Author: John Endo Greenaway

A New Moon Over Tohoku

When Linda Ohama arrived in Onomichi on Children’s Day in May, 1999, camera crew in tow, she was looking for footage for her film,...

The Taste of Home

It was once known as the Powell Street Grounds, later changed to Oppenheimer Park, after Vancouver’s second mayor, David Oppenheimer. Depending on what website...

Digging Deep

When I was young I had little or no interest in Japanese (or Japanese Canadian) history or culture. I knew my mum was Japanese,...

WePress: Community Makerspace gets hands-on in the Downtown Eastside

Having toiled in the printed trade for many years when I was younger it was fascinating to see these two technologies employed side-by-side – one a throwback to an earlier time and the other only a few years old and still-evolving. To my eyes, WePress reflects a new way of looking at the creative process, where new technologies and old are embraced and digital and analog coexist happily.