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Presently approximately one out of every thirty children born in Japan has one parent who is not Japanese. Mixed race Japanese individuals are fast becoming a part of the Japanese mainstream and one of the fastest growing ethnic groups in the United States. What is mixed race Japanese identity, from the voices of people who actually are Hapa Japanese? In “Hapa Expressions,” the voices of transnational individuals of mixed Japanese heritage are explored, representations that focus on the U.S.-Japan experience, two countries in which mixed-race identity is being heard in a big way, perhaps bigger than the societies-at-large are aware of. The expressions are brought to life in this play written by Velina Hasu Houston. 

This event is co-sponsored by the USC School of Dramatic Arts

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