Category: Featured

Remembering Jack Rose

On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Japanese Canadian Redress Settlement By Tatsuo Kage Although he passed away in 2006, Mr. Jack...

A Trip Into the Past

A VISIT TO THE FORMER INTERNMENT SITES IN THE INTERIOR OF BC July 28 To August 1, 2008 This year is the 20th anniversary...

Save the Legacy Sakura Campaign

Outcome, next steps, and reflections On July 21, the Vancouver Parks Board voted to accept a redevelopment plan for Oppenheimer Park which would require...

VANCOUVER ISLAND OBON TOUR 2008

The ‘Obon Tour’ this year was not an ‘Obon Tour’ as such, but rather a weekend of Cemetery Visitations on Vancouver Island. The ‘tour’...

Looking for Aki

I am looking a man by the name of Aki. When my husband, Donato Cianci (he was known as Don then) was a young...

History of The Bulletin Part V

The dream of Redress for Japanese Canadians began to take shape during the 1977 Centennial year when, for the first time since the wartime...

Review: Kessa

Kessa, conceived and choreographed by Ida, is a long-percolating response to his relationship with his grandmother, and his guilt at not having connected with her fully as she lay dying in the family home.

Interview: Harry Aoki

I sat down with Gary Cristall and Harry Aoki last week at Nikkei Place. Gary is writing a book on the history of folk...