Trump To Embark On First Foreign Trip As President

From the sugar plantations of years past to our 600 DACA residents today, Hawaii’s story has been shaped by immigrants. George and Elise Chin left China in 1957 and settled in Seattle. Their son would move to Hawaii and eventually become Attorney General of the state. Nio and Ushi Ige came from Okinawa, Japan and moved to Hawaii in the early 1900’s. They built a life and a family here and their grandson would eventually be elected Governor of the state. We know from personal experience that Hawaii has a proud history of welcoming immigrants into our community. And we learned a long time ago that when people of diverse backgrounds come together, we accomplish great things. President Kennedy said in 1963 that Hawaii “represents all that we are and all that we hope to be.”

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