2017 Mosaic KOREA Hapa Adoptees Tour Applications!
Militarized Mama Amerasia – an International Women’s Day Reflection
Controlling Amerasian Body-Minds: The American and French-Fathered Mixed-Race Children in Japan, Korea and Vietnam
2014 – VIDEO: Korean Hapa Tour – Homelands, New Lands, Healing
At USC – Sawyer-Mellon Seminar: Transpacific Approach
BBC clip: Visiting Activists working with Vietnamese Amerasian Struggles
The problem is ….. #2
In the present times, the nation-state and its corporate-military structures hold life into place with discourses. As humans, we respond to it. When we live in resistance to certain rules of language, concepts and positions in relation to identity and place and self and community, we find out that assimilating … Continue Reading The problem is ….. #2
Australia’s Occupation Babies of Postwar Japan: Walter Hamilton’s Study
Dream of the Water Children — Video Series Launch: Episode 1
This is the first in a series of ongoing video projects based on my personal family history, historical memory, Asia-Pacific postwar ethnography and the historical present. It is on my channel at YouTube.
Pearl S. Buck, Nobel Prize Winner and the Creation of an Amerasian Identity Category
Pearl S. Buck (1892-1973) is remembered for her many international literary prizes as well as her activism.
Academy Awards, Racism and Sayonara: Creating the White Pacific
Okinawa, Guam, the Pacific and the U.S. Military- 4,700 marines to go to Guam
Music Video: Vintage Japanese Movie Song: Mongrel Marie 混血児マリー
A Thinking Exercise: Questions on Inter-issue Social Justice Concerns
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.
Article: Selling Mixed Race Babies: The Koreas Example
This article LINK from the Asia Times from July 17, 2002 by Aidan Foster-Carter entitled: Adopting, Adapting: Korean Orphans is an excellent beginning overview of how mixed-race bodies are used, especially in the context of orphanages.