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Asian Canadian Writers’ Workshop (ACWW)

Being published for the first time is a challenge, especially since the odds are so sharply stacked against emerging writers. This was the case for several young Asian Canadian writers primarily living in Vancouver as the shift to multiculturalism began … more »

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2015 marks the 20th anniversary of Ricepaper magazine, a pioneering periodical devoted to Asian-Canadian writing. Over the years, Ricepaper’s focus has shifted from predominantly arts and culture reporting to the publication of original literature; as such, it has both witnessed … more »

By Stephanie Fung

Truth-teller, crusader, hard-nosed writer: as the Globe and Mail’s star reporter for twenty years, Jan Wong had always seen herself as a voice for the voiceless, speaking for those who couldn’t speak for themselves.  Writing had been … more »

Did you catch Ray Hsu’s cultural workshop at Word on the Street? Ray Hsu is a board member of the Asian Canadian Writers’ Workshop, as well as a professor at UBC’s Creative Writing Department.

If you didn’t have the opportunity … more »

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