Kitsilano is saturated with coffee shops. Liza Wajong counts five in the vicinity of her unassuming cafe. The interior of Nusa Coffee is warm despite the November chill, rich with the smell of roasting beans and light delicacies. Tucked around … more »
Three weeks passed since the Keurig machine stopped talking.
“A Keurig? Thanks, I guess.”
“You’re so busy with your work I doubt you find time for decent coffee,” my mom said.
I happened to work next to a couple … more »
We’ve added music to our show! By the way, in part 4, the foursome talk Singapore as a place to be seen, a bunch of really inspiring art featured at the Biennale ending Feb. 17, and why Ricepaper and organizations… more »
A stroll along the south end of Vancouver’s Main Street reveals a story of migration. Brightly-coloured saris hang in shop windows, gold-threaded embroidery glimmering in the rare moments of Vancouver’s sunshine. By textiles alone, you can see the thriving, healthy … more »
This is the first in a short series of articles based on William Tham’s experiences traveling in Indonesia, starting in Jakarta and ending at the Ijen Crater on its far east.
During Ramadan the pace of life on the islands … more »