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His thesis simply doesn't hold up -- and it ignores the valuable contributions being made by non-white commentators.
Yes, shelter is expensive in Vancouver. And yes, many of the people who are rich and are able to afford a home in Vancouver are from Asia. But neither of those facts has got anything at all to do with ethnicity, and everything to do with economic ideology.
My frequent use of "Chinese" as an ethnic or cultural descriptor has variously resulted in accusations that I am anti-Chinese, pro-Chinese, anti-Canadian, or even anti-Hongkonger. So why mention when someone is (ahem) Chinese to any extent, ethnically, culturally, or by birth?
Immigration experts have described the ease with which thousands of rich arrivals have been deceiving Canadian authorities about the province in which they intend to live, with enforcement of destinat...
Bok choy and barbequed pork may not sound like hospital food, but for one Vancouver institution, that's the case. Saint Joseph's Hospital in East Vancouver is launching a new meal plan, and it's focus...
We want our fair share of Asia's game-changing, economic boom. Yet when Asia shows interest, Vancouverites have a history of responding with what you might call globaphobia.