Expensive studio rent in large cities makes artists come up with creative solutions in both design and concept.
Yoko Ono’s Mend Piece uses shattered ceramics to bring people together in unexpected ways and with unexpected results.
Reflecting past hardships of Canada’s Indian residential school system, Reconciliation Pole is a beacon symbolizing hope and change.
Asian films are gaining critical and audience acclaim, overcoming political and commercial challenges.
What to expect from the current exhibit, Unceded Territories, by artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun at Vancouver’s Museum of Anthropology.
The small Chinatown gallery that’s helping to bring attention to Asian-Canadian artists and their work.
The phasing out of the Canadian Penny brings opportunities for creativity.
Cosplay – the act of dressing up as a character from popular culture – has worldwide popularity.
The future of Hollywood North is at risk.
Seekers International charts his musical influences as his career takes off.
K-pop, or Korean popular music, is making a push into the North American market.
Folk-rocker Jasper Sloan Yip gets set for the release of his third album.
A cinematic mystery uncovered.
Salve Dayao recalls the golden years of Jazz.
The China Canada Gateway for Film Script Competition offers unique opportunity for Canadians.
Chinese snuff bottles are hand-crafted and hand-painted miniature works of art.
World of Wearable Art is an annual event held in New Zealand that encourages designers to create outfits as wearable art.
A better business model: greeting cards made locally
Discovering Japanese indie music.
The art of Japanese crochet: Amigurumi.
Vancouver blogger Elim Chu finds fashion inspiration outside of big-name magazines and on our local Vancity streets
Musicologist Michael Tenzer on his passion for Balinese orchestra.
An ancient art form through a modern lens.
Diana Li’s window displays captivate passers-by.