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I have lived in Hawaii for 3 years. There are many native Hawaiians here – a lot are just mixed with Filipino, Japanese or Haole (Caucasian). This mixture is also called Hapa. Many Asian immigrants came to Hawaii to work the pineapple fields, etc. Also, don’t forget the large amount of millitary families who just decided to stay in the great climate after service. There are still many un-mixed native Hawaiians on the outer islands in the Hawaiian chain, such as Maui, Big Island, Kauai and Molokai. The island of Oahu, which holds the capital city, has the most transplants from the mainland and other countries.

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