World

Why China should still care about a restive Arab World: The SinoFile

There are plenty of Bouazizi's in Beijing.

Egypt teeters between winning back revolution and total chaos

With so many factions bumping elbows on the streets of Cairo, can Egyptian youth take back their revolution?

Li Keqiang's visit to migrant laborer home goes bottom's up: The SinoFile

Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang overlooks a little 'wardrobe malfunction.'

BC youth use their skills to promote social and environmental change around the world

BC youth’s leadership and creativity in creating social, economic, and environmental change globally is highlighted by the BC Council for International Cooperation (BCCIC) as part of International...

Labour disputes like HD Mining could cost BC residents: SinfoFile

But not if one BC First Nation has anything to say about it.
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Massoud Hayoun and The Vancouver Observer launch first all-original Chinese news stream in city

The Vancouver Observer's World Affairs Editor dives deeply into stories about China relevant to a Vancouver audience.

What HD Mining dispute says about Chinese labour: The SinoFile

The boiling discourse on the Chinese hires in a Canadian coal mining project shouldn't only be a South-Park-style 'They took our jobs.'

From Vancouver to Beijing, Chinese pop music betrays infinite love sickness

Too many gushing Chinese love songs leave The SinoFile desperately searching for Faye Wong on YouTube.

Egypt's new foodie trend blends East and West: PHOTOS

A taste of Egypt's new culinary movement and what it means for the ever-changing revolutionary nation

China's canned air mogul Chen Guangbiao has a little Mao complex: The SinoFile

A Chinese state-sanctioned environmentalist is selling air in soda cans, attempting to highlight environmental issues at a time when they are already on the agenda -- this week Beijing pollution...