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Karen Cho, Filmmaker

Karen Cho was born in Montreal, Canada. She is most known for her compelling and socially-engaged documentaries.

Karen graduated from Concordia University in 2001 with a BFA in Film Production. 999 more words

Do Not Say We Have Nothing

Congratulations to Madeleine Thien, who won Canada’s top literary prize, The Scotiabank Giller Prize for her novel Do Not Say We Have Nothing.

I haven’t actually read the book, so can’t give it a proper review. 194 more words

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Family Stories Live On Through Our Museums - an Article by Todd Wong

The following article was written by Todd Wong for the “Times Colonist” on October 25th. The article was originaly published at the link here: http://www.timescolonist.com/family-stories-live-on-through-our-museums-1.2372544… 1,237 more words

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Living Library Pilot

Living Library Pilot

Date: Thursday, November 3rd, 2016

Time: 6:00pm-7:30pm

Location: UBC Asian Centre, 1871 West Mall

Admission: Free, but please register at Eventbrite… 742 more words

PCHC-MoM Partner Events

Asian Canadians on Lekwungen Territories: Race, Indigeneity, & the Transpacific

Asian Canadians on Lekwungen Territories: Race, Indigeneity, and the Transpacific  Monday, November 7 – Registration Open!

Asian Canadians and First Nations have been interacting in Victoria area for over 150 years, and we want to hear their stories, bitter or sweet. 98 more words

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A Tale for the Time Being

(by guest blogger Molly Kumar)

“…I am a time being. Do you know what a time being is? Well, if you give me a moment, I will tell you. 180 more words

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PCHC Photos from LiterASIAN 2016

PCHC was a partner at LiterASIAN 2016, a festival of Asian-Canadian writing and literature. From an opening panel to workshops, book launches, and a concluding Peking duck dinner, PCHC was proud to support celebrated and emerging Asian-Canadian writers. 37 more words

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