Half-Japanese: Seven BYUH students born and raised in multicultural families

Written by: 
Maki Ogawa

The following was written by a COMM 323 student for their final project. It has not been through a copy editor; all submissions were final.

Seven BYU-Hawaii men who are ethnically half-Japanese share the pros outnumber the cons of being racially mixed. They said they have benefited from being bilingual, overall like Japanese food more than American food, but generally go by their English names instead of their Japanese names.

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Date Published: 
Friday, June 16, 2017
Last Edited: 
Friday, June 16, 2017