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The performing arts not for Nisei

Mas Kodani December 3, 2004

When I came to this temple in ’68, it was the first Japanese American community …


Sense of lineage between Sansei and Issei through Taiko

PJ Hirabayashi January 26, 2005

The relationship between the Sansei and the Issei, I think, were very similar in that …

Houston,Jeanne Wakatsuki

Her father as a typical Issei

Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston December 27, 2005

He (My father) was typical of that (first) generation like Toyo Miyatake and those guys, …


Generational Gap (Spanish)

Kazuomi Takagi February 23, 2007

(Spanish) For me it is easier to deal with the Nisei sansei because the Issei …


Need generational change in Japanese community (Spanish)

Kazuomi Takagi February 23, 2007

(Spanish) A new Japanese collectivity is emerging. The age of the Issei is over. Not …


Honing Artistic Talent at Camp

George Abe December 10, 2004

What stories I had heard about camp growing up were more like nostalgic stories. I …


Getting along with "Jichan" and "Bachan"

George Abe December 10, 2004

This thing of skipping a generation, I think as Sanseis we began to look more …


Yoshitaro Amano, Forced to Return to Japan by Prisoner of War Exchange Ship (Japanese)

Miyoko Amano April 18, 2007

(Japanese) Before the war, Amano had been running trade in Panama. Then, once the trade …


Integrating As First-Generation Japanese-Peruvian (Japanese)

Toshiro Konishi April 18, 2007

(Japanese) Well, this is extremely…From my perspective as a Japanese person, this is extremely difficult. …


Peru Representative vs. Japan Representative (Japanese)

Toshiro Konishi April 18, 2007

(Japanese) In Italy, Spain, and elsewhere, I’ve been announcing many things. When that’s going on, …

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