The Asian Canadian Writers Workshop can trace its origins to the late sixties during the time of the Vietnam War, the Afro-American movement and other Third World minority movements. In Vancouver, the Cultural Revolution in China influenced local politics and … more »
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 … more »
Come chill with us this summer! Join Ricepaper editors, staff and volunteers to celebrate our summer issue!
We’ll have pretty yummy readings by Ricepaper contributors, special artisan bubble tea, brain-freezing trivia questions inspired by our popular Asian Index feature, and … more »
Ricepaper is holding our first writing contest to celebrate our twenty years! We want to celebrate with you and some tasty ramen, so we’re holding a flash fiction writing contest with a special treat —- include the world ‘ramen’. Win … more »
By: Carolyn Nakagawa
The new world
Dear summertime, I don’t know the Musqueam word for strawberry, or if there are buttercups in Japan. For me, you have always been that short July season of reddest, yielding flesh, and the fields … more »
The year George Lucas writes Star Wars: Rough Draft: 1974
The year the Chinese Canadian Writer’s Workshop forms to publish the Gum San Po: 1974
The year the first Star Wars film is released: 1977
The year of
Grab a cocktail and lay on the beach with your Raybans and enjoy the latest issue — our summer issue of Ricepaper magazine.
Profile of Suzanne Ma by Anna Ling Kaye, artist-to-artist profile of Holman Wang by Taylor Brown … 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
Come hang out with us at the Ricepaper booth this weekend Aug 2-3 at the 38th Annual Powell Street Festival. The festival has moved to 500 Alexander Block! We have a booth where you can buy some awesome subscriptions, magazines … more »