An ancient art form through a modern lens.
Paper cranes for peace.
Exploring the innovative designs of a hometown legend.
The new nerve centre for musicians in Vancouver.
Book reviews for “Better Living Through Plastic Explosives” by Zsuzsi Gartner and “Ru” by Kim Thuy.
A conversation with Vancouver art-repreneur David Duprey.
Anime and manga trends are growing more than ever as technology continues to progress.
Exposing Japan to new musical experiences from a world away.
Managing the creative vision of local graffiti artists.
Taiga Chiba finds beauty in the unexpected.
Toshi Kawano takes to the slopes of Whistler.
Artist Germaine Koh’s interactive world.
Pod hotels offer the weary traveller a little luxury.
The art of Japanese Zen gardens.
Rare 18th century instruments lent to the Borealis String Quartet.
Displaying diverse styles from one Tokyo district.
Admiring natural and timeless ideals in Japanese furniture.
A profile of Chinatown architect Joe Wai.
A Vancouver artist brings his canvas to life with Asian and Buddhist imagery.
Youngsin Lee explores and challenges the definition of femininity through sculpture.