Stephanie Blandon — Pan-Amerasian Connections: Adoptions
T-Tasha / Yoon-Mi-Rae : Korean Rap/Hip-Hop/R&B QUEEN
Tasha – or Yoon Mi Rae in Korea, alternatively known as “T-Tasha”— is definitely South Korea’s greatest Hip-Hop/Rap/R&B or more accurately: K-R&B artist. Her heritage is African-American/Korean, and is in my other posts and the purpose of this whole blog site, her experiences growing up in Korea were full of … Continue Reading T-Tasha / Yoon-Mi-Rae : Korean Rap/Hip-Hop/R&B QUEEN
Militarized Mama Amerasia – an International Women’s Day Reflection
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.
Music Video: Vintage Japanese Movie Song: Mongrel Marie 混血児マリー
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.
VIDEO NEWS: Congolese-Japanese Children of Japanese Workers in the Congo: Survivors Tell
ARTICLE: Vintage Japanese Movies about Mixed-Black Japanese
Article: Amerasian children in Philippines are not recognized by the US government
Demilitarized Zones: Excerpt from a poem by Doug Rawlings
Stanza from: Demilitarized Zones by Doug Rawlings They came to torture us these children of the dust to torture us with their eyes with their lies with the hatred in their eyes the ice in their smiles the wretchedness of their lives