Wataru Miyazaki | 宮崎亘

“Do you think it is fair to use your hāfu-ness as an excuse to get out of things?”

ハーフである事を言い訳にして切り抜けるのは、フェアだと思いますか。

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MotherUgandan
Age30
Born inKenya
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日本人
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年齢30歳
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2 comments
  • Kamna says:

    I think it depends. Sometimes I feel like I’m expected to know all about the three cultures I grew up with and I’m a disappointment of I don’t. But then again, people have given me passes because I’m hafu… but I feel like it’s always said in a way that implies that I don’t know because I’m not pure blooded.
    I think as long as you’re true you yourself and are satisfied with who you are, you can get into or out of anything you wish. We as hafu have a unique perspective of society, cultures, and the world because of it.

  • Payton Miyazaki says:

    Yes!!! But it’s important to acknowledge that not all hafus have the same “hafu” or “foreigner” privilege of getting out of things (for example, I as a white hafu, am looked at with a lot nicer eyes when I mess up than my Chinese hafu, friend)

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