KA Mom and Japan Times Contributor Louise George Kittaka wrote this fantastic article on some of the challenges bicultural children in Japan face in school or trying to find work. A very interesting peek into some of the problems and dilemmas moms living abroad have to consider with even the simplest of tasks such as naming our bicultural children.
Japanese are Japanese and foreigners are foreigners, and never the twain shall meet? In many aspects of daily life in this country, there is one way for the Japanese and another for the rest of us. Like it or not, that’s just how it …
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Favorite question: Free time? What's that??
Days are spent: raising 4 children, teaching part time, developing a jewelry business (http://facebook.com/offonawhim), and following the lives of the KA Moms! Cooking, cleaning and shopping are all secondary.