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 »
In the end, the chair has lost its owner.
The chair grinds out bad cells, the wind on the chair
is caught in the throat as it takes one final breath.
Nightmare finally over, never again will the … more »
Oh you daughter of man!
How cold and agonizing it must have been!
How lonely it must have been
to withstand that night
Of dark history that aches to the bone!
Although the sun has risen … more »
Most of us at Ricepaper speak more than one language. Growing up 8,000 miles away from Vancouver, I too speak more than one language. Indonesian is my native tongue, with English as my second language.
In recent years I’m so … more »