Treasures from the Nikkei National Museum: Roy Matsui at Angler
Shapes in Between: New retrospective of artist Norman Takeuchi at the Ottawa Art Gallery
Finding Forgiveness: Director Stafford Arima on bringing the award-winning memoir to the stage
Plan 75 finds slivers of light in the darkness
Mindfulness in the city: The language of love
Landscapes of Injustice receives top research award
Mindfulness in the city: Cabbage rolls for comfort
Artists Annie Sumi and Brian Kobayakawa explore family history, identity, and culture through music
Treasures from the Nikkei National Museum: Shuichi Kusaka Memorial Fund Brochure
Behind the mask: Multi-disciplinary artist Miya Turnbull's Inward, Outwards
Founded in 1987 as a vehicle to inform the Nikkei (people of Japanese descent) of the then burgeoning Japanese-Canadian redress movement, Nikkei Voice is a national Japanese-Canadian newspaper that has evolved into an important medium for Japanese Canadian expression and communication. It is published 10 times a year in Toronto by the Board of Directors of Nikkei Research and Education Project of Ontario, and operates as a non-profit organization. Issues are released in 16-page monthly instalments (20 pages in the summer and winter double issues).
Scott Kawaguchi (Chair), Marty Kobayashi, Ann Ashley, Elizabeth Fujita, James Heron and Matthew O’Mara.
Kelly Fleck, Managing Editor
Kelley Tsumura-Luk, Business Manager
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