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Lillian Ogata-Bonner

Emiko Tsuchida

Lillian and I met serendipitously coming home from the 2018 Manzanar pilgrimage where, on a long, three and a half hour bus ride from the Owens Valley to Los Angeles, the organizing committee welcomed camp survivors to share their story with the group. Lillian was the first one to volunteer ...

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Jack and Grace Fujimoto - Part 2

Emiko Tsuchida

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Jack and Grace Fujimoto - Part 1

Emiko Tsuchida


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The Songbird of Manzanar: Mary Nomura - Part 2

Emiko Tsuchida

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The Songbird of Manzanar: Mary Nomura - Part 1

Emiko Tsuchida


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Ann Sato - Part 2

Emiko Tsuchida

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Ann Sato - Part 1

Emiko Tsuchida


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Lily Yuri Tsurumaki - Part 5

Emiko Tsuchida

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Lily Yuri Tsurumaki - Part 4

Emiko Tsuchida

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Lily Yuri Tsurumaki - Part 3

Emiko Tsuchida

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I am Yonsei, currently based in San Francisco. I'm a freelance writer and social media marketer who writes on Asian American identity and experiences, oral histories and the Japanese American internment. I love to listen to people's stories. And I'm a huge, shameless foodie.

Nikkei interests

  • community history
  • family stories
  • festival/matsuri
  • Japanese/Nikkei food
  • Japantowns
  • taiko

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