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City & State Relationships
Building Connections
Friday, 30 November 2007

Hawaii has established relationships with foreign governments and non-governmental organizations, federal agencies and national organizations to promote friendship, cultural ties, and goodwill.  These relationships can also serve to raise Hawaii’s profile internationally, attract dynamic cooperative programs and stimulate Hawaii’s economy.


The Department of Business Economic Development and Tourism and its Office of International Affairs has established Sister-State relationships with provinces and prefectures in China, Japan, Korea, Philippines, and Portugal.  In addition to Sister-State relationships, each county has established Sister-City and County-Sister relationships.

Sister State Relationships

Sister City Relationships

Sister School Relationships 

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 12 May 2009 )
 
Hawaii Sister State Relationships
Tuesday, 12 May 2009
Country Prefecture/Province
Year Established
China Guangdong
1985
  Hainan 1992
  Tianjin, Heibei 2002
  Taiwan Province
1993
Japan Fukuoka 1981
  Okinawa 1985
  Hiroshima 1997
  Ehime 2003
Korea Cheju Province
1986
Philippines Ilocos Sur
1985
  Cebu 1996
  Pangasinan 2002
  Ilocos Norte 2005
  Isabela Province
2006
Portugal Azores Islands
1982

 

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