Welcome to our digital displayJoin RRU Library in celebrating Asian Heritage Month this May. Our highlighted resources explore various facets of Asian heritage in Canada and across the world, with a focus on themes of relevance to the RRU community. Discover Asian voices and representation in popular media, contemporary experiences of anti-Asian racism, climate vulnerability and sustainable development in Asia, and stories of immigration and injustice in B.C. and Canada, including the story of the gardeners who designed Hatley Park's own Japanese gardens.
Climate vulnerability and sustainable development in AsiaView Resources
Contemporary Asian experiences and confronting anti-Asian racismView Resources
Asian voices and representation in popular mediaView Resources
Asian Canadians: Stories of immigration and injusticeView resources
Asian culture, history and the complex relationships between nationsView Resources
From the Archives: The creators of the Japanese gardens at Hatley Park
Two gardeners were responsible for the development of the Japanese gardens at Hatley Park: Isaburo Kishida and Tadashi Noda. Discover their personal storiesView Resources