Hawaii is made up of many different ethnicities such as Hawaiians, Koreans, Filipinos, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Latinos. However, it doesn't matter what your background is, everyone is treated with respect. People in Hawaii share a common bond called the "Aloha Spirit." This means that Hawaii is a caring, loving, friendly community that is open to all kinds of diversities.
The "Kolea" or Golden Plover is Enchanted Lake
Elementary School's mascot
An example of the "Aloha Spirit" is that I go to a school on Hawaii called Enchanted Lake Elementary School. Enchanted Lake consists of many different cultures such as Caucasians, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Filipino, Portuguese, Hawaiian, Vietnamese, and Latinos. It is so amazing how we all get along! We all share ideas by communicating and collaborating, and do not think about these differences between us. Our school's mission is "Enchanted Lake Elementary is a caring community of lifelong learners."
Hawaii can be described as a loving, caring, open, friendly community that has always and will always be one of the better places to be. I am so fortunate to live here.
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