Japanese, German, English – Julie

“Hi everyone! My name is Julie Taeko Gramlich, and I have always associated more with my Asian side.
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I love the fact that I can break the barrier of race purely with my appearance. I have no idea how many times I have been asked the question “What are you?” or the more politically correct “What is your ethnicity?” I love it. I thrive on it. I almost beg to be asked.”

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LeiLani Nishime explores the Asian American experience in her new book

Author Leilani Nishime explains what motivated her to write about multiracial Asian-Americans in her new book,

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Being Called An ‘Exotic Beauty’ Is Not A Compliment

My mixed identity has forced me to navigate the world in a different way and “learn” to do a lot of things that other people don’t have to learn….

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Dream of the Water Children: The Black Pacific

It’s official! My Book will be published in the Fall of 2014 – by 2Leaf Press. I will keep everyone updated. I have provided the Vimeo introductory video here.  More will follow. While watching thi…

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What’s My Big Mix – Darby. Berkeley, CA

For The Big Mix multicultural festival. Submitted stories by blended people and families. To upload your own mixed/blended story, go to TheBigMix.org or cont…

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What’s My Big Mix – Seiyu. Westchester, NY

For The Big Mix multicultural festival. Submitted stories by blended people and families. To upload your own mixed/blended story, go to TheBigMix.org or cont…

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