The Burnaby Art Gallery’s exhibition of Anna Wong: A Traveller on Two Roads is a refreshing approach to the Asian Canadian narrative. As the first major retrospective of Canadian artist and master printmaker, Anna Wong (1930-2013), it is long overdue … more »
“Good combination,” Bibik Swee Neo said to herself while fastening her navy blue kebaya sulam with her favourite kerongsang rantai given to her by her late parents as a wedding gift in 1960. Her kerongsang rantai consists of three-linked brooches … more »
Oh, it has its triumphs,
But look at its countless defeats,
And repeat attempts!
— Wislawa Szymborska, “On Death, Without Exaggeration”
The room was dank because the plywood walls were not thick enough to keep Tatay’s house warm. … more »
on the train i see my grandfather | as a young man
10,247 km of water | seven seats away
looking through his reflection | at darkened mountains and doubled stars
ye ye | but that’s not his name
should … more »
i heard from my mother that
i must be a complete person
before i can love.
well, i have been an architect.
i have poured concrete for years,
and i have a brutal building
that looks built to last.
that’s … more »
Boca del Lupo and The Shadbolt Centre for the Arts present Fall Away Home, a modern fairy tale about a young girl who, in an effort to escape her circumstances, falls down a hole and finds herself falling all … more »
Co-presented by Cinevolution Media Arts Society and the City of Richmond, the 3rd Annual Your Kontinent: Richmond International Film & Media Arts Festival is a community-wide celebration of intercultural connectivity and progressive global perspectives through the medium of independent film … more »