During the early days of agricultural development in California’s Imperial Valley, most of the cotton farmers hailed from Texas and other southern states. They ...
Na primeira vez que visitei a cidade do Rio de Janeiro, percebi que havia algo um pouco diferente por lá. Na segunda, quando fiquei por ...
Post-war babies born in the internment camps should be considered the ‘Lucky Ones’? These children didn’t suffer the whole forced removal ordeal beginning in ...
A weekly visual journal/cartoon about an easily-annoyed fourth generation American of Japanese descent. This week, last of the Shakers…
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After I was used by Morgan Taketa, I stay in my bed of Amazon packaging and bubble wrap for almost two weeks straight. Unfortunately for ...
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Read Part 1 >> A Nikkei Holiday Story By John Nishio This is the story of the 104th Annual Nishio Mochitsuki.
On Tuesday night, we hosted ...
In our January e-newsletter, Discover Nikkei put out a call for Oshogatsu stories. We asked our Nikkei readers from around the world to show us ...
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[To Fusae] Do you remember a conversation that your parents had with you over moving to the camps?
They went with the ...
“When he came back to Tule Lake where we were, he got off the bus, and he was an old man. To this day I ...
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