This article by SBS journalist Junko Hirabayashi features the diversity of opinions and stories of Nikkei peoples in Australia.
Nikkei Australia’s Dr Rebecca Hausler pays tribute to Professor Carol Hayes.
Read the fascinating story of why translator Masashi Hojo was captivated by Nikkei Australia member Christine Piper’s debut novel After Darkness.
Nikkei Australia’s Rebecca Hausler explores fictional reimaginings of Japanese internment during WWII in a new publication
An article by Nikkei Australia’s Rebecca Hausler exploring the fictional reimaginings of Japanese internment during WWII appears in a new book.
A review of two books about Nikkei Australian internment and wartime experiences by Nikkei Australia’s Hugh de Ferranti has been published in online journal Commons.
An article exploring the relationship between ‘three-piece suits’ and migrant belonging, featuring the story of Setsutaro Hasegawa
An article about race, Western attire, and belonging featuring the story of Setsutaro Hasegawa has been published in Australian Historical Studies.
The Loveday Internment Camp’s new website curated by Rosemary Gower is now live.
Listen to a podcast episode about the first recorded Japanese person to settle in Australia, acrobat Rikinosuke Sakuragawa.
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.
Listen to a radio feature about Untitled.Showa, a project by Nikkei Australia’s Mayu Kanamori, produced by fellow member Masako Fukui.
The Audibility of Strangers: Music and Disparate Japanese Communities in Prewar ‘White Australia’: a webinar with Hugh de Ferranti
This webinar was presented by Nikkei Australia’s Dr Hugh de Ferranti on 7 September 2021 as part of a series of colloquia at the Center for Japanese Studies at the Berkely Institute of East Asian Studies.
Watch Nikkei Australia’s Timothy Steains interview artist, writer, researcher Reina Takeuchi