The Seattle Times | 24 hours in Vancouver, B.C.: A newcomer gets a fascinating glimpse of a complicated city

“When I spoke with Bancroft and co-creator/director Joanna Garfinkel later over the phone, they challenged the notion that Vancouver is a haven of racial harmony.”

Seattle Times travel and outdoors reporter, Crystal Paul, spent 24 hours in Vancouver and joined us for JAPANESE PROBLEM. Read about her Vancouver visit and reflections on our show here.

Seattle Times article by Crystal Paul | posted October 4, 2018

  Actors Yoshie Bancroft, left, and Nicole Yukiko perform in one of the stalls in the barn at Hastings Park where over 8,000 Japanese Canadians were detained in 1942. (Mona Stilwell / Bob Baker)

Actors Yoshie Bancroft, left, and Nicole Yukiko perform in one of the stalls in the barn at Hastings Park where over 8,000 Japanese Canadians were detained in 1942. (Mona Stilwell / Bob Baker)