I came to Canada four and a half years ago to study, a few months after my eighteenth birthday. It’s an age where my views of the world and my surroundings have yet to develop like it would in university. … more »
Most of us at Ricepaper speak more than one language. Growing up 8,000 miles away from Vancouver, I too speak more than one language. Indonesian is my native tongue, with English as my second language.
In recent years I’m so … more »
Documentary film screenings:
Cedar and Bamboo is a film that explores the rich cross-cultural relations between Chinese and Aboriginal people … more »...
Kim Fu’s short fiction “Mercury Messenger of the Gods” appeared in Ricepaper 18.1. Check out her Maisonneuve piece on growing up Chinese in Canada!
Tractor Trails by Danielle Thien. An excerpt. Published in Ricepaper 18.1, Summer 2013.
In the Arctic Circle, at a latitude of sixty-six degrees and thirty-three minutes, traces of human existence are scant. Perhaps once every two hours a … more »
A Field Survey is a show by Jimmy Liang, a Vancouver-based painter. It is presented at Yactac Gallery from December 13 to 20, 2013. The show ” evokes an intimate narrative with an empathetic objectivity in order to explore the … more »
My Mother Hums Fado When No One is Listening by Ann Shin. An excerpt. Published in Ricepaper 18.2, Fall 2013
A profile of Janie Chang by Elliot Chan. An excerpt.
Published in Ricepaper 18.1, Summer 2013
Greystone Press, Mar. 2012,
224 pages, $22.95 (Paperback)
Reviewed by Elliot Chan.
Published in Ricepaper 18.1, Summer 2013.
In the outset of Kevin Chong’s memoir My Year of the Racehorse, he did … more »