Hawaiian Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Hawaiian Quotes from famous authors such as Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Kaui Hart Hemmings, Margaret MacMillan, Dave Sitek, St. Lucia. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!

The Hawaiian language needs to be studied globally as a language of life.
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
People go surfing before work and paddling afterward. My husband is from Wisconsin, and he goes to work in his Hawaiian shirt.
Kaui Hart Hemmings
The 1898 annexation of the Hawaiian Islands merely formally recognized what had long been American domination.
Margaret MacMillan
I think I tried on the hardcore scene’s outfits maybe once, and then I just figured I’d stick to Hawaiian shirts.
Dave Sitek
I feel like people associate us with the tropical Hawaiian print because, for a long time, we were wearing a lot of bright colors to exert our personality.
St. Lucia
Hawaiian music is beautiful and simple.
Bruno Mars
As for pineapple, it’s far more versatile than you might think, and certainly merits wider use than in Hawaiian pizzas and pina coladas and on cheesy cocktail sticks.
Yotam Ottolenghi
Nearly every president in the past 100 years has declared national monuments, from Teddy Roosevelt creating the Grand Canyon National Monument to George W. Bush preserving 10 islands and 140,000 square miles of ocean waters in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.
Frances Beinecke
At thirteen, I accompanied my mother to the Hawaiian Islands. There, for the first time, I saw the wonder of a steamship and the vastness of the ocean. From that time on, I was eager to acquire the knowledge of the West and to fathom the mysteries of nature.
Sun Yat-sen
If we are to have a war with America, we will have no hope of winning unless the U.S. fleet in Hawaiian waters can be destroyed.
Isoroku Yamamoto
The transgender community has always been a part of Hawaiian society, where people who don’t conform to the binary system of man/woman, masculine/feminine are accepted or, at minimum, tolerated.
Janet Mock
As a child, I was raised by native Hawaiian elders – three old women who took care of me while my parents worked.
Elizabeth Kapu’uwailani Lindsey
I’m an American songbook guy, though I’ve got eclectic tastes. I really love the American songbook. I’ve taken up the ukulele, and so you can play ‘Five Foot Two’ and Hawaiian music, but you can also do some of the great tunes, like ‘You Go to My Head,’ ‘I Guess I’ll Hang My Tears Out to Dry,’ ‘Taking a Chance on Love.’
Tony Danza
I’m gonna be on the Hawaiian beaches when I’m old.
Jeffrey Wright
I farm taro. I have eight varieties of taro, which is a staple of the Hawaiian people from about 2,000 years ago, and sweet potatoes, and it’s a sustainable living, agriculture, off the grid.
Jason Scott Lee
When I pitched the show, I made this special seashell. You could pick it up and hear me singing, ‘Spongeboy, Spongeboy!’ I also made an aquarium with Patrick planted on the side, SpongeBob sitting on a barrel, and Squidward inside. I wore a Hawaiian shirt. I don’t know what they thought of it.
Stephen Hillenburg
If you give me fro-yo without mangoes, you’re dead to me. If you say that Hawaiian pizza is gross, we’re done.
Chloe Kim
I was nobody; I showed up to sparring in a white wife beater and Hawaiian shorts. I had plimsolls; I didn’t have boxing shoes. It just shows you don’t need to have fancy equipment or experience: you’re either a good fighter, or you’re not.
Dillian Whyte
As a boy, I felt ashamed of being Mexican. I’d say I was Hawaiian.
Juan Felipe Herrera
One day during filming, George Clooney was wearing his surf shirt and board shorts, and my six-year-old daughter was in the background as an extra, playing in the sand – playing herself. She and Clooney suddenly looked equally Hawaiian, equally related to the place I call home.
Kaui Hart Hemmings
Vacations are good, and I come back energized, with the whiff of Hawaiian Tropic in the air and 2,000 messages in my Inbox.
Caterina Fake
I support the administrative rules promulgated by the Department of the Interior which permit a Native Hawaiian government to establish a relationship with the U.S. government. If Native Hawaiians form a government consistent with those rules and seek federal recognition, I would likely support the request.
Brian Schatz
My favourite hotel is the Hilton Hawaiian Village beach resort in Honolulu.
Vera Lynn
I am from Hawaii. But I am not Hawaiian. I am full Samoan.
Tua Tagovailoa
My proposal that Fed governors should signal their commitment to public service by wearing Hawaiian shirts and Bermuda shorts has so far gone unheeded.
Ben Bernanke
When we got to the hotel, the Hawaiian Village, there were 500 screaming women there. The police were trying to keep the crowd back. It was very dangerous.
Minnie Pearl
My seven-year-old daughter knows old songs and how the neighborhoods got their names. There are little things: Businesses receive blessings from Hawaiian priests before opening, and everyone’s kids have their debut luau. You can’t really get through a day without doing something Hawaiian.
Kaui Hart Hemmings
I mean, people don’t know what race I am. They never know if I’m Hawaiian or Italian or Mexican or Spanish or white. I could play Jewish, I could play anything.
Tyler Posey
I feel like Hawaiian shirts have definitely made a comeback.
St. Lucia
Ours was a pork-free household. The rules were arbitrary but strict: No pork in the house, ever. Except for the occasional pepperoni pizza. Or maybe Hawaiian.
Samin Nosrat
I’m proud of being from Hawaii, and I’m proud of being Hawaiian, but I’m more than that, too.
Kaui Hart Hemmings
My mother would organize huge parties for my elementary school classmates. To prepare, she would go back to the bakery in her old neighborhood of Inwood and get special shamrock cookies. Hawaiian Punch was served and we had shamrock napkins. It was a lot of fun.
Christine Quinn
At the close of my visit, my Hawaiian friends urged me strongly to publish my impressions and experiences, on the ground that the best books already existing, besides being old, treat chiefly of aboriginal customs and habits now extinct, and of the introduction of Christianity and subsequent historical events.
Isabella Bird