Translation may be found everywhere we look, but it is paradoxically rarely seen. The many complex ways of translation continually shape our understanding of the world. From world maps, to philosophical treatises to holy scripts, translation since the beginning of … more »
Asian Canadian Writers Workshop
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 »
The following interview took place on June 3, 2014 between Dr. Zhen Liu and Jim Wong-Chu. Liu received her M. Litt degree with her thesis research focus on Alice Munro and her PhD in English Studies from the University of … more »
By Jenny Uechi
Published in 15.4
Jenny Uechi, long time contributor to Ricepaper, chats with Jim Wong-Chu on the early days of Ricepaper and the Asian Canadian Writers’ Workshop.
Jenny Uechi (JU): What were the origins of Ricepaper?
Jim … more »