Black, Yellow, White in Japan and Asia
MY BOOK: The Layout and Proofs are Going! Yes.
Within Every Woman . . . There is a Story: COMFORT WOMEN OF WWII–commentary
Within Every Woman . . . . . There is a Story. Yes. This is a very important film. I am glad that it is made.
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.
VIDEO NEWS: Congolese-Japanese Children of Japanese Workers in the Congo: Survivors Tell
Vimeo & Article: China in Africa – (Post)Colonial Relations as Transcontinental Racism and Sexism
In Memorium: My Mother − Kiyoko Kakinami Cloyd Nov. 2, 1929 (?)- Sept. 17, 2011
Lou Jing 娄婧, Black-Shanghai-ese Singer, brings Afro-Chinese-ness into the limelight in 2009
“Letter to Myself as a Newborn” by Kenji Chienshu Liu
Letter to Myself as a Newborn by Kenji Liu (Kyoto, Japan) Thirty-two years ago. 4:12 pm. A forest, river and hospital.