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Sugar/Islands: Finding Okinawa in Hawai‘i—The Art of Laura Kina and Emily Hanako Momohara

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1. Hackman William R. Out of Sight: The Los Angeles Art Scene of the Sixties . New York: Other Press, 2015.
2. Hauseur Krystal, ed. Sugar/Islands: Finding Okinawa in Hawai’i—The Art of Laura Kina and Emily Hanako Momohara. Exhibition catalogue. Los Angeles: Bear River Press, 2015.
3. Kina Laura, Momohara, Emily Hanako, and Hauseur, Krystal. “Conversation with the Artists.” In Sugar/Islands, 37–40.
4. Machida Margo. “"Re-Imagining Islands: Asia, America, and the Pacific".” In Sugar/Islands, 3035.
5. Mori Darryl. “"Q&A with Sugar/Islands Artist Laura Kina".” Discover Nikkei , 17 July 2015.“Nihon ni totte Okinawa to wa douyuu sonzai ka: [kihon chishiki] Ryukyu kara Nihon he–Okinawa no taddotta michi /(What Kind of Existence is Okanawa to Japan? [Basic Knowledge] From “Ryukyu” to “Japan”—The Path that Okinawa Followed).” Mainichi Newspaper, 14 August 2014.

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