Talking the Walk: Reflections on 360 Riot Walk is a series of free online panel discussions using 360 Riot Walk as an entry point to explore the history of anti-Asian violence and white supremacy in Vancouver.
An Embodied Experience of History
In the first of three panels, former participants from the guided walking tours share insight into their embodied experience of using Virtual Reality technology to invoke site-specific histories. With Sue Shon, Kathryn A. Bannai, Debbie Cheung, facilitated by Adiba Muzaffar.
The Complexity and Nuance of Cultural Translation
In the second of three panels, translators for the Punjabi, Chinese and Japanese versions of the project address the power and subtleties of language and the challenges they encountered in translating the script of 360 Riot Walk. With Catherine Chan, Yurie Hoyoyon, Masha Kaur, facilitated by Henry Tsang.
What’s At Stake
In the third and final panel of the series, contributing writers to the 360 Riot Walk website speak to a breadth of significant issues and events that led to, and resulted from the 1907 riots. With Angela May, Michael Barnholden, Melody Ma, Paul Englesberg, facilitated by Henry Tsang.