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Activities growing up in Peru

Art Shibayama October 26, 2003

In 1940, I think, when they took census, there were twenty-six thousand Japanese and Japanese …


What does Nikkei mean to you? (Spanish)

Alfredo Kato October 7, 2005

(Spanish) It’s a pretty tricky question, you know, but I think being Nikkei means much …


Japanese vs. Peruvian identity (Spanish)

Alfredo Kato October 7, 2005

(Spanish) The question of whether one identifies more with Japan than with Peru… Ever since …


Peru Shimpo for the Nikkei community (Spanish)

Alfredo Kato October 7, 2005

(Spanish) Okay, so the most important roll that Peru Shimpo plays. I think it’s to …


The Japanese society reacts to Nikkei living in Japan (Japanese)

Masako Iino October 7, 2005

(Japanese) I think it’s a complicated issue. I mean, if the ones who come into …


What is Nikkei? (Japanese)

Masako Iino October 7, 2005

(Japanese) Well, in my definition of what “Nikkei” means nowadays, I believe Japanese-born people are …


The identity of Nikkei Canadians seen in the Buddhist Church (Japanese)

Masako Iino October 7, 2005

(Japanese) The Buddhist community in Toronto began back in 1946. I think that 1946 was …


Learning from Nikkei (Japanese)

Masako Iino October 7, 2005

(Japanese) Well, in this country, both Canada and America included, I’m constantly wondering about my …


Nikkei means fusion (Spanish)

Mónica Kogiso October 7, 2005

(Spanish) I think being Nikkei means having two cultures. In my case, in Argentina, it’s …

Sogi,Francis Y.

Defining the term Nikkei

Francis Y. Sogi May 29, 2006

The term literally means Japanese descent. So anyone descending from Japanese parents or grandparents would …

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