In rural areas of Central America, Western medicine can be difficult to come by. A Vancouver woman teaches Guatemalan healers the art of Traditional Chinese Medicine in order to provide an affordable and accessible healthcare option.
For many years the video gaming sphere has often been considered a man’s domain. But with an increase in female players and developers, the industry is shifting its focus to include a larger fan base.
With short recruitment periods and a strict etiquette to follow for young Japanese people looking for work, the job hunt can be a stressful period in their life and can even lead to thoughts of suicide.
Cosplay is gaining popularity as fans looks for ways to meet like-minded individuals. Bob Smylie, father of four and part-time Asgardian god of thunder, talks about conventions, making costumes, and why he likes playing Thor.
Interesting numbers connecting Pacific Rim countries and Canada.
The struggles and strangeness of dating in Vancouver.
Newly qualified Canadian teachers seek employment with international schools.
Vancouver audiences welcome experimental plays by local Japanese theatre companies.
Australian football strengthens sport club culture in Canada.
Like many foreign nannies, Marilou Tuzon looks after other families in order to take care of her own.
The movement to end homelessness in Vancouver.
Young Chinese-Canadians feel torn between two worlds.
International volunteers rescue an abandoned Taiwanese pup.
The promise and problems of Vancouver’s bike-share program.
Old versus new methods of education in China.
Three Vancouverites weave Eastern philosophies into their professional lives.
Increasing the number of international students in Canada without displacing Canadian students.
Older members of the LGBTQ community face unique challenges.
Stephen Sumner shares a simple treatment for phantom limb pain.
The author of Dim Sum Stories: A Chinatown Childhood provides his view on growing up in Chinatown and the journey that lead him to love his Chinese roots
A war story remembered.
One centre’s treatment program offers healing and hope to BC’s cancer patients.
Historic Joy Kogawa House builds community through its writer-in-residence program.
Something old, something new for Vietnamese brides.