Print Send Add Share. Notes Abstract: My work is about the first two generations of Chinese and Japanese Americans who married whites in the U. West between and It was a time when interracial marriage was illegal in most of the states. From two major archival sources?
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They call international marriage in Japan; Kokusai Kekkon. These are marriages between the Japanese and non-Japanese spouses; mainly Koreans, Chinese, and Americans. When Americans occupied Japan between and , thousands of American servicemen married Japanese women during this period. There had been great fascination with Japanese women by American men from the onset. By the year , the number of interracial marriages was estimated to be between and Interracial romance is therefore not a new thing to the Japanese. Today, the frequency in interracial and intercultural marriages has increased rapidly with some changes: The rate of Japanese men marrying non-Japanese spouses has increased ten fold. The spouses come from all over the world.
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