Cric Crac features bi-lingual stories from Taiwan + more for Asian Heritage Month

Cric Crac features bi-lingual stories from Taiwan + more for Asian Heritage Month


Pauline Wenn shows some of her
family's Indonesian shadow puppets.  She shared that her
son-in-law is Indonesian, when she asked the audience “You may wonder
how a Scottish born storyteller would come to tell and Indonesian folk
tale?”  photo Todd Wong

Storytellers spoke in both Mandarin Chinese and English, as they
shared storyteller duties at the April 23 Cric Crac, organized by the
Vancouver Story Tellers Association.  This was a collaborative
effort with the Taiwanese Cultural Society.  It was a great
experience to listen to each language expressed so eloquently and
expressively by each storyteller.

As well, Leilani also told a Paul Yee story, from his book, Tales from Gold Mountain. 

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