Cathi Atmadjaja

Cathi Atmadjaja completed her MA from SFU in International Studies: Psycholinguistics, and is a graduate student at UBC, aiming towards a MSc in Speech Language Pathology and being clinically certified from CASLPA. She currently works as a Behavioural Interventionist for autistic children and, having lived abroad in Jakarta, Los Angeles, Nice, Heidelberg, Yokohama and most recently Taipei, has distilled a socio-cultural fragment of each country within her.

Stefan Jackiw's role model is Yo Yo Ma

Violin prodigy Stefan Jackiw brings his exceptional talent to the Pacific Northwest this summer

Abbotsford, Mission and Chilliwack residents align around common goal: defeating the HST

On two small tables located close to the intersection of McMillan and Old Yale Road, you’ll find the anti-HST petition sheets for Abbotsford, Mission and Chilliwack. A group meets there each...

House of Dosas satisfies 24 hours a day

“If McDonald’s and Denny’s can be open for 24 hours, so can we,” says House of Dosas owner Rajakumar Muttavanchery. After finishing a twenty-four hour shift, Muttavanchery takes the time to reminisce...

At Vancouver's first De-Growth Conference, speakers conclude that "sustainable growth" is an oxymoron

Speakers at a conference for North America’s first “De-growth Vancouver” stressed over the last two days that the world’s resource depletion is spiraling and that it is complete idiocy to believe...

Vuong-Riddick Explores History in her New Book, The Evergreen Country: A Memoir of Vietnam

Vancouver's Thuong Vuong-Riddick was born in Hanoi, but educated in Montreal and France with a BA in Philosophy and Literature. She is the author of the book, "The Evergreen Country: A Memoir of...

The art of drinking beer

Meet Labatt.  They bring you great beer, but what makes a beer great? It’s not as simple as beer's four ingredients: hops, water, yeast, and malted barley. It's also about the handling and...

Panelists Decry Signs of Racism in Opening Ceremonies of 2010 Olympic Games

Panelists called for an end to racism. “Visible minorities are increasing and a recent report out suggests that Vancouver, which has roughly 42 percent of visible minorities, is going to see that numb

Small, Real Risk of Pill Subject to Lawsuit

In October 2007, 22-year-old Lisa collapsed on her apartment floor. The young girl remained unconscious until her father found her and rushed her to a nearby hospital. Lisa didn't remember the...

Clean Up of LiveCity Site at David Lam Park Underway

The City will sod and restore hills in an effort to bring David Lam Park back to its pre-Olympic state.

Views of Vancouver's 2010 Games

Were the Olympics worth it for Vancouver?  The morning-after effects of the 17-day events have funneled our city into a blend of anxiety about the legacy of Vancouver 2010, hope for a tourism...