Celebrate diversity with our Asian Cultural Dolls series
Give your child the gift of connection with their culture through our diverse and authentic Asian dolls. Designed to combat anti-Asian racism and colorism while fostering inclusion and diversity, our dolls are suitable for children of all backgrounds.
A Joeydoll is more than just a toy; it’s a lifelong friend that grows with your child, providing endless comfort and joy. Our dolls are lovingly crafted with safety in mind, making them soft and cuddly for even the youngest of children to enjoy worry-free.
Why Choose a Joeydoll?
• Culturally accurate attire for educational & fun creative play
• Play-Safe for All Ages
• Soft and cuddly to provide comfort for young children
• Designed to foster self-confidence and belonging while embracing diversity and inclusion
• Gold Recipient of the prestigious Mom’s Choice Awards®
Our Joeydolls Chinese Doll is dressed in her red and gold cheongsam/qipao. Red symbolizes good fortune and joy and gold symbolizes wealth and prosperity. She also has matching red and gold shoes.
Our Joeydolls Filipina Doll wears a gorgeous floral Filipiniana dress, a beautiful Sampaguita (the Philippines’ national flower) adorned in her hair and wooden bakya shoes (wooden clogs).
Our Joeydolls Vietnamese Doll is dressed in her floral ao dai – the traditional dress of Vietnam that consists of a long tunic with wide trousers and a matching traditional headband. Her bright, colorful and traditional ao dai will bring a smile to your face and a new cultural experience to your play.
Our Joeydolls Japanese Doll wears a red Yukata Kimono with a gorgeous pink blossom pattern, a sheer yellow Obi, her adoring pink Kanzashi, and traditional Geta footwear.
Our Joeydolls Indian Doll is dressed in her gold choli and matching waist belt, gold bangles, gold earrings, gold tikka, pink dupatta and a beautiful pink lehenga skirt (with gold motif detailing!)
Cultural differences should not separate us from each other, but rather cultural diversity brings a collective strength that can benefit all of humanity.
One of the greatest regrets in life is being what others would want you to be, rather than being yourself
Because true belonging only happens when we present our authentic, imperfect selves to the world, our sense of belonging can never be greater than our level of self-acceptance