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July 28, 2014
It was a quiet morning when we met our guide, Stephanie, at the Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden in Vancouver’s Chinatown. The neighborhood was still sleepy, the big boxes of showy produce and dried lizards not yet lining the sidewalks. This meant we had the free side of the Chinese garden mostly to ourselves. (The Garden has a paid entry side too, and you should absolutely go back and see that, it’s beautiful, and worth it.) It was in the gardens where got an introduction to Chinatown history.
June 5, 2014
Summertime in the majority of Canada is the best time to visit, the weather is nice, the streets are alive with people, the produce is fresh and Canadians are all around happier and nicer in the summer. Vancouver is definitely at its best this time of year, there is less rain in the summer in Vancouver than almost every other city in the country, the temperature averages around 77°F (25°C) and there are so many activities for you to do and things to enjoy.
April 16, 2014
Why visit Vancouver’s Gastown neighborhood? Not only is it one of the oldest parts of the city, but it’s also home to some of the most eclectic and delicious dining rooms in town. Here are our top tips for where to eat in Gastown in Vancouver. PiDGiN Born in Winnipeg to parents who opened that […]
February 12, 2014
Wondering how to eat well in Vancouver? Eat locally, explore the city’s Asian cuisine, and save room for sweets. Vancouver’s West Coast location means great local seafood – salmon, oysters, crab, and halibut, among others – as well as a range of fruits and vegetables raised nearby. One local greens producer even grows their leafy […]
January 24, 2014
Ready to welcome the Year of the Horse? With one of North America’s largest Chinese communities, Vancouver is an excellent place to celebrate the Lunar New Year. Here’s the scoop on things to do during Chinese New Year in Vancouver in 2014. Vancouver Chinatown Parade More than 50,000 spectators typically turn out to watch the […]