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Japayuki Filipina Entertainers

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Memories of the Met
It also had to rent out office space even to recruitment agencies sending japayuki—euphemistically called “cultural entertainers”— to Japan. It was bizarre seeing classical musicians mixing with japayuki applicants, whose audition music ...
Released from shackles: A Filipina's story
Unfortunately, the idea of Japan and the working Filipina has been transformed in the public's perception as a single cursed tragic figure — the Japayuki, the shunned sex worker. Kyla is one of the thousands of Filipinos ...
When Cultural Norms are Thicker than Blood
Migration and intermarriage through generations have resulted in Filipino-Japanese children or JFC who are now part of local history. ...
Child rights and WCST
Remember the era of the “japayuki,” when many young Filipino women were going off to Japan to work as entertainers? When that was happening, I actually heard parents, and, at one time, a grandmother, talking about how they push their daughters to study ...
Kapampangan culture reaches Japan
According to Pangilinan Japanese culture may be quite confusing and even frustrating to the current Filipino generation who grew up in this “wannabe-American Manila-based mainstream Wowowee-Eat Bulaga culture.

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