It’s Official! My BOOK will be PUBLISHED – Fall 2014! (Now delayed until 2017)
It’s official! My Book will be published in the Fall of 2014 – by 2Leaf Press. I will keep everyone updated. I have provided the Vimeo introductory video here. More will follow. While watching this video, there are two issues I want to mention. SORRY–THIS BOOK WILL BE DELAYED until … Continue Reading It’s Official! My BOOK will be PUBLISHED – Fall 2014! (Now delayed until 2017)
GENERATION NEXUS – Reflections
He who controls the past, controls the future. He who controls the present, controls the past.# Permanent link to Quote by George Orwell
Film: Indochina – Traces of a Mother
Multiracing, Multiraciality, Power and Change
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.
BBC clip: Visiting Activists working with Vietnamese Amerasian Struggles
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.
Okinawa, Guam, the Pacific and the U.S. Military- 4,700 marines to go to Guam
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.
Culture, Identity and Militarism: Okinawa snapshot comment
This is Part One of a commentary on the previous Post on the Okinawan Boy Scout photo.
Documentary: Left By The Ship
Jeju Island and the US Military’s Illegal Base Construction
Okinawan Boys Scouts, the War, Internalized Oppressions: A Commentary
"In fact, to convince Americans of their superiority over the Filipinos, demonstrate the savagery and uncivilized nature of Filipinos, and rationalize their civilization and benevolent intention in the Philippines, the United States brought over 1,100 Filipinos to the St. Louis World's Fair in 1902 and sequestered them in what was called “The Philippine Reservation. . . .”# Permanent link to Quote: US Imperialism & the Philippines at the World’s Fair 1902