Sooner or later, your kids are bound to see racist portrayals of Asians on the big screen. How do you deal with it?
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.
Did you know March 8 is International Women’s Day? The event has been celebrated for more than 100 years to mark the economic, political and social achievements of women.
Maxine Hong Kingston only writes one book each decade. So when she was at Kepler’s Books in Menlo Park, reading from her new poetry memoir “I Love a Broad Margin to My Life”, I made sure to be there.
Recently, the New York Times ran an article “Black? White? Asian? More Young Americans Choose All of the Above” examining the changing (or not-changing) attitudes toward people of mixed-race. The report spotlighs a group of college students in the Multiracial and Biracial Student Association at the University of Maryland.
If you have mixed-race children, what do you do when forms require you to choose just ONE race?
Grace is featured in an article on the front page of today’s San Jose Mercury News.
HapaMama talks about the new film Formosa Betrayed and how to pass on the legacy of being Taiwanese American to her kids.