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- "Space Fictions" Exhibitions & Artist Talk by Jacqueline Hoang Nguyen and Juan Ortiz-Apuy
- Theatre Passe Muraille presents Same Same But Different by Anita Majumdar
- Royal Ontario Museum's The Forbidden City Opens Saturday March 8
- Becoming Ourselves: How Immigrant Woman Transformed Their World
- “Yinglish/Englishized Cantonese” and Cultural Identities in Hong Kong
- Cultural Translation and Chinese-Canadian Studies Workshop
- The Joy Luck Club
- Steve James Masterclass, Screening & Lab, March 22-23
- Film Screening "Unforgiven"
- The Second City Outreach & Diversity Weekend (and Auditions)
- The Royal Conservatory 2013.14 Concert Season: Uri Mayer with Jae-Won Kim
- The Royal Conservatory 2013.14 Concert Season: Mariko Anraku
Author Archives: Chris Chin
Vancouver-based video artist Paul Wong dropped by the offices for a surprise visit and posed for a pic with Joyce Wong (director of communications) and Sonia Sakamoto-Jog (executive director). He’s here for a family wedding, not for TIFF, but says … Continue reading
Try as I might, I usually end up missing out on most of TIFF. It’s a busy time of year for us at Reel Asian because we’re putting the final touches on our festival programme guide right around the time … Continue reading
Reel Asian and imagineNATIVE are joint community partners for all the films being presented this weekend at TELUS TAIWANfest. Subtitled CROSSOVER: Rise of Indie Nation, this is the Vancouver-based organization’s second year in Toronto. I headed down to the Studio Theatre … Continue reading
My iPhone pic doesn’t really do it justice, but a great crowd came out on Friday night for the Canadian premiere of The Killing of a Chinese Cookie, a light-hearted doc by Japanese American director Derek Shimoda. The film helped kick … Continue reading
Friday night (the 13th! Ooooooo…) was opening night of the 5th Toronto After Dark Film Festival and a big crowd turned out to see The Last Lovecraft, a comedy-horror-buddyflick hybrid. While not one of the festival’s bigger pictures, I thought … Continue reading
The Toronto presentation of the worldwide Bicycle Film Festival includes several films from or co-produced by Japan, where cycling culture (particularly the emerging Japanese cyclocross scene) is being documented on film and digital video. Tweet this!
And look who’s in the front of the line…Asian Canadians! Full story from the Toronto Star (Original photo by Keith Beaty/Toronto Star) Tweet this!