Beiging & Dream: Two of my WORKS to be PUBLISHED this year!
Black, Yellow, White in Japan and Asia
Young Black-Japanese Volleyball
Now Showing in Theaters: うまれつき (Born With It)
A Black-Japanese student enters a Japanese school. The Japanese students are amazed, curious, condescending, afraid, finding ways to make him outcast. This Short Film, written and directed by Emmanuel Osei-Kuffour, Jr., shines a lens onto a small town, and gives a picture of how Japanese-mix children and people, and black-mixed people and … Continue Reading Now Showing in Theaters: うまれつき (Born With It)
Militarized Mama Amerasia – an International Women’s Day Reflection
Preview by Wendy Cheng, of my upcoming book: Dream of the Water Children
Blackanese Raptivist: Aisha Fukushima
KARTIKA REVIEW: my poem is published in Latest Issue!
One of the best Asian-American literary journals in the United States is The Kartika Review. The Spring 2012 issue was just released, with my first published poem entitled: For Kiyoko, Epitaph/Chikai published in the issue. It is a poem dedicated to my mother, who just passed away this past September.
Praxis in Transnational Mixed Race/Space Studies Conference – Success!
Photo: My Cousins and I: Nara 奈良県. Summer 1961
Music Video: Vintage Japanese Movie Song: Mongrel Marie 混血児マリー
Quick Thoughts: Amerasian? Black Nippon-jin? ブラック日本人
When people use labels, they are used in certain ways. They have certain meanings, certain meanings, certain trajectories, certain assumptions.
Great Blog! Black Asian-Amerasian Diaspora Perspectives: BAAD
ARTICLE: Vintage Japanese Movies about Mixed-Black Japanese
Culture, Identity and Militarism: Part 2
Kokujo 黒女 or コク女, of Okinawa, also have their parallels in Japan and beginning to in South Korea. Not only, do the kokujo (women who date black-american men) form relationships with their desired gender object, a look is often adopted.