Try a twist on standard picnic fare by wrapping hot dogs in a Korean kimbap roll
Learning Chinese is as easy as one, two, three — or yi, er, san — in Grandfather Counts, this week’s HapaMama Summer Reading pick.
The weekend of June 11-12 is a big occasion for Hapa families: Loving Day! Oh, what’s that, you ask? Read on to find out more about the Supreme Court ruling that all people in mixed-race marriages should be thankful for.
Wesley Yang’s Paper Tigers essay has me thinking about how to raise happy, confident Hapa boys.
This week, I’ve written a roundup of the many of the conferences, books and films, and other issues surrounding the growing Hapa population — including some of my personal experiences navigating the waters of being in a mixed-race family. Check out the full article…
How being mixed-race makes it especially hard to find a bone marrow donor — and what you can do about it.
Why do some Asian groups have such high intermarriage rates? HapaMama interviews filmmaker Jeff Chiba Stearns on his documentary which seeks to answer that question.
A dad of Hapa kids overhears some racist comments. What is the right right response in this kind of situation?