Description - Being Japanese American by Gil Asakawa
From immigration to discrimination, and then to reparations and a high rate of intermarriage, Americans of Japanese descent share a long and sometimes painful history, and now fear their unique culture is being lost. Gil Asakawas celebration of what makes Jas so special is an entertaining blend of facts and features, of recipes, songs, and memories that every JA will want to share with friends and family.
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Author Biography - Gil Asakawa
Gil Asakawa is a Sansei (3rd-generation Japanese American) writer and editor who was born in Tokyo and moved to the United States as a child. His roots in both cultures have led him to write extensively about pop culture and politics from a JA perspective. He has written the weekly "Nikkei View" column online and in syndication since 1998. He is currently director of the website of the Denver Post.