Two fantastic exhibits – showcasing over one hundred woodblock prints from the 1800s from a private collection in Japan are currently on display at the West Vancouver Museum and the… Read more →
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) recently announced that its official opening will take place on September 20, 2014. More than 13 years ago CanWest founder Israel (Izzy) Asper had a vision to build a national human rights museum in Winnipeg.
Many of the words listed have not survived or will in time, but then that’s the nature of language. They are an indicator of the culture at that moment. Whatever happened to the “beat or boom box” for example? Who would’ve predicted the geek would last until today, especially with a positive connotation given its initial meaning?
Ochawan first started at the Toronto NAJC’s Friendship House at 382 Harbord St. People were invited to pick up a simple white rice bowl from the organizers, transform it at home (paint on it, draw on it, even break it and reassemble it), then return it for exhibit and a silent auction
by Masaki Watanabe We’ve been asking you readers to send in what you think are characteristics unique to Japanese Canadians by completing the sentence “You know you’re Japanese Canadian if….”… Read more →
by Eleanor Quirk Arriving from England in 1968 my family first lived a block from Hastings Park, later moving to Steveston. When I came to live in New Denver in… Read more →
Dear all For all of those who have spent many years working towards the creation of Asian Canadian studies at UBC, we are writing to pass on the happy news… Read more →
by Ken Noma President, National Association of Japanese Canadians Vancouver subscribers of The Bulletin will have already have heard through the grapevine that Gary Matson, President of the Greater Vancouver… Read more →
We are aware of an initiative that is underway by the JCCA Human Rights committee in Vancouver to clear the air and bring closure for the victims of our father’s… Read more →
Tsuneko Kokubo will be exhibiting paintings from her Monochromatic Contemplation series at the Roundhouse Exhibition Hall as part of the Vancouver International Dance Festival. The exhibition will run from March … Read more →
On March 15, 2014 the GVJCCA will hold its Annual General Meeting at Nikkei Place from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm in the GVJCCA office at Nikkei Place. We are… Read more →