Portfolio/Published Work

Hi there!  This page displays my other blogs as well as some of my other journalism work.   If you like what you see here, as well as my regular GeoMaster posts, feel free to contact me about other writing opportunities (paid, internships, and such).

Non-Geography Work

I am a volunteer blogger for AsAmNews, which features news stories about the Asian American community.  Being half Asian myself and having lived in Japan for almost seven years, this news organization is a perfect fit for discussing my views on Asian American issues.

1. Beyond Casting Controversies: Being an Invisible Hapa    (July 28, 2015)

2. One-sided Biracial TV Families – Why Are So Many Asian Moms MIA? (August 5, 2015)

3. Breaking Interracial Dating Boundaries: Embracing AMWF Couples and Curing Yellow Fever  (August 11, 2015)

4. That’s Not My Name: When Is It OK to Trade Ethnic Names for Easier Lives?  (August 18, 2015)

5. East Side Sushi Defines Cultural Authenticity in a Multicultural Society  (September 19, 2015)

6. Where Do Hapas Fit into the Model Minority Stereotype?  (February 26, 2016)

 

University Work

As a journalist, I have created several multimedia packages, which can be viewed on my YouTube site.

Geo-Journalist

You can view my (outdated) resume and multimedia packages at this site (an html site that I created myself).

Laylita Day: Geo-Journalist

Here are the links to my other blogs.  Both of these were assignments for my journalism classes.  They are both about Japan because I lived there when I was a teenager, and so I know a great deal about it.

This was my second blog.  I created it in 2012, but I continued writing it even after the semester ended because I realized I like blogging!  Eventually though I decided to move on to bigger and better things, namely my current blog GeoMaster!

Like A Native

This was the first blog I ever did, so please forgive the strict news style of it.  I created it in 2011.

Japanland in SoCal

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