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九州・佐賀県でのイベントおよび展覧会 • Exhibition and events in Saga, Kyushu

九州・佐賀県でのイベントおよび展覧会 • Exhibition and events in Saga, Kyushu

Posted by / August 29, 2018 / Categories: English, event, exhibition, press, 日本語 / 0 Comments
From 16th to 26th August, the Saga Holland House was the scene for a Hāfu2Hāfu exhibition and a series of related events.
8月16日から26日まで、佐賀オランダハウスは、ハーフ・2 (トゥ)・ハーフの展覧会および一連の関連イベントの場となりました。
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Looking for participants in Tokyo • 東京での参加者募集

Looking for participants in Tokyo • 東京での参加者募集

Posted by / April 30, 2018 / Categories: English, event, Help, 日本語 / 0 Comments

Looking for participants in Tokyo

After the crowd funding campaign, it is finally time again to interview and photograph hāfu again. Continue reading →

Hāfu2Hāfu at ICP Projected in NYC

Hāfu2Hāfu at ICP Projected in NYC

Posted by / April 13, 2018 / Categories: English, event, exhibition / 0 Comments

During the day, a selection of 12 photos and questions from the Hāfu2Hāfu project can be viewed on monitors inside the ICP (International Center of Photography) Museum in New York City and during evening hours, images are literally “projected” onto the windows of the ICP Museum; they can be viewed from the sidewalk outside the Museum and are most visible after sunset. Learn more about Projected.

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Hirado: Where Todays Japanese Hāfu Meet Their 17th Century Predecessors.

Hirado: Where Todays Japanese Hāfu Meet Their 17th Century Predecessors.

Posted by / January 14, 2018 / Categories: blog, event, exhibition / 1 Comment

When Dutch traders of the East India Company (VOC) arrived in Japan in the early 1600’s, they first settled in Hirado, Nagasaki. Western and Chinese merchants were allowed to live and mingle with the locals here freely before the Shogun restricted international relations by declaring several Sakoku Edicts between 1633 and 1639. Most countries were prohibited all contact and trading, while Dutch and Chinese merchants were moved to the artificial island of Dejima in Nagasaki in 1641. Continue reading →

Hāfu in Osaka (14 ~ 21 January)/大阪のハーフ(1月14日〜21日)

Hāfu in Osaka (14 ~ 21 January)/大阪のハーフ(1月14日〜21日)

Posted by / November 17, 2017 / Categories: English, event, Help / Tags: / 0 Comments

Looking for Hāfu in Osaka

For the next phase of Hāfu2Hāfu, I will be interviewing and photographing hāfu in Osaka from 14th to 21st January 2018. Continue reading →

SIETAR x Hāfu2Hāfu Presentation and Workshop, by guest blogger Nina Cataldo

SIETAR x Hāfu2Hāfu Presentation and Workshop, by guest blogger Nina Cataldo

Posted by / November 13, 2017 / Categories: blog, English, event / 0 Comments

On October 15th, 2017, Tetsuro Miyazaki held a presentation and workshop on his Hāfu2Hāfu Project in partnership with SIETAR Japan (The Society for Intercultural Education Training and Research). In attendance were roughly 40 people from all walks of life. Japanese folks with international backgrounds, parents of multi-cultural/ethnic children, a zainichi (Japan-born Korean) man, nissei, sansei Japanese and of course, many hāfus like myself. Continue reading →

Portraits @ Camera Japan Film Festival

Portraits @ Camera Japan Film Festival

Posted by / September 27, 2017 / Categories: English, event, exhibition / 0 Comments

Camera Japan is an annual Japanese cultural festival, organised in Rotterdam and Amsterdam. The main focus is on film, but they also explore the visual arts, music, dance, fashion, architecture, food, and much more.  Continue reading →

Hāfu in Tokyo (12 ~ 24 October)/東京のハーフ(10月12日〜24日)

Hāfu in Tokyo (12 ~ 24 October)/東京のハーフ(10月12日〜24日)

Posted by / August 30, 2017 / Categories: English, event, Help, news, 日本語 / -

Looking for Hāfu in Tokyo

For the next phase of Hāfu2Hāfu, I will be interviewing and photographing hāfu in Tokyo from 12th to 24th October 2017. Continue reading →

Pecha Kucha Tokyo: Hāfu2Hāfu explained in 6.40 minutes

Pecha Kucha Tokyo: Hāfu2Hāfu explained in 6.40 minutes

Posted by / July 12, 2017 / Categories: blog, English, event / 0 Comments

On June 22nd, I was invited to share Hāfu2Hāfu at Pecha Kucha Tokyo. Continue reading →