Since then, many Europeans and Asians have come to this place one by one. In 1795, the leader of this land, Kahamihayishi, conquered the islanders and founded the kingdom of Hawaii. In 1898, Hawaii was occupied by the US and became the 50th state of the United States on August 21, 1959.
Through the ups and downs of history, Hawaii today has become a multi-racial state – multicultural, with about 1.4 million people, of which the proportion of people of Asian origin accounts for more than 40% of the population. The majority of Hawaii’s population currently has health insurance. However, due to its peaceful climate and isolation, Hawaiians are less likely to go to hospitals than in other states.
Along with taking good care of the health of the people, Hawaii has also built a system of universities and colleges, well serving the university and higher education for the people.
Located in the middle of the tropics, Hawaii has a marine climate, four cool seasons, suitable for agricultural production. Until the late 20th century, Hawaii was still one of the largest sugar exporters in the world and the world leader in pineapple cultivation, with production of about 650,000 tons per year.