Once soldiers on opposite sides, now neighbours: D.I. Lee’s new documentary

War veterans from all over the world have chosen to start new lives in Canada. Many of them fought against each other, but now they live in the same neighbourhoods—but how do they feel about each other? Director D.I. Lee uses the prism of his own experience serving in the South Korean army for his new upcoming documentary, No Longer Enemies, Not Yet Friends.

View More Once soldiers on opposite sides, now neighbours: D.I. Lee’s new documentary

Lessons of War: Colombian Diaspora Add Their Voices to Truth Commission

Colombians who fled war are sharing their experiences through an independent commission that aims to develop a historical record of Latin America’s longest conflict from interviews with victims and those who took up arms.

View More Lessons of War: Colombian Diaspora Add Their Voices to Truth Commission

“Rumble in the Jungle” Remembers Chinese-Canadian Militants

A new exhibit at a Vancouver museum is exploring the experiences of a lesser-known group of combatants in the Second World War, who were major contributors to Chinese-Canadian civil rights, according to experts. The Chinese…

View More “Rumble in the Jungle” Remembers Chinese-Canadian Militants