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Professor Philip Howell – HALFIE HOUR INTERVIEW: not really recognising myself as Half Asian

multippl writer Steph Andrews speaks to Philip Howell, a half Malay Professor of Historical Geography in an exclusive HALFIE HOUR interview.

Lars Nootbaar and his Half Japanese Identity Redefining Japanese Baseball

Discover how Lars Nootbaar, the first US-born half Japanese half American baseball player influenced Japanese baseball & cultural perceptions

Too shy to eat my mum’s homemade lunches (bento)

How my multicultural upbringing shaped my tastebuds

Multippl’s Inaugural Event – European Premiere of WHOLE/ホール

On 20 January, multippl's inaugural event took place, the European Premiere of WHOLE/ホール at the Natural History Museum

Are chopsticks the best eating utensil?

The origin of chopsticks and their use in a mixed household

Bowl-cut Bebop: living with my half Asian hair

An in-depth look at growing up with half Asian hair in England

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Emma Raducanu wins second round 6-2, 6-4

The 18 year old showed nerves of steel to steer past the Czech Marketa Vondrousova in straight sets at Wimbledon. Emma, who has a Chinese mother and Romanian father, was born in Canada but moved to London when she was 2 years old. Representing Britain in her first Grand-slam she...

Changing attitudes ‘back home’ towards a mixed Japanese identity

When you think of the Japanese, what do you imagine? For many, a homogenous population comes to mind. Frequently repeated, it's a supposed quality that's time and again pointed to as one base of Japanese culture and a reason behind its strong family ties and low crime rate. Being Japanese...

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Peloton’s Emma Lovewell discusses growing up half Taiwanese

'There were definitely times as a kid that I felt embarrassed about my culture. It’s taken some time but now I love where I come from, and I am especially proud of my mom.'

Meet the mixed Asian athletes competing at the Beijing Winter Olympics

Just like the feature we shared for the delayed Tokyo...

Who is Marcus Smith? England’s half Filipino fly-half prodigy

Find out more about Marcus Smith, the Half Filipino Fly-half prodigy making is 4th cap for England against Australia this Saturday.

Meet Eileen Gu, half Chinese model and skiing star

"Because I grew up with that duality, I can accept differences more easily. I can also shift to adapt to different circumstances."

Portrayal of Mixed Cultural Heritage in Big Hero 6

What Big Hero 6 protagonist Hiro Hamada being half Japanese and half American means to me

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