As part of my networking, there are some high school classmates who I am in constant contact with. We all went to college and have our own careers in different fields. One of these friends allowed me to live with her for my first year out of college. Four of us played volleyball together. They are from Waianae, Kaneohe, and Waimanalo and they?re Hawaiian, Portuguese, and Japanese. Over the years, we realized we get our strength from our diversity. When we have a
[I] At 6:00 in the morning on July first I was packed and ready to go to Hawaii. I was so excited I almost blew up. I was up and ready to get on the plane at 9:00am. We ended up getting to the airport at 7:30 and I was so ready to just be in Hawaii. We ended up getting breakfast there and just waiting to board. We got on the plane and I didn’t know how long the flight was so I asked my mom she said “ the flight is 5 hours.” I was so sad I wanted to be in Hawaii. I asked my mom if we could get a movie and she said sure so I got Moana. I fell asleep on accident 4 hours I woke up and like everyone was asleep. So I started my movie ate some snacks and went back to bed I woke up right as we were landing. It was so pretty I saw beautiful flowers smelled a new scent of ocean breeze and flowers. I was so excited I jumped off the plane and ran into airport. As soon as we got our stuff we saw my grandparents. We ran to them and they took us home. We immediately went to the beach and swam. A week later my mom had to leave to come back to Washington.
Did you ever wonder how life was like for immigrant workers on the sugar pla in the 1800s to know if it was easy or not. With this information, it would be obvious that immigrant workers did not have it easy for them. This because immigrant workers changed the face of the islands when they made Hawaii there permanent home. This is because it changed the population of Hawaii because it had many new races that helped lead to the annexation of the United States. Three reasons workers didn’t have an easy life is because they had bad living situations, working situations, and labor
I entered through the cafeteria and the first thing I noticed was the smiling faces that came from teachers, students and parents. Teachers stood around different areas of the cafeteria and handed out breakfast to students. I found
Have you ever had to work 12 hours a day, 6 days a week, for only a few dollars each month? Asian immigrants had to. Plantation owners wanted more workers to make more sugar so they could make more money, so they imported more workers. Plantation life in Hawaii in the 1800s was strenuous. Living conditions were bleak, working conditions were detrimental, and the plantation owners were racist.
Moving to Hawaii is a dream come true for many people. With sandy beaches as far as you can see and diverse, exciting culture and foods to explore, the Hawaiian Islands provide spectacular views and fun things to do for everyone. The actual moving process requires a lot more planning than moving to a new state in the continental United States though. The residential moving experts at S & S Delivery Inc, located in Honolulu, HI, answer some frequently asked questions about moving to Hawaii.
I am the middle child of sibling of 3. I Moved to Hawaii 1996. After 2 years, I moved to california Hawaii to go to school in 1998. I returned Oahu at 2005. I traveled a lot and have seen many countries. Therefor I am familiar with many cultuers and thire foods. I have never been married and have no kids. I have a 90 year old Grandma and two elderly aunts here Hawaii. I am obligated to take care of them when they need my help. I live in Kahal area. It is a very quiet neighborhood. We are surrounded with expensive houses and rich families. I have active lifestyle. I have been active my entire life. I enjoy outdoor activity, especially if it involves ocean and beach. I start swimming before walking, so Hawaii is perfect place for me. I played
The reason why I came to Hawaii is because I wanted to teach our religion. About God heaven and h*ll and how if you believe in him you can go to heaven. So right now the missionaries and myself are working on the hawaiian language. This is because, they do
About Hawaii The capital of Hawaii is Honolulu (the star on the map shows where the capital is). People have a nickname for the state, they call it the “Aloha State” The current population for Hawaii is 1,360,301. It's pretty small compared to some of the mainland states. Hawaii is located
God has been at work in my life in so many ways in this last year. This past summer, I worked at Trout Lake Camps, a Bible camp in Pine River, Minnesota. This experience not only taught me how wonderful a Christian community is, but also how to give my life completely over to Him. I was able to have meaningful conversations with campers about their faith, and ways they could come closer to God. I also know that God has placed this camp in my life not only to tell young students about Jesus Christ, but to learn how to stretch my faith beyond its limits. I can not wait to bring what I have learned to Northwestern. I believe that UNWSP will continue to stretch my limits and take me deeper in my walk with God. I plan to make life-long friends while
Personal Statement I live in a place where most people would call a dream; A place of beauty, a place of Aloha. Growing up I learned to never take Hawaii for granted. To be from Hawaii means to be surrounded by it's traditions and it's culture. Hawaii is more than my home, it is a part of me and who I am.
It’s May 11, 3029. There’s 2 days until my birthday and I’ve been planning my party for months. I moved to Hawaii a few years ago, so I’m having a beach party! I’m so excited! My mom called me downstairs, “ Hey Malooloo! Come down and pick out a kid!” I couldn’t decide between a surfboard cake or a lei made of cupcakes, so I called my friends Jojo and Lola over to help me decide. As soon as they walked in, they plopped down on the floor to pet my alien dog, Stitch. “ Hello there Mr. Stitchypoo.” giggles Jojo. Stitch is all blue with wide eyes and purple floppy ears. I adopted him last month after his spaceship from planet Stefano crashed into the library. Lola and Jojo ended up spending the night so we could go shopping the next morning.
Hawaii has always been a place with my fondest memories since I was very young but the last time I was there I experienced something that has changed my whole point of view on swimming in big waves. I have now gained a whole new respect for the ocean.
Life in paradise is fine; I like the ever-present sun and strong sense of community. Yet for as long as I can remember, I’ve felt restless in Hawaii. I’ve daydreamed of far-away, fairytale kingdoms in kindergarten and chased after passing airplanes during recess. I was beyond excited when I visited my relatives in seventh grade, traveling nearly six thousand miles to their homes in China. Everything in the foreign land fascinated me; my head twisting every which way to marvel at the sizzling street food or the flash of red on a passing student’s uniform. Everyone was buzzing with a frantic energy that contrasted the laid-back lifestyle of Hawaii and I loved the change of pace. I had to learn about a new culture: how to hustle instead of simply
It's the summer of 2014 and we're Finally taking our dream trip to Hawaii. It was about a year and a half ago When my mother’s friend marlin asked her if she wanted to come and visit her in O’ahu Hawaii where her husband was stationed at for the army.