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Mio's Wish Growing Up Biracial in Japan

A project in Tokyo, Japan by Kinota Braithwaite

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A children's picture book about a Japanese and African Canadian girl who wishes for acceptance in a homogeneous Japanese society.
Backers: 31
Average Pledge Per Backer: ¥5160

Funded: ¥159,959 of ¥90,000
Dates: Oct 11th -> Nov 10th (31 days)
Project By: Kinota Braithwaite
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October 25th - via:
Thank you everyone for your support so far. Everything is running smoothly and on schedule. The English version of the book is completed. I have just received the final Japanese translation of the book and we are working on the formatting of the... (Read More)

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October 17th - via:
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