Domo arrigato gozaimashita!
Remember that we're financing our feature film, Watermelon Sushi, through the sales of these t-shirts, and we'd like to give credit to anyone who buys them. If you purchase a Hapa*Teez t-shirt, please contact me so I can verify that your name will appear in the rear crawl credit of our film.
Even though the t-shirt theme is about hapa pride, you don't have to be hapa to buy or wear one. And, if you love a hapa (a child, a partner, a friend), there will soon be several new designs made especially for you--thanks to Brian P. for the suggestion. We hapas do love having the support of our friends. Here's that link: http://www.cafepress.com/hapateez
Above, is a photo of the original Watermelon Sushi cast, left to right: Kathy Chung who played Grandmother Kazuko, Grace Rowe who played Michiko, and Coco Nishiyama who played Mama Junko. Aren't they gorgeous?
That's all for tonight. Tomorrow, we tackle more issues of "war brides" and the "One Drop Rule". Join me, then?
Your Hip Hapa,