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Hapa Japan aims to be the most complete genealogical database exploring the global mixed Japanese experience.
FEBRUARY 22 - 26, 2017 LOS ANGELES, CA
5 Days of Panels, Music, Food, & Film Screenings
The Hapa Japan Festival celebrates mixed race and mixed roots Japanese people and culture. Come join us at the Japanese American National Museum and the USC (University of Southern California) campus in Los Angeles.
WHAT IS THE HAPA JAPAN DATABASE PROJECT?
It is part educational. Part genealogical. And all connected.
Welcome to the HapaJapan.com website, the world's largest online database, network, and community of Hapa Japanese people. Each day, people of mixed race and mixed roots Japanese heritage sign up for the Hapa Japan website to discover, learn, and connect with others from around the world. The website is hosted by the Hapa Japan Database Project, a research initiative at the University of Southern California's Ito Center dedicated to the global study of mixed-race and mixed-roots Japanese people. The project consists of an event series, publications, and this website that features news stories, longer form articles, and interviews. In 2017, the project released the edited volumes, Hapa Japan (vol. 1 History and vol. 2 Identity and Representations) - check out http://kaya.com/books/hapa-japan-history-volume-1/ and http://kaya.com/books/hapa-japan-identities-volume-2/