17th annual Gung HAGGIS Fat Choy Robbie Burns Chinese New Year Dinner
GUNG HAGGIS FAT CHOY
Robbie Burns Chinese New Year
Celebrating Year of the Horse
Originally, Sunday January 26th, 2014 but is re-scheduled for Sunday March 16, 2014
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This Year of the Horse special event highlights culture sharing between the Chinese and the Aboriginal people. Join VPL for:
Documentary film screenings:
Cedar and Bamboo is a film that explores the rich cross-cultural relations between Chinese and Aboriginal people … more »
Asian Canadian Writers Workshop Society, publisher of Ricepaper is proud to be a community partner at the Vancouver Asian Film Festival. We’re currently giving away 2 FREE Tickets to Innocent Blood, the opening night film on Thursday Nov … more »
Countdown to the literASIAN: A Festival Featuring Asian Canadian authors
The Vancouver Asian Writers’ Workshop (ACWW) is pleased to announce the countdown to its much anticipated inaugural celebration of Asian Canadian writing set for November 21 to 24, 2013 in … more »
The Butter Chicken gang is coming to Surrey!
If you like your comedy with a pinch of ethnic and a hefty dollop of Bollywood spice, you won’t want to miss I Can’t Believe It’s Not Chicken: The “Best Of” Show
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On Monday, October 28th, 2013 at 7:00 p.m, join authors Jane Silcott, Kate Braid, Cathy Stonehouse, and Fiona Tinwei Lam (who contributed to Ricepaper 18.1) for a boundary-pushing evening of discussion and readings about the dynamic … more »
As part of Asian Heritage Month we invite you to an afternoon with a double reading from V6A: Writing in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside (Arsenal Pulp Press: 2012) + Ricepaper Special Aboriginal and Asian Canadian Writers Issue Winter 2012.
V6A is … more »
Globalization: Cultural Disconnects or Shared Destiny?
February 20, 2013 – Vancouver & Richmond | Extremely timely in light of recent backlash against the China-Canada FIPPA agreement and the presence of Chinese miners in Northern BC, the upcoming 4th DocuAsia Forum … more »
Productions Multi-Monde, a Montreal-based company who has created and produced many social and political documentaries, in association with Diffusion Multi-Monde is releasing a new documentary called Être chinois au Québec (Being Chinese in Quebec): A Road Movie. This … more »
When I was 10-years-old my mother enrolled me in kung fu lessons. She was hoping I would develop some valuable characteristics, get some exercise and most importantly have the confidence to protect myself. Choy Li Fut was a form of … more »