The nations of the Pacific Rim have a rich history of producing films that are recognized and beloved around the world.
British Columbia takes steps towards reconciliation with Canada’s First Nations peoples by restoring Indigenous place names.
Iquitos, Peru is your gateway to an unforgettable adventure exploring the Amazon’s villages, exotic plants, and animals.
Taproot, Kauai, is a farming community that supplies herbs, spices, and exotic fruits and vegetables to adventurous chefs.
What to expect from the current exhibit, Unceded Territories, by artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun at Vancouver’s Museum of Anthropology.
A cinematic mystery uncovered.
The author of Dim Sum Stories: A Chinatown Childhood provides his view on growing up in Chinatown and the journey that lead him to love his Chinese roots
A war story remembered.
Historic Joy Kogawa House builds community through its writer-in-residence program.
The first Asian player in the NHL.
Discover Indonesia’s most famous volcano, where a yearly festival keeps an ancient legend alive
Uncovering the pivotal role of the Japanese in B.C.’s logging industry.
Hobbyist-turned-historian Robert Critchley reconstructs B.C.’s canning industry.
Paper cranes for peace.
A harrowing escape from Vietnam ends in love.
A brief history of Japanese samurai warriors.
Remnants of the once-powerful Angkor Empire remind us that even powerful empires fall.
Honouring the Asahi’s contribution to Japanese-Canadian history.
The Kumamoto oyster flourishes on North American menus.
Britannia Shipyards saves a piece of our seafaring history.