In Montréal

by Ricepaper Magazine

My impressions of Montréal were a haze of summer memories: Leonard Cohen’s mural just off Boulevard Saint-Laurent, not far from where mourners gathered on his doorstep upon hearing the news of his death; the elegant staircases snaking up the facades more »

Festival Accès Asie

by Allan Cho

Festival Accès Asie, or Montréal Asian Heritage Festival, helped to make Asian Heritage Month in Canada a reality. The Festival is organized around events featuring artists of Asian origins or artists whose work is inspired by Asian arts, and encompasses … more »

Year of the Rabbit

by Jim Wong-Chu

According to the Chinese Lunar Calendar, Chinese New Year happens on February 03 2011 and we are falling under the Year of The Rabbit (My sign in case you’re wondering). Celebrate Chinese New in style at various locations across Canada. … more »

May is Asian Heritage Month. In preparation, Ricepaper staff have compiled a list of the various Asian Heritage Month societies around Canada. If you’re able to, you can skip from province to province in your quest to fill your May … more »