Ayana Hadley | 綾奈ハドリ

“Has discrimination against hāfu changed for the better over time?”

ハーフに対する差別は、時とともによくなってきたと思いますか。

どうぞページの下部に質問にお答え下さい。Please share your answer in the comment area below.


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FatherMicronesian
MotherJapanese
Age23
Born inJapan
Lived inJapan - Micronesia - US
Speaks Japanese⚫⚫⚫⚫⚪
Reading and Writing⚫⚫⚪⚪⚪
SpeaksEnglish - Pohnpeian -
Japanese
プロファイル:
ミクロネシア人
日本人
年齢23歳
出生地日本
今まで住んだ国日本|ミクロネシア|米国
日本語会話のレベル⚫⚫⚫⚫⚪
日本語読み書きのレベル⚫⚫⚪⚪⚪
話せる言語英語|ポンペイ語|日本語

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2 comments
  • Bobby D says:

    I think so and I think it’ll get better as younger Japanese are more tolerant than their grandparents. There are still some scars from WWII that carried onto some people in how they think of foreigners and haafu. Some of that is still evident in Okinawa, if you talk to some mixed kids there that go to public schools which is why AmerAsian School in Okinawa came into existence.

    I think in general Nihonjin tend to look at us a bit more favorably than your average foreigner but they still need time to figure out if we’re a good or bad person, a giver or a taker, real or faker, etc. Not to say they should do so but it’s one step to where Japan needs to be which is across-the-board tolerant towards anyone who is different from the masses and with that I include Zainichi, Ainu, Uchinanchu and any other minorities.

  • クラド says:

    Nice portrait picture!

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