Andrew Huang’s musical mystique is an exploration. Different environments conjure different personalities, different auras and different sounds. Like a chameleon, he is able to instinctually morph to suit his surrounding, whether it is the soulful rhythm of a heartbreaking ballad … more »
Entertainment evolved from a grand spectacle to a simple click on a screen. With such convenience, Toronto-based playwright David Yee believes theatre is more relevant than ever. The content we choose for ourselves is of immediate interest, but fosters little … more »
Published in 16.2
I AM SETTING UP MY TAPE RECORDER at Melriches, a chic Yaletown café, when a tall, striking woman walks through the door and introduces herself. With her gleaming dark hair, red lipstick, and tailored suit, she could … more »
By Keith Maillard
Published in 17.1
Sailor Moon is the biggest crybaby in shōjo. But we should never underestimate her power.
Girls don’t read comics—that was a truism, a nugget of tried-and-true wisdom. Oh, they might have read a … more »
By Loretta Seto
Published in 16.4
From a dark night of the soul to a play ready to face the world, Valerie Sing Turner has proved that she is here to stay.
VALERIE SING TURNER is a woman of endless … more...
Story and Photos by Alan Woo
Published in 15.4
Alan Woo profiles avid teapot collector Roger Lee.
If you walk into Roger Lee’s home, be prepared to be greeted by three things: a smiling eccentric older gentleman, a giant charging … more »
Read Judy Fong Bates’ interview regarding her prolific journey to discover her family history, beginning from her mother’s escape from tradition of foot binding to her parents’ struggle to maintain their life in Canada. The author of The Year of … more »
By Deanne Beattie
Milton K. Wong is, in person, every bit the leader you might imagine him to be. By reputation, he is known as a quick and resourceful businessman and community leader, and a fervent dragon boat supporter as … more »
Written by Amy Chow
Photos by Melissa Dex Guzman