12.2

Issue 12.2

IN THIS ISSUE

Cover Story

Steph Song
by Annabelle Lucero and Dan Montgomery

Feature

Dadawa
by
 Annabelle Lucero and Dan Montgomery

Olivia Cheng: The Woman Who Couldn’t Forget Iris Chang
by Annabelle Lucero

Profile

Grace Park
by Herman Cheng

J.J. Lee
by Megan Lau

Roy Mah
by Ramona Mar

Keisuke Nagoshi
by Kentaro Ide

Boca Del Lupo
by Alan Woo

Nina Matsumoto
by Jenny Uechi

Karen Tam
by Donna Lee

Miki Nishida
by Angelica LeMinh

Fiction

Kuroshio: Mrs. Miyamoto and the Powell Street Murders (Part 2)
by Terry Watada

Poetry

Dream Song
by Goh Poh Seng

A Drunkard’s Song
by Goh Poh Seng

Full Moon Over Montreal
by Goh Poh Seng

Literary

Prose and People
by Jim Wong-Chu

Kiriyama Prize Finalists Includes Certainty
by Jim Wong-Chu

Theatre

Faith and the Art of Platwrighting
by Marie-Leofeli R. Barlizo

Scene Onstage
by Valerie Sing Turner

Reel News

Coming Attractions
by Jim Wong-Chu

Americanese Gets Summer Release
by Jim Wong-Chu

Foreign Focus
by Sam Lee

Dance

Humor Works in Butoh
by Tim Mah

Music

Gein Wong
by Angelica LeMinh

Mary Ancheta
by Emily Khong

Pop Culture

Susie Bubble, Fashion Queen Designer Ricecookers
by Jenny Uechi

Reviews

A White Man’s Province
by Patricia E. Roy
book review by Jim Wong-Chu

Voice Rising: Asian Canadian Culture Activism
by Xiaoping Li
book review by Jim Wong-Chu

History

Recalling Pioneer Japanese Canadian Editor and Civil Servant 
by John Endo Greenaway (courtesy of The Bulletin)

Pacific Ocean: Interconnectedness: The Story of three Japanese Castaways and a Man Out of the Fur Trade
by Bruce McIntyre Watson

Kogawa House Supporters Receives Heritage Award
by Jim Wong-Chu

Confessions of a Laundryman’s Son
by Elwin Xie