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I encountered the term firsthand in Hawaii two years ago as I was paying at a register. You look mixed.” I was intrigued to learn more about the origin and use of the term, so I looked it up online and found that hapa actually originated in Hawaii and means “part” or “mixed”.

As for background, my mother was a foreigner, and I was born and bred in the united states.With those looks, two kids would be enough so that I have enough time to get my figure back lest people confuse me for his mother.Then this midget (metaphor) waved at me so I waved back while walking towards my beast. May be he meant centimeters and I missed it out of excitement. He finally caught up with me and because my grandmother taught the art of decency, I stopped running and tried to save face.Here are 12 of those hapas (including me): 1.) Trish, Baltimore, MD Korean/Caucasian As you know from my previous articles, my father is from Oklahoma and my mother is from Korea, so I have acquired quite a taste for both southern cooking AND spicy food!2.) Eddie, Kapolei, HI Korean/Caucasian This is my older brother Eddie.

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