Iâll admit it. I didnât start cooking for myself until I was twenty. The most I knew how to make before then was scrambled eggs, and they werenât even good scrambled eggs.
A week after the 2018 Vancouver Asian Film Festival, we take a look back at the rising female presence behind and in front of the camera.
Burnaby boy Kaneyoshi launches his third restaurant, the miso-specialized Ramen Gaoh, in a city craving for authentic food.
After leaving Australia for Canada in pursuit of a career in film, the âMan In the High Castleâ actor reveals that itâs finally an exciting time to be an Asian actor.
Not sure what to watch at #VAFF? Hereâs what weâre excited about at the November festival in Vancouver.
Discovering my Waray ancestry â an older ethnic group from which my maternal grandparents originated.
A three-part series chronicling my journey starting up my business, Brilliant Socks, and my continued recovery from depression.
When the novel Crazy Rich Asians first became a best-seller, I had no interest in it. I didnât read any of the books by Kevin Kwan because I was afraid it would perpetuate the materialistic new money Asian stereotype.
Members of Asian-Canadian sketch comedy troupe, Assaulted Fish, explore humour in grief at this yearâs Vancouver Fringe Festival.
Reactions and reviews have come in from far and wide with Crazy RichÂ Asians. Judging by online sentiment since the movieâs premiere one week ago, the masses have responded…
Having to unpack all the cultural relevance and anticipated representation in Crazy Rich Asians would be as difficult as convincing the storyâs pretentious character Eddie Cheng to shop…
Somewhere between a childhood quest to fit in and a John Maxwell quote, a Founder & CEO finds his personal and professional calling. A Founder & CEO realizes…