Hawaii, located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, is the farthest place from land in the world and is one of the loneliest islands on earth! 3500 years ago, Polynesians who migrated from Asia, began to settle here and also established the Kingdom of Hawaii for a period of time.
Hawaii was first discovered by the British in the early 17th century and has been a part of the Western landscape ever since. At first, Hawaii served as a transit point for Asian and European commerce and shipping, but later became famous for its sandalwood and essential oils, and became known as the "Land of Sandalwood"!
In the 18th century, the King of Hawaii implemented a reform and opening system, allowing Westerners to come here to reclaim the wasteland to grow sugar cane, and such a move not only brought about rapid economic take-off, but also brought about a terrible epidemic, resulting in the death of a large number of locals, in order to solve the extreme shortage of human resources, Hawaii began to recruit people around the world, the current foreign population here, the most Japanese!
As a typical immigrant area, the arrival of people from various countries has given Hawaii a diverse ethnic culture, such as the Spaniards who made it a beef export destination, the Japanese who invented teriyaki sauce here, the Portuguese who changed the guitar into a ukulele here, the Chinese designers who invented Hawaiian shirts based on kimonos, and so on.
In 1893, a group of businessmen from the Pretty Country overthrew the Hawaiian dynasty and established a provisional government, which then fell under the Pretty Country's thumb. And, in the early 20th century, Hawaii was again on the list as a U.S. military port.
Hawaii, consisting of 8 large islands and 124 small islands, is like a crescent moon, and Hawaii Island is the largest island.
The island of Hawaii, with its mountainous and hilly terrain, is home to some of the world's most spectacular active volcanoes. It is said that if you count the height below the sea, Hawaii's Bold Naloa Volcano, which is more than 1200 meters higher than Mount Everest, can even be called the world's highest mountain, and the world's top observatory is also located here.
As the birthplace of surfing, Hawaii's economy is dominated by tourism, followed by agriculture, livestock and the military industry, and is not only the largest producer of pineapples in the Pacific, but Hawaiian coffee is also known as "one of the world's most prized coffees"!
The "king of dried fruits" of macadamia nuts, in fact, not from Hawaii, but originated in Australia, but currently China is the world's largest production of macadamia nuts.
O'Lakes is the third largest island in Hawaii, the center of the island and the most populous, and is home to Hawaii's capital, Hulununu, which became famous for its sandalwood trade in the 19th century and is still the largest city in the Pacific Ocean.
One of the best places in the world to vacation, O'Lakes Island not only has the only royal palace in the country, but it also has the second worst traffic in the country, after Los Angeles.
Although Hawaii is just a small place, you have to marvel at the beauty of the land. According to statistics, there are at least six states in the United States today that have a population that is less than Hawaii.
"Legend has it that it is bad luck to carry any pork products across Bally because the Hawaiian volcano goddess, Pele, broke with the Hawaiian pig god, Kamapua!
Just as Mount Everest grows taller every year, the Hawaiian Islands, augmented by the movement of the earth's crust, will move closer to Japan by about 4 feet every year, and Japan, located northwest of Hawaii, is about 6,000 kilometers from Hawaii, so in about 60 million years Hawaii will reach Japan!
For most people who have played golf in Hawaii, the Wakulla, built on top of a cliff face, is an absolute eye-opener.