List of contributors to the 2000 issue.
In the year of the dragon, the Mouse announces it will build Disney #5 in Hong Kong. Expected completion: the year of the rooster.
Branded an enemy alien and interned in a Kootenay ghost town, Canadian-born Aya Higashi rose above the injustice.
User-friendly. Asbestos-free. And professionally Feng-Shui-ed. Richmond gets a new city hall.
The pink mouthless cat is considered cute by some, baffling by others.
The Bonsai Way: midget trees aren’t born, they’re made.
The traditional Japanese public bath is being replaced by western-influenced pastimes and modern residential amenities.
Thailand’s domestic elephants struggle to survive in a post-logging economy.
A movement to spread awareness about the biracial experience gains momentum in the U.S., but where’s the scene in Canada?
Muay Thai is an Olympic sport, a business lunch and combat training all in one; plus, you can use your elbows.
Everything you know about this trendy new drink is probably wrong.
Vivid spots of newsy ink from around the Rim: Falun Gon exercises, Immersion students, and the Malaysian Multimedia Super Corridor.
Asian countries take office towers to dizzying new heights.
Animators like Hayao Miyazaki produce sophisticated films for mature audiences.
More and more companies are trying Transcendental Meditation in the workplace to reduce stress and boost productivity.
A good barista keeps her ear to the grounds. She hears things. For instance, the clamouring for Javanese joe, the hottest blend in town.
Restaurant reviews for Gyoza King, Parker Place Mall Food Court, and Thai Away Home.
The Vancouver Art Gallery presents the weird and strangely compelling.
Pacific Rim goes down on the docks with Port Chaplain, Teus Kappers.
It can take five years and a lot of practice to learn how to wear one.
Not everyone likes the cut of these jibs, but the B.C. mariners who build them are clearly hooked on junk.