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.
How being mixed-race makes it especially hard to find a bone marrow donor — and what you can do about it.
A veritable cornucopia of multiculturalism!
Food and Hapa kids are on my mind, with a couple of links to share.
If you have mixed-race children, what do you do when forms require you to choose just ONE race?
Filmmakers looking for Taiwanese and Half-Taiwanese “regular people” to appear in a public service announcement for the 2010 US Census. HapaMama tells you how you can play a role!
I was talking to a mom friend today, who has two hapa daughters. She was telling me how her six year-old daughter remarked, “I’m Chinese and American!” “No,” she corrected, “You’re Chinese and white. We’re ALL American.” Which leads to me to an interesting observation. For as much as I ponder the significance of ethnicity […]
A two-year old wonders “Why is my hair different from everyone else in our family?”