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-Those who live on the island are known as Islanders. Since there are no indigenous people and it was only occupied until the 1400's, the islands are considered a melting pot with no unique race or title.+Those who live on the island are known as Islanders. Since there are no indigenous people and it was only occupied until the 1700's, the islands are considered a melting pot with no unique race or title.
  
 Many of the early settlers were of south Asian decent, but as the school began to be built Europeans and Americans came to the island as well. As of now, the Island acts as a melting pot. Sometimes you can find a lax separation of race in their communities as they can all understand each other and their cultures, but many businesses have universal translators installed. Many of the early settlers were of south Asian decent, but as the school began to be built Europeans and Americans came to the island as well. As of now, the Island acts as a melting pot. Sometimes you can find a lax separation of race in their communities as they can all understand each other and their cultures, but many businesses have universal translators installed.
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