Photographer Captures Half-Japanese Faces From 192 Countries in

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A Belgian-Japanese photographer has set foot in Tokyo to capture the faces of fellow half-Japanese people for a novel project that aims to paint a picture of their hafu identity. At first, Tetsuro Miyazaki’s “Hafu2Hafu” project only wanted to interview other hāfu — people whose either parent is Japanese — and learn about identity. “I want people to get some understanding of the complexity of identity when both parents are not from the same country,” the 39-year-old told Japan Today. Miyazaki. A Belgian-Japanese photographer has set foot in Tokyo to capture the faces of fellow half-Japanese people for a novel project that aims to paint a picture of their hafu identity. At first, Tetsuro Miyazaki’s “Hafu2Hafu” project only wanted to interview other hāfu — people whose either parent is Japanese — and learn about identity. “I want people to get some understanding of the complexity of identity when both parents are not from the same country,” the 39-year-old told Japan Today. Miyazaki …. The Voice of Global Asians

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