ジョン・エンドウ・グリーナウェイ

(John Endo Greenaway)

John Endo Greenaway is a graphic designer based out of Port Moody, British Columbia. He is also the editor of The Bulletin: a journal of Japanese Canadian community, history + culture.  

Updated August 2014

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The Tashme Project: The Living Archives

When Julie Tamiko Manning and Matt Miwa first in 2009 as members of the English Theatre acting company at Ottawa’s National Arts Centre, they discovered a commonality in their backgrounds as they began to compare notes. Both are mixed-race Japanese Canadians, and both their families were interned in Tashme,…

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Kayla Isomura: Packing for Unknown Journeys - Part 2

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Do you have any preconceptions walking into this project?

I certainly had some preconceptions before I even posted my first call-out, but I think the sign-up process has changed that. Prior to the first few individuals signing up, I assumed most people in my generation (or who would sign up…

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Kayla Isomura: Packing for Unknown Journeys - Part 1

“CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: Seeking yonsei and gosei in Greater Vancouver and Victoria regions for a photo project in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of redress.”

When Kayla Isomura ran this notice in The Bulletin: a journal of Japanese Canadian community, history + culture and social media ove…

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Alejandro Yoshizawa: Crossing Oceans + Cultures in All Our Father’s Relations

How you identify culturally is almost an internal dialogue with yourself. But an eye-opener for me while making All Our Father’s Relations was how invested the Canadian government was in telling the Grant siblings what their identity was.

In 1920, Hong Tim Hing left his village of Sei Moon in Guangdong…

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Rebel With a Cause: The Doc Nikaido Story

When Dr. Harry Nikaido passed away on November 11, 1975, the town of Bow Island, Alberta lost not only its doctor, but a cherished member of its family. The town’s doctor for 24 years, he worked his way into the hearts of many of the townspeople. He had delivered their babies, mended their wounds, tended th…

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