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Kogiso,Mónica

Nikkei means fusion (Spanish)

Mónica Kogiso October 7, 2005

(Spanish) I think being Nikkei means having two cultures. In my case, in Argentina, it’s …

Kogiso,Mónica

History of her family's immigration (Spanish)

Mónica Kogiso October 7, 2005

(Spanish) Well, my father came to Argentina in the sixties. My dad ended up in …

Kogiso,Mónica

Jobs for Japanese Argentines (Spanish)

Mónica Kogiso October 7, 2005

(Spanish) In Argentina, in a city, when people think of Japanese, when an Argentine thinks …

Kogiso,Mónica

Nihongo gakko - Preserving Japanese culture (Spanish)

Mónica Kogiso October 7, 2005

(Spanish) It’s very difficult to preserve Japanese culture within what is Argentina because on the …

Kogiso,Mónica

Identity crisis (Spanish)

Mónica Kogiso October 7, 2005

(Spanish) Well, in my case, for example, in Argentina, above all among Nisei, identity has …

Hattori,Paula Hoyos

Identity (Spanish)

Paula Hoyos Hattori July 12, 2006

(Spanish) I am Argentine, but I am an Argentine woman who is half Japanese. I …

Hattori,Paula Hoyos

The arrival of her grandpa (Spanish)

Paula Hoyos Hattori July 12, 2006

(Spanish) The story that really hits me is that of my grandfather who came [here …

Hokama,Ryoko

From Japan to Argentina (Japanese)

Ryoko Hokama November 28, 2006

(Japanese) My uncle was already living over here, in Rosario. All of my people from …

Hokama,Ryoko

Running a laundry service in Argentina (Japanese)

Ryoko Hokama November 28, 2006

(Japanese) In Rosario, (my uncle ran) a laundry service—he ran a laundry service out of …

Hokama,Ryoko

The most memorable day of his life (Japanese)

Ryoko Hokama November 28, 2006

(Japanese) Probably the day I went to pick my wife up when she came to …

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