Bing Yu Jiao in his Chinatown studio apartment: finding connection in a kind of subdued facsimile of home. (Photograph by Felicia Chang)

Seniors in Vancouver’s Chinatown are battling poverty and racism to put food on the table

How a community program is knocking down barriers and feeding seniors

The duck egg definitely comes first

In this new shell game, the chicken egg is supplanted by more exotic offerings


‘Chinatown’ comes back to haunt him

With Roman Polanski’s recent arrest, the 35th anniversary of his classic movie takes on a bizarre resonance


Robert Towne looks back on ‘Chinatown’

“It would be impossible for it to be a mainstream movie today”


I couldn’t possibly comment

Jason Kenney comments, and yet does not comment, on the plight of Toronto grocer David Chen.


Megapundit Extra: Best comment ever?

The somewhat renowned Happy Seven is the latest of Toronto’s Chinatown eateries to fall victim to the business-crippling combination of rodent infestations and cellphone cameras.