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Hawaii is one of the few places on Earth where a diverse mix of cultures and ethnicities blend together peacefully. People who live in Hawaii are said to have the "Aloha Spirit." They share a mutual respect for one another in which caring and openness are practiced. Approximately 1,200,000 people live on the Hawaiian Islands. They come from many different ethnic cultures such as Japanese, Caucasian, Hawaiian, Filipino, Chinese, Vietnamese, Samoan, Portuguese and Korean. Even though each group may have different beliefs and practices, they share a special bond with one another that creates a feeling of acceptance for all. Hawaii's population is unlike any other state. More than twenty-one percent of the people living in Hawaii are multiracial, compared to the 2.4 percent of the United States as a whole. Hawaii is one of three states that has no racial majority.
The purpose of this website, "Hawaii, A Mixing Pot of Colors" is to celebrate Hawaii's diversity. We want to share Hawaii's unique multicultural blend with the rest of the world and show how diversity can bring about peace and harmony.
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