Lazo, a year-old Mexican-Irish American, was motivated by loyalty and outrage at the internment of his friends. He became the only known non-spouse, non-Japanese who voluntarily relocated to Manzanar. He was legendary, winning the hearts of everyone at Manzanar, and it was hard to ignore such a powerful and enduring character. It recreates the period after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor on Dec.
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The sponge cake is drenched in symbolic meaning. This is the first in a series of stories exploring the rich diversity of Christmastime edibles around the world, and the stories behind the food. Only about 1 percent of the Japanese population is Christian. But you might not realize that if you visited a major metropolitan area during Christmastime. Just as in America, you'll find heads topped with red Santa hats everywhere and elaborate seasonal displays: train sets, mountain scenes and snow-covered trees. Often, these are set inside bakeries hawking one of the highlights of the holiday season in Japan: Christmas cake. The dessert is a type of sponge cake, covered with snow-white whipped cream and topped with perfectly shaped, ruby red strawberries.
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The term picture bride refers to the practice in the early 20th century of immigrant workers chiefly Japanese , Okinawan , and Korean in Hawaii and the West Coast of the United States and Canada selecting brides from their native countries via a matchmaker , who paired bride and groom using only photographs and family recommendations of the possible candidates. This is an abbreviated form of the traditional matchmaking process and is similar in a number of ways to the concept of the mail-order bride. In the late 19th century, Japanese, Okinawan, and Korean men traveled to Hawaii as cheap labor to work on the sugarcane plantations. In Hawaii, the plantation owners also wanted to see the laborers get married.