We are happy to announce that Doretta Lau, finalist for the Writers’ Trust of Canada / McClelland & Stewart Journey Prize and author of How Does a Single Blade of Grass Thank the Sun?, will be the official judge … more »
Spring is here and so is Ricepaper’s latest issue. We are celebrating our 20th volume by sharing our love for all our readers, friends, and community members.
In this issue, you’ll find a delightful variety of prose, poetry, and graphica … more »
What are your roots?
In partnership with the Pacific Canada Heritage Centre – Museum of Migration Society, Ricepaper Magazine is creating a special issue devoted to the concept of roots, to be published Fall 2015. Canada is a country with … more »
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 »
By Eric Wilkins
Odessa, Ukraine; Yokohama, Japan; Edinburgh, Scotland; Guangzhou, China; and Los Angeles, United States. Upon first glance, seemingly the only commonality shared amongst these cities is the utter randomness with which they have been mentioned. However, despite each … more »
Ricepaper magazine is a Canadian magazine which has showcased Asian Canadian literature, culture, and the arts since 1994.
We are an active volunteer driven non-profit organization that is proud of the talented and creative people who have passed… more »
This is Ricepaper Magazine’s 400th blog post, and such a milestone is worth celebrating!
Let’s take a quick look back at some of our website’s most intriguing and insightful pieces. Here are a few of our favourites. Check them out!… more »
For two decades, Ricepaper Magazine published profiles, Q&A, and interviews from some of the most prominent artists, scribes, and influencers in the Asian Canadian community. The Ricepaper Second Serving series offer readers a chance to look back at our history … more »