Nikkei Australia member Alli Parker publishes her first novel, based on life of the first Japanese war bride in Australia
Congratulations to Nikkei Australia member Alli Parker on the launch of her novel, based on the life of Cherry Parker.
The Loveday Internment Camp’s new website curated by Rosemary Gower is now live.
Read about Nikkei Australia members’ involvement in the Past Wrongs Future Choices international collaborative project in this new blog…
The life of Setsutaro Hasegawa, one of the earliest Japanese people to migrate to Australia, is featured in the Voices Across Time exhibition at the Immigration Museum in Melbourne, Victoria.
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…
Nikkei Australia founding member Dr Yuriko Nagata will give a talk about Japanese internment in Australia during WWII and its consequences on Sunday 30 October 2022.
A symposium on Japanese war art will be held on 21 and 22 July 2022 at Flinders Victoria Square, Flinders University Adelaide.
Nikkei Australia member Elysha Rei awarded Artists in Residence Fellowship, Past Wrongs, Future Choices Project
Nikkei Australia member Elysha Rei has been awarded an Artist in Residence Fellowship 2022-23 in the the Past Wrongs, Future Choices project.