Material contribuído por DMo

A Jockey's Tale: Uncovering the Story of Kokomo Joe

Darryl Mori

“What initially catches my interest in any story is the story itself—its characters, its setting, its suspense and drama, its connection to events that are much larger than the story,” says author John Christgau.

Secret Asian Man: Breaking Barriers with a Comic Strip

Darryl Mori

Tak Toyoshima’s Asian American-themed comic strip, Secret Asian Man, is now nationally syndicated in major newspapers across the United States.

Faces of a Generation: Brian Y. Sato on Photographing the Nisei in Hawai'i

Darryl Mori

Many of the most compelling photographs in Brian Y. Sato's collection of portraits were almost never taken.

'The Cats of Mirikitani' — Film Review

Darryl Mori

Curiosity may have killed the cat. But in the case of The Cats of Mirikitani, a 2006 documentary gem just recently released on DVD, the combination of curiosity and cats results in a beautiful, moving tale of redemption.

Japanese American National Museum Store Online

Stories from Little Tokyo: The Woman in the Picture

Darryl Mori

A chance encounter in the Japanese American National Museum’s store led to a surprising discovery.

Japanese American National Museum Store Online

Ronin Rabbit: Stan Sakai’s Amazing Usagi Yojimbo

Darryl Mori

"To make a living in any of the arts is difficult—whether it be acting, writing, painting, music, or, in my case, cartooning," says Stan Sakai, creator of the wildly popular Usagi Yojimbo comic book series. "Parents, of course, want the best for their children, and a traditional job is ...

Japanese American National Museum Store Online

On a Roll: The Global Business of Sushi

Darryl Mori

A piece of raw fish sitting on a small ball of rice.At first glance, it seems an unlikely tool for understanding the complex dynamics of global economics.But as author and journalist Sasha Issenberg discovered, a look at the business behind sushi reveals an intricate web of cultures, industries ...

Login or Register to join our Nima-kai

Informação

DMo is a writer based in Los Angeles, specializing in the arts and the nonprofit sector. A Sansei and a native of Southern California, he has written for UCLA and the Japanese American National Museum, where he serves as a volunteer. He currently works in fundraising and external relations for Art Center College of Design.

Receba novidades

Cadastre-se para novidades por e-mail

Journal feed
Events feed
Comments feed

Apoie o projeto

Descubra Nikkei

O site Descubra Nikkei é um lugar once você pode se conectar com outras pessoas e assim participar nas experiências dos nikkeis. Para continuar a manter e expandir este projeto, nós precisamos da sua ajuda!

Maneiras de ajudar >>

Projeto do Japanese American National Museum

Patrocinador principal: The Nippon Foundation