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Associations / Research Centres
Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada. A think-tank on Canada’s relations with Asia.
- Monthly analysis of topics of importance to Canada's relations with Asia, Asian business cases
- searchable news archives
- publications, statistics, etc.
- Centre for Chinese Research, University of British Columbia
- Chinese Canadian Association Hong Kong
- Chinese Canadian Genealogy Centre. Library and Archives of Canada
- David See-Chai Lam Centre for International Communication
- Centre for Japanese Research, University of British Columbia
- Japanese Association for Canadian Studies
- Japanese Studies Association of Canada
- The Japan Society
National Association of Japanese Canadians
A comprehensive overview of the Japanese community in Canada from its early beginnings to the present. Japanese Canadians Today, Early History, WWII Experience
Directories of WebSites
- Canadian Embassy in Beijing - includes information about trade, development, and Canada/China relations.
- Across the Generations: A history of the Chinese in Canada
- Chinese Cultural Centre of Vancouver
- Canadian Embassy in Tokyo - includes information about trade, development, and Canada/Japan relations.
- JapaneseCanadianHistory.net. Japanese Canadian History and Films
- Japanese Canadian National Museum. Timeline, Bibliography of primary and secondary sources
- Nikkei Place -- The National Nikkei Museum & Heritage Centre's mandate is to promote a better understanding and appreciation by all Canadians of Japanese Canadian culture and heritage; and an awareness by all Canadians of the contribution of Japanese Canadians to Canadian society, through public programs, exhibits, services, publications, public use of the facilities and special events.
- Relocation to Redress: The Internment of the Japanese Canadians - CBC documentary on Japanese Canadians Internment
Movies in Chinese/Japanese
Videos and DVDs (feature and documentary films) can be found in the Library Catalogue. Use Advanced Search and select Audio Visual for Resource Type, then type in some of the Keywords, such as: 'Asian Canadians', or 'Chinese Canadians', or 'Japanese Canadians'.
You can also search for videos and DVDs in Chinese in the 'Advanced Search' mode by using keywords (e.g. china) and specifying 'Chinese' in the Language menu.