List of contributors to the 1999 issue.
The late Japanese film director’s name is obscure to some, but his movies inspired the likes of Spielberg, Scorsese, and Coppola.
Before it became popular with hikers, the Ship’s Graveyard was notorious for its maritime disasters.
When the eastern U.S. market dried up for the province’s forest industry, B.C.’s wood producers found a market farther east: the Far East.
Reptiles as curios, food, pets, and aphrodisiacs. No wonder the black market reptile trade is third only to weapons and drugs.
Asian Canadian authors write their way to recognition.
A local fashion designer is reaping the benefits of what she has sewn.
Snowboarders Lori Glazier and Derek Heidt talk about their emotional roller-coaster ride in Nagano.
What’s for lunch or dinner? Three restaurant reviews to whet your appetite.
The Chinese have extolled its nutritional and therapeutic effects for centuries. Now, Westerners are learning how tea enhances comfort and health.
Party like Bill Gates with expert advice from überhostess Pat Rekert and caterer extraordinaire Lesley Stowe.
The NHL scores big on Japanese ice with the first-ever regular season games played outside of North America.
A museum opens to honour Chinese Canadian veterans who fought for social acceptance.
After more than 2,000 years, Sun-Tzu’s The Art of War may be the most influential book on resolving conflicts in the business world today.
The Island School of Building Arts teaches how to build houses using modular posts and beams and recycled materials.
A year after Suharto’s resignation, the fate of East Timor still hangs in the balance.
An alternative to the French Immersion Program is opening new doors in second language education.