Japanese immigration reached almost the entire Brazilian territory, much of it due to the demand for land for the cultivation of horticultural crops in general ...
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Alicia’s sister, Josefa (Sizue) Yoshimura, was two years younger, and had two “boyfriends” (the title changes depending on which sister of ...
I would like to take the opportunity to tell the tale of my great grandfather who traveled from Japan to Cuba, via Mexico, and established ...
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There are a number of impediments which inhibit Japanese Cuban unity in Cuba. Here I provide some issues which need to ...
The future of a culture often relies on its ties to the past. Many Japanese Cubans do not have strong ties to their Japanese heritage ...
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Can you talk a bit about your families here?
I married three times and broke up three times. I have six sons ...
Torontonian Yosh Inouye, a retired 70-something photography teacher, was the one of the first to teach me about the paradox of what it means to ...
One lesser known fact about Cuban history is that the United States and Cuba were allies during World War II. The Cuban government declared Japan ...
At the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre in Toronto there is a rare exhibition of tattoo art by the late artist and teacher Aba Bayefsky (1923 ...
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Your career path? What might be lessons for emerging artists and curators?
I began as a studio artist, however, perhaps because I ...
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