Nikkei Community New Year’s Party
Saturday, January 10, 2015, door opens at 5pm, reception starts at 6pm Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre Event Hall (6688 Southoaks Crescent, Burnaby) Tickets:
Donate to the PSF by Dec 31 for your 2014 tax receipt
Whether you supported us financially, through volunteer hours, or helped spread the word, we thank you for being a member of our community. It means a lot to us that we can count on individuals such as yourself to help keep us relevant, vibrant and community-minded.
Vancouver Taiko Society’s New Work in Progress
Katari Taiko, the first taiko group formed in Canada, is a constantly changing and intensely creative hybrid. On December 6, in celebration of its 35th
Looking for Fundraising Committee Members
We are looking for dynamic, eager and committed new members to join the Society’s Fundraising Committee.
Katari Taiko’s 35th Anniversary Concert at the Vancouver Playhouse
Katari Taiko, the first taiko group formed in Canada, is a constantly changing and intensely creative hybrid of Japanese and Canadian music.
Double your donation on GivingTuesday!
On GivingTuesday, December 2nd, 2014, Acxsys Corporation (the architects of the Interac network) will match online charitable donations made through CanadaHelps.org and paid using Interac Online.
Looking for New Board Members!
We are looking for dynamic, eager and committed new members to join the Board of Directors of Vancouver’s oldest community-run Festival.
18th Annual Vancouver Asian Film Fesival
Powell Street Festival Society is excited to be a community partner to present Man from Reno on November 6 at 7pm at Cineplex Odeon International Village Cinemas.
Parallel Paths: Japanese Diplomacy and Nikkei Heritage – Forum 5 – Redress Movement – 1990s
October 28, 2014 | 7pm Nikkei Place (6888 Southoaks Crescent, Burnaby) vancouver.ca.emb-japan.go.jp Speaker: Art Miki When the Japanese-Canadian community celebrated its centennial year in 1977,
Film Screening: The God of Ramen
The Consulate General of Japan, The Japan Foundation and the Vancouver Public Library present the documentary – The God of Ramen.
Hapa Human Library
Are you curious about issues of identity? Do you like to hear new and intriguing stories? Come to the Nikkei National Museum and sit down with a Human Hapa Book for a one-on-one informal conversation to explore hapa identity.
PARALLEL PATHS: Japanese Diplomacy and Nikkei Heritage
In this final session of the forum series we will look at recent Japanese Canadian experiences and then turn the discussion toward what may lie ahead in the future by asking the question: What can we learn from our shared history?