Published in March 2014 and the faction, novel based on a true story about Takeshi & Rose Inagaki is written in Japanese. Takeshi began teaching the Japanese language at The University of Melbourne in 1919 during the Meiji period but… 日本では国を挙げて西洋文化を摂取するのに懸命だったと思われる明治の時代に、オ
Interpretive board final.pdf (120KB) The interpretive board telling (in English & Japanese) the plight of the Nikkei civilian internees was installed at the Japanese War Cemetery in Cowra on 9 March 2014. It is the first public acknowledgement of its kind for Nikkei Australians.
by Jacqueline Lo and Mayu Kanamori Crossings: Journal of Migration & Culture, Volume 4, Number 1, 1 April 2013, pp. 67-78(12) The making of memory has been controversial in Australia, as evidenced by the recent so-called ‘history wars’ focusing on the representation of settler occ
by Lorna Kaino ‘Broome culture’ and its historical links to the Japanese in the pearling industry Continuum, Journal of Media & Cultural Studies Volume 25, 2011 – Issue 4 pp. 479-490 The Broome Shire Council’s decision in 2009 to suspend the sister-town relations
by Takeshi Hamano. This thesis explores the rise and transformation of Japanese migration to Australia since the 1980s. This thesis particularly investigates the experience of Japanese women marriage migrants: women who have immigrated to Australia through marriage to a local partner.
Michi’s Memories The Story of a Japanese War Bride by Keiko Tamura ISBN 9781921862519 (Print version) $28.00 (GST inclusive) ISBN 9781921862526 (Online) Published September 2011 ANU Press: http://press.anu.edu.au?p=144351 This book tells the story of Michi, one of 650 Japanese war bri
by Mayu Kanamori Would You Mind If I Settled Here? Volume 36, 2010 – Issue 2: Asian Australia and Asian America: Making Transnational Connections Photo essay in attempt to begin a dialogue between a migrant from a country with colonial history and the custodians of the land migr
Edited by Sachiko Sone and David Black, Westerly Centre, The University of Western Australia 2009 Contributions by Noreen Jones, Gregory Dvorak, Christine Choo, Sachiko Sone, Lorna Kaino, Joanna Sassoon, Yuichi Inouye, Pam Oliver, David Black, Vicki Thomas, Bob Wurth, Andre Malan, Jul
by Mayu Kanamori ‘In Repose’: a photo-essay Journal of Australian Studies Volume 32, 2008 – Issue 4: ‘Asia@Home: New directions in Asian Australian Studies’ In Repose is a site-specific collaborative multi art form project with dance, music, visual projection, sound-scapes and