Nikkei Australia’s Dr Yuriko Nagata to present lecture about internment in Tokyo, Japan, 10 December 2022
Dr Yuriko Nagata will talk at a special event to coincide with an exhibiton about ‘War Art’ in Nagoya, Japan.
Nikkei Australia members Dr Timothy Kazuo Steains and Aoife Wilkinson will host a film screening and panel discussion on mixed-race Japanese experiences, Friday 18 November 2022.
Nikkei Australia members elected Executive Officers at a membership meeting this month. Introducing Nikkei Australia’s first executive…
By Steve Dawson: I took this opportunity to share the untold story of my great-grandfather, Ewar Dicinoski (Togawa Iwakichi), and the origins of the unique Dicinoski clan whose many descendants permeate Queensland and other parts of Australia.
By Andrew Hasegawa: As a fourth-generation Japanese Australian, researching my family history and preserving the stories of other Nikkei Australians is important to me.
By Joanna Boese: My mother’s given name was actually Atsuko, but she adopted the name Naomi as it is both a Japanese and Western name. Everyone called my father ‘Snow’ because his hair. Even in Japan he was known as ‘Yuki’ (snow).
By Jacqueline Yoshioka-Braid: I descend from a long line of samurai families. I am the fifth of six children born to my parents.
By Yuki Kawakami: My parents embraced the opportunity to pursue their dream of living abroad. Sydney was at the top of their list.
By Elysha Rei: 明けておめでとございます！Happy New Year!
- 23 November 2022
- Nikkei Australia's Dr Yuriko Nagata to present lecture about internment in Tokyo, Japan, 10 December 2022