Volume 07 – 2002

Volume 7, No.1, Spring 2002

  • p. 1  “Celebration of Japanese Canadian Redress” by Edward Broadbent
  • p. 2  “Yoshio Johnny Madokoro” by Dennis Madokoro
  • p. 6  “Memoirs of Yukinori Peter Takasaki” as translated by Mayumi Takasaki
  • p. 7  “Jiro Kamiya, Master Carpenter” by Mitsuo Yesaki
  • p. 9  “Still Lingers On: The 60th Anniversary of the Internment. Part I – No Alternative” by Tom I. Tagami
  • p. 13  “Tashme School Days” by Marie Katsuno
  • p. 14  “My Most Vivid Memories of Evacuation” by Midge Ayukawa
  • p. 15  “Watari Dori (A Bird of Passage) by Larry Maekawa
  • p. 19  “JCNM Mochitsuki Report” by Stan Fukawa
  • p. 20  “JCNM New Board Members” by Stan Fukawa

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Volume 7, No.2, Summer 2002

  • p. 1  “A History of the Steveston Judo Club” by Jim Kojima
  • p. 4  “Pilgrimage to Manzo Nagano’s Grave Site” by Stan Fukawa
  • p. 6  “Richmond Tall Ships 2002″ by Harold Steves
  • p. 7  “New Denver Revisited – Commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the Forced Relocation of Japanese Canadians”
  • p. 8  “Nikkei Week 125″
  • p. 8  “University of Victoria Conference”
  • p. 8  “Toyoaki Takata, 1920-2002″ eulogy by Stum Shimizu
  • p. 9  Paul Kariya Heads Pacific Salmon Foundation
  • p. 10  “Angler POW Camp 101″ by Carl Yokota

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Volume 7, No.3, Autumn 2002

  • p.1  “Kendo in Canada, 1900-1950″ by Joseph Svinth
  • p. 3  “Our Living Treasure: Thomas Kunito Shoyama” by Midge Ayukawa
  • p. 4  “Tsuneharu Gonnami” by Mitsuo Yesaki
  • p. 5  “Why Hakujin Can’t Catch Sockeye or a Japanese Canadian Fishing Legacy? by Paul Kariya
  • p. 6  “Home Again (Terminal Island)” by Carl Yokota
  • p. 7  “Spirit of Steveston” by Carl Yokota
  • p. 7  “Galiano Island Vice-Regal Visit” by Stan Fukawa
  • p. 9  “Speaking Notes for Mayne Island Japanese Garden Dedication Ceremony” by Jenji Konishi
  • p. 10  “The NIPPON MARU Visit” by Kelvin Higo
  • p.11  “Japanese Canadian National Museum Members Vote YES on Merger” by Stan Fukawa
  • p. 12  “Still Lingers On: The 60th Anniversary of the Internment. Part II – A Ganbare Family” by Tom I. Tagami
  • p. 18  “My Experiences During the Second World War” by Tamiko Haraga
  • p.20  “Nikkei Week Festivities, 2002″

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Volume 7, No.4, Winter 2002

  • p. 1  “Nikkei Week 125th Anniversary Dinner Address” by Lieutenant-Governor Iona Campagnolo
  • p. 4  “JCNM President’s Report” by Stan Fukawa
  • p. 7  “UVic Conference – Changing Japanese Idenitities in Multicultural Canada” by Stan Fukawa
  • p. 7  “Early Japanese Canadian Community in Tofino” by Midge Ayukawa with Edward Arnet
  • p. 10  “A Nagaya in Vancouver” by Kiyoshi Shimizu
  • p. 11  “Proposed Project for the 50th Anniversary of the Steveston Judo Club” by Alan Sakai
  • p. 12  “A Perfect Gift for the Holidays at the Museum Shop” by Grace Thomson
  • p. 12  “Roy Miki Wins 2002 Governor General’s Award for Poetry”
  • p. 13  “How Long Was Amerika’s Five Years” by Larry Maekawa
  • p. 14  “Memories of East Lillooet” by Larry Maekawa

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