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  • Bob Kellerman

    WONDERFUL that the story is being told — but SAD that there were not enough Japanese-American actors to portray it, so it became, in this article, about all Asians, including Filipinos, a group subjugated by the Japanese. If you were raised around Asians, as I was, you know that Japanese Americans have almost obliterated their culture through intermarriage, which is at least partly due to the camps.

  • homesickyank

    One point: In the paragraph which begins “Kuo also incorporates haiku..” the “tonal quality” of Japanese is mentioned. But Japanese is not a tonal language.

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