Ricepaper Magazine Issue 20.1

Ricepaper Magazine Issue 20.1

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 focusing on the topic of love. Naoko Kumagai’s Koshien delves into the world...
Call for Submissions: Roots Issue (20.3-Fall 2015)

Call for Submissions: Roots Issue (20.3-Fall 2015)

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 roots that extend over the Pacific ocean as well as...
Ricepaper Magazine Digital

Ricepaper Magazine Digital

Ricepaper Magazine is now available in a digital format! Close at home or across the seas, you can enjoy all the delicious treats inside the pages of Ricepaper! Click Here to see samples of our latest issues and great subscription deals.    
Asian Canadian Writers' Workshop Emerging Writer Award 2015     

Asian Canadian Writers’ Workshop Emerging Writer Award 2015    

ASIAN CANADIAN WRITERS’ WORKSHIP EMERGING WRITER AWARD GUIDELINES 2015—Fiction The ACWW Emerging Writer Award (EWA) was established in 1999 to help authors of Pacific Rim Asian heritage be published with an established publishing house. The winner of the first award was poet, Rita Wong (Monkeypuzzle, published by Press Gang.) Madeleine...
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Win 2 Tickets to Wen Wei Dance "Made In Canada” At Firehall Arts Centre

Win 2 Tickets to Wen Wei Dance “Made In Canada” At Firehall Arts Centre

LIKE us on Facebook and JOIN our Newsletter for a chance to WIN 2 tickets to Wen Wei Dance Made in Canada on FEB 18, 2015

Winner will be announced on Monday Feb 16, 2015.

 

WEN WEI DANCE Premieres more »

Ricepaper Second Serving: David Yee, playwright

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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 »

Wah-Ha-Ha: Great Philosopher Social Media

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This Wah-Ha-Ha was originally published in issue 19.1.

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Hiring – Art Director

Ricepaper magazine is a Canadian magazine which has showcased Asian Canadian literatureculture, 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

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Book Review – Peeling Rambutan

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By Gillian Sze

Gaspereau Press (March 2014)
80 pages, $19.95 (Paperback)

 

REVIEWED BY SHARON MIKI

 

Gillian Sze’s latest collection of poetry, Peeling Rambutan, has been described as a “poetic travelogue”—and it is, in more ways … more »

Ricepaper Second Serving: Denise Chong, writer

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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 »

Ricepaper Magazine’s 400th Post

Ricepaper Magazine’s 400th Post

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 »

Book Review – This One Summer

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By Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki

Groundwood Books (May 6, 2014)
320 Pages, $17.99 (Paperback Graphic Novel)

 

REVIEWED BY ELLIOT CHAN

 

Awago Beach has been a summer sanctuary for Rose and her parents for as … more »

Ricepaper Second Serving: Rick Tae, actor

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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 »

Book Review – For Today I Am a Boy

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by KIM FU

HarperCollins (January 2014)
256 pages, $19.99 (Paperback)

 

REVIEWED BY ERIC WILKINS

 

“But I want to be like you,” I said, grabbing Adele’s knee. “I want to have hair like more »