When I was young and living above the Panama Cafe, I yearned to go to the Canadian National Exhibition on Labour Day weekend. The CNE was a fabled place of fun, like midway rides, of food, like candy floss, and … more »
There are clouds on the move to
the end of their edges, close
to the end of their own shapes.
Frayed where nothing was ever
woven, they unravel what no one wears.
Despite their large size,
they’re too light to … more »
No one chooses the circumstances they are born into – not their birthplace, ethnicity, socio-economic status, none of these. But that does not stop a dark side of humanity from using what is outside one’s control against them. To combat … more »
On October 17, 2017, a very special event took place in Toronto – A Celebration of Life event was held for Jim Wong-Chu, the founder of the Asian Canadian Writers’ Workshop and Ricepaper Magazine. Although Jim lived in Vancouver, he … more »
Japan, 2017 / 95:00 / English, Japanese with English subtitles /
Canadian Premiere at Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival
Megumi Sasaki’s A Whale Of A Tale documentary was created as a response to the Academy Award winning The Cove… more »