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my answer: I am a Japanese.

My name is Machiko Aoki, born and
raised in Shimone, Japan. "100% Japanese".
I'd never even think about my identity as
a Japanese before I moved to Big Island,
Hawaii. As I lived in Hawaii, often think
"What is nationality?", living with people
who have mult-blood. 青木真知子

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