12.1

Issue 12.1

IN THIS ISSUE

Cover Story

Tommy Chong
by Alexis Kienlen

Feature

More than Meets the Eye: the Art of Katsumi Kimoto
by Natasha Kanji and Jenny Uechi

Gorgeous George: the Rise of a Canadian R&B Star
by Jenny Uechi

“The Whole Truth and Nothing But the Truth”
by Emily Khong

Romeo Candido’s Ang Pamana: The Inheritance
by Annabelle Lucero

Under the Mongolian Sky
by Alexis Kienlen

Profile

Byron Mann
by Don Montgomery

Tzi Ma
by Don Montgomery

Richard Wong
by PJ. Lee

Peter Chin
by Alexis Kienlen

Janet Lumb
by Angelica LeMinh

Fiction

Kuroshio: Mrs. Miyamoto and the Powell Street Murders
by Terry Watada

Poetry

Tropical Storm
by Terry Watada

O-Ame
by Terry Watada

Literary

Prose and Poetry
by Terry Watada

Theatre

Scene Onstage
by Valerie Sing Turner

Reel News

Coming Attractions

Hollywood Sees Green in Yellow
by Jim Wong-Chu

Bruce Lee Still Lives!
by Jim Wong-Chu

Fear Not, Jet Li Fans
by Jim Wong-Chu

“All Grown Up” Reel Asian Part X
by Sam Lee

Dance

New Steps
by Tim Mah

Fashion

Denyc Poole
by Zenaida Kwong

Media

Colour TV
by Krysten Casumpang

Pop Culture

Nerds, Pirates, and the Princes of J-Pop
by Jenny Uechi

Reviews

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift 
directed by Justin Lin
film review by Jonathan Lin

Shortbus
directed by John Cameron Mitchell
film review by Amy Chow

Douglas Jung Documentary
directed by Wesley Lowe
review by Jim Wong-Chu

Nothing but the Truth (and  a Few White Lies)
by Justina Chen Headley
book review by Alexis Kienlen 

The Mystery of the Graffiti Ghoul
by Marty Chan
book review by Alexis Kienlen 

Dried Tangerine Skin
by May Chan
book  review by Alexis Kienlen 

Mothertalk: Life Stories of Mary Kiyoshi Kiyooka
compiled by Roy Kiyooka; edited by Daphne Marlatt
book review by Alexis Kienlen  

Our History is Still Being Written: The Story of Three Chinese Cuban Generals in the Cuban Revolution
by Armando Choy, Gustavo Chui, and Moéis Sio Wong
book review by Trev Sue-A-Quan 

Diaspora

Yin and Yan in Mazatlán
by May Q. Wong

History

Asian Canadians Not Going Green
by Jim Wong-Chu