. Her life before becoming queen consisted of growing up in a household of royalty. Being the daughter of high-ranking chiefs Caesar Kapa’akea and Anale’a a Keohokālole, and the sister of King Kalakuaua helped taking the role of leadership a lot easier....
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  • Cultivation of Codium - 1183 Words
    Introduction Codium, a genus of marine algae found in the order Bryopsidales, is found in most places worldwide, except for the Arctic and Antarctic. Like most members of Bryopsidales, Codium is siphonous and spreads quickly, often becoming a nuisance algae (Silva, 2008). There are many species within the genus Codium, but most of them are characterized by their spongy texture and the presence of utricles (Huisman et al. 2007). Species vary in color, sizes and shapes. They can be dark green...
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  • Mission Houses Museum - 1135 Words
    Nawaraj Bikram Kunwar HIST 2002, The Global Experience since 1500 Professor: Dr.Gilbert Course Paper on Mission Houses Museum It has been almost four months I left my country for abroad higher studies. I came long away from Nepal to Hawaii for my study and I have heard that there are numbers of historical places to visit but never got chances to visit any historical place of Hawaii. My professor Dr.Gilbert gave me that opportunity to visit idyllic and quiet property in the middle of downtown...
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  • Sport Of Walking On Water - 2180 Words
    Sport of Walking on Water Everyone wants the superpower of flying; but what about walking on water? Well to be more articulate how would gliding on water feel? “Experiencing surfing for the first time in my life I was only eight years old and even at that age I knew there was some special tie towards the board I balanced on and my soul.” Quoted from a recently courageous surfer; Bethany Hamilton. A young girl whose arm was bitten off by a shark while surfing...
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  • Francis Keala Bio - 278 Words
    Francis Keala was Honolulu Police Department’s former chief, beginning 1969 and retiring in 1983. He is a Saint Louis graduate, and went to the University of Hawaii and got his bachelor’s degree in sociology. Not much is known about his early life. In the Honolulu Police Department, he spent 25 years as the police chief. His main goal was to focus on the drug abuse in Hawaii. He had commanded several operations, including “Operation Hukilau”. Francis is the first police chief with a...
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  • My Dream Holiday - 446 Words
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  • The Mongoose - 738 Words
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  • Hula Dancers - 987 Words
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  • Home Cooking Versus Restaurant
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  • Christopher Colombus - 1074 Words
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  • Self Determination - 2864 Words
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  • Indigenous Australians and Native Hawaiians
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  • Lepcha and Hawaiian Cultures - 961 Words
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  • Case Study 2 - 1195 Words
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  • Pros of the Overthrow of the Hawaiian Monarchy
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  • Pearl Harbor Bombed by Japanese Planes
    2,403 were killed and 1,178 were wounded; 188planes were destroyed on the ground. "Japanese attacking Pearl Harbor-this is no drill." President Roosevelt. The day of tragedy was Sunday, December 7, 1941. At 7:55 A.M. Hawaiian time when Japanese planes surprisingly attacked Pearl Harbor and Hickham Field. The first wave of the evil Japanese attack included 90 "Kate" torpedo bombers, 50 "Val" dive bombers and 50 "Zeke" fighters. They were well prepared and planned this long times ago to show...
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  • Surfing Practice Expository Essay
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  • Indigenous People - 4777 Words
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  • Mauna Kea and the Thirty Meter Telescope
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