“Babysan” by Bill Hume; and Japan Society Review by Kim Brandt
Blog-post by Mark Makino – on the Japanese term: “Gaikoku-Jin” which translates: “Outsider-foreigner”
Mark Makino‘s post on the embedded aspects of race, nation, colonialism, and Japanese identity in the term: Gaikoku-Jin (Outsider-Foreigner): Foreign? Western? White? Non-Japanese? Occidental proboscis monsters? https://futurealisreal.wordpress.com/2016/09/07/foreign-western-white-non-japanese-occidental-proboscis-monsters/
Black, Yellow, White in Japan and Asia
Academy Awards, Racism and Sayonara: Creating the White Pacific
Vintage Japanese Film – Trailer: Konketsuji Rika 混血児 リカ (1972)
Quote: Adaptations of Racism and the Pacific War’s aftermath – “War Without Mercy”
“As the war years themselves changed over into an era of peace between Japan and the Allied powers, the shrill racial rhetoric of the early 1940s revealed itself to be surprisingly adaptable. . . . . . . .