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  1. […] Yes, even here in 70% 30% (corrected number, my bad) Asian San Francisco, it happens: people say racist things, here, there, pretty much everywhere.  This is not the first time, not even the worst thing that has been said around or to me because of my Asian-ness: my features, perceived language, driving skills, athletic abilities, my name, “bruce,” or my ability to kick the crap out of someone because I must know martial arts. and so on, and so on.  And don’t get me started on the reality of being married to a White woman and parenting three hapa kids. […]

  2. […] Yes, even here in 70% 30% (corrected number, my bad) Asian San Francisco, it happens: people say racist things, here, there, pretty much everywhere.  This is not the first time, not even the worst thing that has been said around or to me because of my Asian-ness: my features, perceived language, driving skills, athletic abilities, my name, “bruce,” or my ability to kick the crap out of someone because I must know martial arts. and so on, and so on.  And don’t get me started on the reality of being married to a White woman and parenting three hapa kids. […]

  3. Race: Are We So Different? At Smithsonian NMNH on September 7, 2013 at 11:38 pm

    […] was also very glad to see there some of Kip Fulbeck’s work from The Hapa Project was included in the exhibit. (I reviewed his book, Mixed: Portraits of Multiracial Kids) Hapa is […]

  4. […] The article highlights, amongst others, the recent Mixed Roots Film & Literary Festival, works by authors such as Heidi Durrow and Danzy Senna, filmmaker Jeff Chiba Stearn’s “One Big Hapa Family” and artist Kip Fulbeck’s traveling exhibition Part Asian/100% Hapa. […]

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