I’ve written before about the importance — and difficulty — of finding a bone marrow donor match for a mixed race patient. If you live in Southern California, here’s your chance to help!
For the first time ever, there will be Hapa meetups in various cities around the world
The speakers, parties and swag of BlogHer ’11 were all fun, but the best part was meeting like-minded bloggers
Learning Chinese is as easy as one, two, three — or yi, er, san — in Grandfather Counts, this week’s HapaMama Summer Reading pick.
This week, we take a look at a biography of Ann Dunham, aka the President’s Hapa Mama…
Looking for a multicultural alternative to the typical gross-out Middle Grade boy novels? Lisa Yee has a pair of books that kids and parents will love.
We’re kicking off the HapaMama Summer Reading Series with the lovely and aptly titled picture book, The East-West House: Noguchi’s Childhood in Japan, by Christy Hale.
School’s out! Avoid the summer slide and broaden your cultural horizons with HapaMama’s Summer Reading Series! Find out more…