The mysterious death of Elisa Lam has been solved according to a documentary that was released in 2021. Through detective work, and with some assistance from internet forums, retired police detectives, coroners, and a forensic neuropsychologist, the Netflix documentary series, … more »
Todd Wong has been blogging about cultural fusion and Asian-Canadian history since 2004. He is active in the literary, arts, and dragon boat communities of Vancouver and is a fifth-generation, Chinese-Canadian, head tax descendant. Known globally as the creator of … more »
Immersion: An Asian Anthology of Love, Fantasy, and Speculative Fiction is a special anthology book project between Ricepaper and Dark Helix Press which is open to submission from February 15, 2018 – December 31, 2018 (extended).
The anthology editors are … more »
The long May evening was tapering to a close when the five speakers took to the front of the gallery at Centre A before a crowd of eager listeners. Crecien Bencio, Carolyn Nakagawa, Jackie Wong, C.E. Gatchalian, and Rita Wong … more »
Lilly Lin is a graduate from UBC with an English Literature major and Asian Language and Culture (Chinese) minor. She was the assistant editor for lePaper and leMook Magazine, and is involved in the Vancouver Taiwanese Film Festival. She hopes … more »
2015 marked the 20th anniversary of Ricepaper magazine. Considered a pioneering periodical devoted to Asian-Canadian writing, the magazine shifted from predominantly arts and culture reporting to the publication of original literature over the years. It has both witnessed and cultivated … more »
Katrina Wong (KVW) returned to Canada, after spending majority of her tender years in Singapore, to attend the University of Victoria, where she completed a BSc Double Major in Biology and English Literature. Somewhere in the gaps between lectures, labs … more »
Karla Comanda is originally from the Philippines. She currently lives and writes in Vancouver, where she pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing at the University of British Columbia.
You’re in the MFA Creative Writing program at UBC. It’s one of … more »
WILLIAM THAM grew up in Malaysia, but currently lives in Vancouver where he writes while awaiting graduation with a BSc in Biochemistry. He has written several short stories about crime, punishment, and travels through the Malaysian peninsula and beyond, and … more »
Leila holds a BA in history from the University of Victoria and an MA in history from Queen’s University. Her research interest lies in exploring how the state creates and maintains racism and gender inequality through labour and law. She’s … more »