Posts Tagged“English”

Otto Tausk, Maestro of the Vancouver Symphony. Photography by Alfonso Armold

As Vancouver continues to mature and evolve, so too do the myriad of entertainment and amusement options available within our West Coast jewel. Like a tired old bumper sticker, the moniker of ‘No-Funcouver’ has burdened this fair city for far too long. Happily, this disparaging label is finally beginning to fray and peel.

By Lisa Manfield

Chinese New Year falls on February 5 this year, and I’ll be doing my part to ring in the lunar new year with millions of other celebrants around the world. Why? Well, for one, I love having the opportunity to partake in new-to-me traditions, food, and festivities. But there is another reason I’m particularly keen to celebrate this year: my Chinese horoscope tells me I’m about to have a pretty good year.

Palladio has long been revered in Vancouver for its originality and design excellence in creating unique, trendsetting jewellery. And with a new showroom recently opened at 900 West Hastings Street, Vancouverites have a greater opportunity to get to know this jeweller’s fine craftsmanship and one-of-a-kind offerings.

When is it too late to become a parent?

By Dr. Anthony Cheung and Dr. Bronwyn Williams

With the advances in medical care that have occurred in the last 100 years people’s life expectancy has increased in developed countries as well as in underdeveloped countries, particularly where there has been impact on the control of infectious disease.

Chinese New Year, Valentine’s Day, Christmas, New Year’s Eve — the parties are lining up, one after another! Who doesn’t want to dress up beautifully and become the brightest star at the ball? In this issue, our chief editor recommends some powerful makeup tools to help you create the perfect, queen-of-the-party look.