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Kintsugi Restored Bowl

Piecing it Together

A traditional Japanese art that restores broken pottery, kintsugi can sometimes mend more than the pieces it puts back together.


Untold Histories

Including Indigenous content and history in BC’s curriculum is a small but necessary step toward healing.


A Window Through Time

A glance back to an image that made the cover of the first issue of Pacific Rim Magazine.

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Film in the Pacific Rim: A Brief History

The nations of the Pacific Rim have a rich history of producing films that are recognized and beloved around the world.

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What’s in a Name

British Columbia takes steps towards reconciliation with Canada’s First Nations peoples by restoring Indigenous place names.

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Down the Amazon

Iquitos, Peru is your gateway to an unforgettable adventure exploring the Amazon’s villages, exotic plants, and animals.

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Grow Your Own

Taproot, Kauai, is a farming community that supplies herbs, spices, and exotic fruits and vegetables to adventurous chefs.

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Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun’s Unceded Territories

What to expect from the current exhibit, Unceded Territories, by artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun at Vancouver’s Museum of Anthropology.

The Lost Kaiju

A cinematic mystery uncovered.

Larry Wong

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

The Minefield and the Monk

A war story remembered.

A Storied House

Historic Joy Kogawa House builds community through its writer-in-residence program.

King Kwong

The first Asian player in the NHL.

The Legend of Mount Bromo

Discover Indonesia’s most famous volcano, where a yearly festival keeps an ancient legend alive

Catch and Preserve

Hobbyist-turned-historian Robert Critchley reconstructs B.C.’s canning industry.

Digging Up the Past

Uncovering the pivotal role of the Japanese in B.C.’s logging industry.

Voyage of Hope

A harrowing escape from Vietnam ends in love.

Sadako and the Thousand Cranes

Paper cranes for peace.


A brief history of Japanese samurai warriors.

Cambodia: Portrait of Faded Power

Remnants of the once-powerful Angkor Empire remind us that even powerful empires fall.

Breaking Barriers Through Baseball

Honouring the Asahi’s contribution to Japanese-Canadian history.

History on the Half-Shell

The Kumamoto oyster flourishes on North American menus.

Rebirth of the Silver Ann

Britannia Shipyards saves a piece of our seafaring history.

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