Hawaii baseball legend Lenn Sakata isn't optimistic about the future of Japanese American managers in Major League Baseball.
How do Suginami residents prevent burglaries? By planting flowers.
Kenji Murase, a famous social work professor at San...
The sad tale of "Kokoma Joe," the first Japanese American jockey.
Amy Kasai, a respected Japanese American artist in Fresno's art community, passes away.
How the Japanese Americans in the Military Intelligence Service impacted World War...
Harry Kalas, longtime voice of the Philadelphia Phillies and former broadcaster of Hawaii Islander baseball games, passed away yesterday.
Iraq-bound soldiers sit down with 442nd veterans.
Gerald F. Seib of the Wall Street Journal examines the...
Washington's Bainbridge Island gets ready for a Japanese American internment memorial.
“Return of the Yellow Peril: A Survey of the Work of Roger Shimomura, 1969–2004” opens in Delray Beach, Florida. For the uninformed: this is pop...
Japanese American groups Vs. Charles E. Grassley.
Insight into the world of the Japanese American detective
Tiger Woods gives some advice to Japan's golf phenom, Ryu Ishikawa.
Nonno: Mixing Japanese and American fashion in Houston.
Taking a closer...
As the World Baseball Classic rolls on . . . some interesting facts about Ichiro.
A Japanese astronaut goes "odorless."
Hawaii-based soldiers take in the Japanese culture.
Internment is a hot topic at Middlesex Community College in...
Finally . . . the curse of Colonel Sanders is over!
A lesson in American-Okinawan cultural exchange . . .
And Japanese students learn about American education.
Tracing the impact of Japanese Americans in the Pacific...
Tad Nakamura's new film, "A Song For Ourselves," which is about the late University of Hawaii professor Chris Iijima, has people talking in San Francisco - with a little help from Patsy Mink too.
The question that American automakers desperately want answered: Can they top their Japanese competition?
An interesting movie premise: Earthquakes suck every country under the ocean . . . except Japan.
A former prisoner in a...
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