2000

Aya’s Story

Branded an enemy alien and interned in a Kootenay ghost town, Canadian-born Aya Higashi rose above the injustice. [read more]

It’s a Walt World After All

In the year of the dragon, the Mouse announces it will build Disney #5 in Hong Kong. Expected completion: the year of the rooster. [read more]

Sento Seeps Away

The traditional Japanese public bath is being replaced by western-influenced pastimes and modern residential amenities. [read more]

Palette

Vivid spots of newsy ink from around the Rim: Falun Gon exercises, Immersion students, and the Malaysian Multimedia Super Corridor. [read more]

Losing Ground

Thailand’s domestic elephants struggle to survive in a post-logging economy. [read more]

Anime on the Horizon

Animators like Hayao Miyazaki produce sophisticated films for mature audiences. [read more]

Face to Face with Hapa

A movement to spread awareness about the biracial experience gains momentum in the U.S., but where’s the scene in Canada? [read more]

Boxed Lunch

Muay Thai is an Olympic sport, a business lunch and combat training all in one; plus, you can use your elbows. [read more]

Sustenance

Restaurant reviews for Gyoza King, Parker Place Mall Food Court, and Thai Away Home. [read more]

Indonesian Infusion

A good barista keeps her ear to the grounds. She hears things. For instance, the clamouring for Javanese joe, the hottest blend in town. [read more]

Nirvana Nine to Five

More and more companies are trying Transcendental Meditation in the workplace to reduce stress and boost productivity. [read more]

Qi: The Pulse of Prevention

More and more companies are trying Transcendental Meditation in the workplace to reduce stress and boost productivity. [read more]

Batwings & Bamboo

Not everyone likes the cut of these jibs, but the B.C. mariners who build them are clearly hooked on junk. [read more]