The Politics of Racism
Access Read The Politics of Racism online Download the free ebook in epub (10 MB) or mobi (10.1 MB) format Explore the Sunahara Collection at NikkeiMuseum.org We gratefully acknowledge the support of Metro Vancouver’s Regional Cultural Project […]
Heritage Minute: Vancouver Asahi
By Historica Canada The following video was created in consultation with the Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre. From 1914-1941, the Vancouver Asahi were one of city’s most dominant amateur […]
Swimming Upstream: Japanese Canadian Struggle for Justice in BC
The following video was created with consultation from the Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre. Swimming Upstream powerfully documents the Japanese Canadians’ case vs the BC government for its policies promoting […]
Sounds Japanese Canadian to Me Podcast
Season 1: 2013-2017 Sounds Japanese Canadian to Me is a monthly podcast hosted by Raymond Nakamura and staff members at the Nikkei National Museum. They sit around a microphone (usually […]
Ask an Elder
Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre hosts hundreds of students each year. They visit us to learn about Japanese culture and Japanese Canadian history and heritage. Many of these students are […]
Taiken: History Mystery Card Game
Taiken: History Mystery is an interactive educational card game about surviving the Japanese Canadian internment. Ready-to-play printed sets are available through our museum shop. Or, you can download the files below to print […]
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Nikkei Favourites: Stories and Recipes from the NNMCC Auxiliary
“The recipes in this book together with the authors’ personal anecdotes have been selected by the Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre Auxiliary Committee members. The foods created by these […]
Nikkei Book Club
Nikkei Book Club ran in 2016 to read and discuss Nikkei literature in person and online. Check out the blog posts with discussion prompts for both books here. April-May 2016Chorus of […]
How to Wear a Kimono
“How to Wear a Kimono”, featuring Yoko Matsuno, by BCIT journalism students Tiana Mohebi and Nikita Nayak. Learn more about kimono with KimonoPlay online game