There’s lots to do in Vancouver’s Chinatown, from street mahjong to Cantonese lessons and checking out the public spaces. Read on for ways to one enjoy of the oldest cultural heritage sites of Vancouver this summer and fall.
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 »
Toronto’s largest film festival is shrinking with age. Earlier this year it had announced plans to reduce its overall program by a fifth by axing some sections and venues. The claim was that slimming down was needed to cut a … more »
I have been spending a lot of time in the garden.
It is surprisingly large despite being confined to an area smaller than a quarter of a city block. Its corridors encircle a central courtyard where a pavilion with a … more »
“Who’s the kid?” the waiter asked, as a young child and an old fellow sat down together at the Pender Café in Vancouver’s Chinatown.
Bill Young responded, “This is my son Henry.”
The waiter looked again, this time in surprise, … more »