A Black-Japanese Amerasian reflects on life in the present, with the traces of wars and their aftermaths. 2Leaf Press is pleased to announce the publication of Fredrick D. Kakinami Cloyd’s first book, DREAM OF THE WATER CHILDREN, MEMORY AND MOURNING IN THE BLACK PACIFIC, in June 2016.
In the Fall of 2014, a group of Mixed-Korean Amerasians, mostly adoptees from Mixed-race orphanages in Korea, went on a small tour organized by the tour group Me & Korea, back to Korea, to the orphanages, and to meet Insooni 김인순 — Black-Korean pop-star/diva, who was partially responsible for this event.
The Chinese government and its corporations and trade industries, along with elites of many African nations (not all), have had relations for decades and centuries.
Lou Jing 娄婧, entered a nationally televised talent contest. She caused a sensation because she was the first Black-Chinese woman to be featured so prominently for all to see, out of the shadows of the nation of China.
from Global Tides: Pepperdine Journal of International Studies