Detail from Amanda Ann-Min Wong's Series "Lest We Remember" and Cheryl Cheung's "Being Western"

Celebrating the 2020-21 Imaging the Asia-Pacific Photo and Video Competition Winners

June 7, 2021

Explore the award-winning works by Amanda Ann-Min Wong, Cheryl Cheung, Melody (Chi Lok) Chan, and Andy Takagi.

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Elderly man smokes pipe in old teahouse in black and white photo

Step into a Century-Old Teahouse: 2019-20 Imaging the Asia Pacific Photo Contest Winners

May 4, 2020

Tranquil Teahouse by Christal Cheng won the grand prize. View the winning images and read the students’ reflections.

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(Dis)Orienting the Asia Pacific

(Dis)Orienting the Asia Pacific

October 11, 2019

Each of our visitors for the 2019-20 speaker series unveils transnational and transregional entanglements and
comparabilities while challenging and in many respects disorienting the conventions and boundaries of
understanding the place of the Asia and the Pacific in the world.

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A breathtaking vista over the Flaming Mountains near Turpan Xinjiang, China

The Perfect View: 2018-19 Imaging the Asia Pacific Photo Contest Winners

September 11, 2019

The Flaming Mountains by Andrew Harris won the grand prize. View the winning images and read the students’ reflections.

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Movement-based artist Eiko Otake poses among concrete tetrapods.


February 8, 2019

The Dr. David Chu Program in Asia-Pacific Studies presented a series of events in spring 2019 including performance by artist Eiko Otake, symposium, and photo exhibits.

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Framed photographs on display at the Richard Charles Lee Canada Hong Kong Library

Imaging the Asia-Pacific Photo Contest Exhibit at Richard Charles Lee Canada Hong Kong Library

December 12, 2018

The winning photographs since 2012-13 were displayed at the library from October 24 to November 21, 2018.

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Sidewalk Glamour

Sidewalk Glamour wins 2017-18 Imaging the Asia Pacific Photo Contest

July 19, 2018

View the winning entries and learn more about the contest.

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Forgotten Man Wins Fifth Annual Imaging the Asia Pacific Photo Contest

May 24, 2017

Bryan Li is the winner of the 2016-17 Imaging the Asia Pacific photo contest for his photo “The Forgotten Man.”

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Three people ride a motorcycle, with a blurred background, in Vietnam. Photo by Timothy Tse.

Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh City Are a Study in Contrasts for Undergraduates

July 22, 2016

With support from the Dr. David Chu Program, students in Contemporary Asian Studies travelled to two Vietnamese cities during Reading Week 2016 to study urban infrastructures.

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Still from Changing Season: On the Masumoto Family Farm

Co-presentation of Changing Season: On the Masumoto Farm at the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival

July 21, 2016

This complex film engages with organic food and farming, social injustices, labour, love, the environment and much more.

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