Miki Tokunaga | 徳永美樹

“How does history affect Japan’s current relationship with (Asian) hāfu?”

日本と(アジアの)ハーフの今の関係において、歴史はどのような影響を与えていると思いますか。

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2 comments
  • Barry says:

    I agree. Its the person themselves that matters, not their parentage.

    If anything, I’ve found people of mixed heritage to be richer and more interesting as a result of their exposure to different backgrounds.

    It’s something to be proud of and definitely shouldn’t be seen as some type of stigma.

  • Theodore Nagase says:

    No impact I believe. The history of a nation or a people should never be confused with one’s evaluation of another individual. This should be moreso clear for hafu– they are in a position to be on the receiving end of various stereotypes and other unsavory situations as a result of said confusion.

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