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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...
Call for Submission Issue 20.2: Deadline March 15, 2015

Call for Submission Issue 20.2: Deadline March 15, 2015

Publication Date: Summer 2015 Submission deadline: March 15, 2015 Are you passionate about literature? Do you want to contribute and be a part of your local arts community and join our 20-year legacy? Do you identify with the Pacific Rim Asian diaspora and Canadian culture? Ricepaper wants to publish your...
Ricepaper Magazine Issue 19.4

Ricepaper Magazine Issue 19.4

Take a stand! That’s what Ricepaper Magazine is all about. For almost two decades, our publication has been a platform, nay a community, for those who have a voice to speak and a pen to write. Whether the message concerns political injustice or cultural misrepresentation, we will make every effort possible to...
Tired of the Bar Scene? Go to a 24-Hour Bookstore

Tired of the Bar Scene? Go to a 24-Hour Bookstore

I’ve never been much of a late night barhopping kind of guy; give me a nice book any day of the week—even weekends. And in Taipei, Taiwan, that is exactly how many people feel as well. The Eslite Xinyi Store, a 24-hour five-story bookstore, is a haven for bookworms and...
Photo-poetics/Photo-politics: Visualizing Social Transformation

Photo-poetics/Photo-politics: Visualizing Social Transformation

Jim Wong-Chu: Photographs 1973–1981: People, Place, Politics Vancouver Chinatown has changed dramatically over the years, and it continues to. Wong-Chu’s photographs offer a glimpse back to a time when Pender East Street was bustling with stores, people of different background were establishing a community, and activists of all sorts were...
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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 »

Ricepaper Second Serving: Ed Ou, photographer

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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 – The Age

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By Nancy Lee

McClelland & Stewart (March 2014)
281 pages, $22.95 (Paperback)

REVIEWED BY BRYCE TARLING

 

Nancy Lee, in her new novel The Age, takes us through a relentless exploration of adolescence and uncertainty. It begins … more »

Ricepaper Second Serving: Wayson Choy, 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 »

The Asian Index - Malaysia, Olympics, and Yao Ming - 19.2

The Asian Index – Malaysia, Olympics, and Yao Ming – 19.2

Malaysia 

The height of the longest waterfall in Canada (Alfred Creek Falls): 700 m
The height of the longest waterfall in Malaysia (Kadamaian Falls): 700 m

The year Malaysia achieved independence from Britain: 1957
The year White Rock seceded from … more »

Book Review – Sinuous

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by LYDIA KWA

Turnstone Press (September 26 2013)
128 pages, $17 (Paperback)

REVIEWED BY LUCY NG

 

Vancouver psychologist and writer/poet Lydia Kwa’s second collection of poetry sinuous charts the geographical and psychological territory of the lost, the alienated, … more »