Hafu Japanese is a project by Marcia and Natalie, photographing and interviewing mixed race and culture people in Japan and abroad who identify as part Japanese. They are exploring what it means to different people to be "hafu", "double", "mixed", etc. - pick your adjective.
I think Marcia and Natalie are a couple of people facilitating some really productive discussion about being intercultural. There are some very strong, intelligent voices in this conversation.
I was photographed for the project. The next photo exhibition will be held in 2010, but there is a talk and party on September 19th in Omotesando.