Crônicas Nikkeis #10—Gerações Nikkeis: Conectando Famílias e Comunidades

Bem-vindo(a) à 10ª edição das Crônicas Nikkeis! Gerações Nikkeis: Conectando Famílias e Comunidades abrange as relações intergeracionais nas comunidades nikkeis em todo o mundo, tendo como foco especial as emergentes gerações mais jovens de nikkeis e o tipo de conexão que eles têm (ou não têm) com as suas raízes e as gerações mais velhas. No decorrer deste processo, esperamos obter uma visão mais aprofundada sobre a evolução das comunidades nikkeis ao redor do mundo.

Como são as relações entre as gerações na sua comunidade? O que mudou e o que continua o mesmo? De que forma os nikkeis mais jovens se envolvem com a sua comunidade? Como será o futuro da sua comunidade nikkei? Que tipos de legados você quer deixar para a sua comunidade? Aceitamos histórias pessoais, memórias, entrevistas/perguntas e respostas, ensaios, trabalhos de pesquisa e críticas. 

O prazo para o envio de textos vai de 1º de maio às 22h00 (horário de Brasília) de 30 de setembro de 2021.

Para maiores informações: 5dn.org/geracoes.

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Warren Kato: Judge, Former Attorney, But Most of All a Father and Role Model

I have read articles in the past trying to explain the difference between a father and a dad. To some, a “father” is defined as “a man in relation to his children,” whereas a “dad” is someone who you can hang out with, is there to play sports with you, and can always be there for you when you need help. For me, my dad is both my role model and an inspiration. He has taught me countless life lessons that I live by to this day. He has inspired me to become an attorney and fight for justice in …

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Los impactos socioculturales de la inmigración japonesa en el Perú

¿Cómo ha influido la inmigración japonesa en la sociedad peruana? La hipótesis de esta investigación es que la inmigración japonesa al Perú ha influido socioculturalmente a través de aportes, costumbres y hábitos que se mantienen en nuestra vida cotidiana hasta la actualidad.

1. CONSECUENCIAS SOCIALES DE LA INMIGRACIÓN JAPONESA

Discriminación hacia los descendientes japoneses

La discriminación hacia los descendientes japoneses se ha dado desde la época de la Inmigración Japonesa al Perú hasta la actualidad. A medida que la comunidad japonesa crecía, los peruanos comenzaron a ver a los japoneses como una amenaza. Se inició un sentimiento de inquietud que …

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The Spirit of Giving

Looking through my bedroom window, I see an installer meticulously placing new, dark tiles along the pool waterline in my family’s backyard. Over the next few days, I check on the status of our pool, anxiously waiting to see the outcome of the renovation. When it was finally completed, I realized that up close, the tiles looked stunningly beautiful, with the blues and browns of the design creating a chaotic ensemble of wonderfulness. When the tiles mold together, they form an intricate pattern that looks so unique.Every experience is like a tile that is added to the design, ultimately shaping …

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Kiyoko Sugimoto and Sakura Yoshida Explore Mixed-Race Identity in New Podcast

VANCOUVER — Kiyoko Sugimoto and Sakura Yoshida take a deep dive into what it means to be a mixed-race Japanese Canadian millennial in their podcast, The Hafu It. In the weekly, independently-produced, and unscripted podcast, the two women explore topics that range from the Japanese Canadian experience to current affairs and pop culture through humour and personal anecdotes.

The podcast, which launched in December, recently wrapped up its first season at the end of May. The season ended with a four-episode collaboration with the Vancouver Japanese Language School and Japanese Hall (VJLS-JH) and the explorASIAN Festival for Asian Heritage …

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Keiro Superstar: Yosh Arima

At 91 years old, Yosh Arima has lived a full life of teaching, traveling, playing sports, and surrounding himself with people he enjoys.

After being incarcerated at Santa Anita horse stables—with transfers to Rohwer and then Tule Lake with his family during World War II—Yosh moved to California, then New Jersey, and back to California. He jumped around to different high schools during that time, but eventually graduated from Belmont High School in Los Angeles. He went to LA City College and Cal State LA then transferred to UCLA where he completed his bachelor’s degree. He later got his master’s …

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