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Kim Bosco Mo

Blogger, TV Host

Bosco grew up in Hong Kong and lived in Sydney, Australia for more than 15 years before moving to Vancouver in 2011. A bilingual blogger with an IT background, he’s also lived in Singapore, Berlin, Tokyo and Auckland because of study and work.

Bosco has a keen interest in cuisines and food cultures of the world, as well as community affairs, entertainment and travel. He hopes to promote a better understanding of different cultures through the food we eat and to take the message of sustainable food to every corner of the world. Bosco is an ambassador of the SeaChoice program in support of sustainable seafood.

Bosco is one of the hosts of “Leisure Talk,” a Cantonese talk show on Fairchild TV, and also appears on Fairchild Radio as a regular commentator. Besides blogging, his other passion is diving -- “the type where you take a deep breath, tumble-turn a few times and hope that by the time you open your eyes, you are entering the water at the right angle.”
Is Banning Shark Fin An Equitable Way To Protect

Is Banning Shark Fin An Equitable Way To Protect Sharks?

Other fish such as bluefin tuna are also facing the same peril faced by sharks that is caused by overfishing. In fact, bluefin tuna are the most valuable fish in the world, worth commercially more than any species of shark and coveted for their fatty belly meat used in sushi. If the solution to the shark conservation issue is a wholesale ban of shark fin consumption -- regardless of the type of sharks or how they are caught or used -- shouldn't we consider banning tuna in sandwiches and sushi as well? Is the life of a tuna worth less than that of a shark? Will the legislators still advocate a ban to protect a species if it is a food that they eat?
11/18/2012 06:34 EST
Outsider's View Of Proposed Vancouver Georgia Viaduct

Outsider's View Of Proposed Vancouver Georgia Viaduct Demolition

The City of Vancouver has plans to take down the Georgia and Dunsmuir viaducts and transform the area into more green space and housing, as well as improve traffic. It is hard not to compare similar plans in Sydney, Australia where I lived for 15 years before moving here.
11/01/2012 05:24 EDT