Project “Where are the Hawaiians?” - STREET PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT to document the dramatically dwindling of the number of native Hawaiian people in Hawaii. The majority of actual inhabitants of Hawaii descends from Asian immigrants, especially from Japanese and in a little part from Chinese and Filipinos, today they are 38.5% of Hawaiian population. The second ethnic group is from European immigrants (German, Irish, English, Portuguese and Italian) about 27% of the population. The third group is the so-called "multiracial americans", they represent 21%. Hispanics, mostly from Mexico and Puerto Rico, are certified at 8.7%. African Americans are 2.4%. The number of native Hawaiians is in decline for many years are now Hawaiians are a minority in their own state, today they represent only 5.5% of the population.