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Biculturalism

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Rie Tada

on 14 January 2016

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Transcript of Biculturalism

Who am I?
school in the states...
living in the US for 5 years....I started to feel and wanted to be "American". Why couldn't I be American? No American name? Middle name? Why did I even have to go to "Japanese school"?
but I am Japanese
for others, I do look Japanese, I am Japanese, therefore, I had to be Japanese...
back in Japan...
despite the feeling that I wanted to return to the states....I had to assimilate back to my home country....
born in Japan....
<international day event at elementary school>
<college graduation>
I am who I am.
Proud to be a Japanese. Proud to "feel" American. Bilingual and bicultural, I am who I am. I am not choosing one. I am both.
<International Day @ NPS>
<NPS Graduation>
Rie Tada / TFL Japanese
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