No one chooses the circumstances they are born into – not their birthplace, ethnicity, socio-economic status, none of these. But that does not stop a dark side of humanity from using what is outside one’s control against them. To combat … more »
Seoul is a vibrant city that has attracted people from all over the world including this writer. In my time there, I realized the “globalization” I always heard about in Canada (people moving to the “west”) was only a part … more »
In this last episode of the Post-Travel Show series, Gavin, William, Jacob and Vincent explore bits of Taipei, city like no other – find out why!
Scroll down and follow along with the photos. For all the Post-Travel Show episodes, … more »
As one of the largest economies in the world, for years now people have been going to Korea for “WITS” – Work, Investment, Travel or Studies. The country has become a magnet of migration like Canada which has now had … more »
Although in its fifth year and possessing deep connections within the international film-making community, many Vancouverites may not be familiar with the Vancouver Golden Panda International Film Festival (GPIFF). Historically, the event was held as a film competition with … more »
Asian Canadian, Asian Australian. We often think of identifiers like these in largely national terms. But many similar cultural and historical experiences bind us that have given rise to a more global identity. In this borderless hyphen-nation, we enjoy consuming … more »