Chinatown

Spite Houses are a Testament to Humanity’s Capacity for Genius and Evil

Spite Houses are a Testament to Humanity’s Capacity for Genius and Evil

Vancouver isn't exempt from spite-driven architecture either.

Review: Carol Lee Brings Hong Kong-Style Barbecue to Chinatown

Review: Carol Lee Brings Hong Kong-Style Barbecue to Chinatown

Chinatown BBQ aims to take back the idea of a neighbourhood restaurant.

5 Things to Do in Chinatown

5 Things to Do in Chinatown

You could spend all day just browsing the grocery supply shops in Vancouver's historic Chinatown, but in between stocking up on fresh seafood and dried spices, there are plenty of other attractions to explore.

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Reason to Love Vancouver #23: Vegans Can Feast in Chinatown

Reason to Love Vancouver #23: Vegans Can Feast in Chinatown

Pizza, acai bowls, gelato and more neighbourhood eats to feel good about.

The Best Thing I Ate All Week: Acai Bowl at Kokomo

The Best Thing I Ate All Week: Acai Bowl at Kokomo

The latest addition to Chinatown's vegan boom offers a better way to start the day.

Cool Workspace: Rennie Group’s Remodelled Chinatown Office

Cool Workspace: Rennie Group’s Remodelled Chinatown Office

See how a heritage space became home to a bustling real estate marketing and brokerage firm.

Is Vancouver Ready for the High Line Effect?

Is Vancouver Ready for the High Line Effect?

The $200-million park planned for Northeast False Creek could become a glittering urban gem—and another dividing line between rich and poor.

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (June 26 to July 2)

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (June 26 to July 2)

Relive your high school prom, party like it's 2167 and sample the city's best street food.

Vancouver’s Future Hinges on the Fight to Save Chinatown

Vancouver’s Future Hinges on the Fight to Save Chinatown

The controversy over a proposed Keefer Street development begs a big question: can we preserve our heritage and keep our neighbourhoods alive?