by Fatima Ahmed | April 4, 2017
These days, animes are becoming more and more mainstream. Why wouldn’t Hollywood want in on this? And they should. However, with recent adaptations like Ghost in a Shell and Death Note, it is obvious that Hollywood just doesn’t get it.
by Fatima Ahmed | November 30, 2016
The Vancouver International South Asian Film Festival took place in rainy Gastown just last weekend. In its sixth year, this innovative film festival highlights the artistic and creative achievements of the South Asian film community. I was thrilled to attend the VISAFF screening of “Mah e Mir” (ماہ میر), a Pakistani movie tackling the state of contemporary Urdu (اردو) poetry. The film addresses the life and impact of Mir Taqi Mir, an 18th century poet who lived during the Mughal Empire and who would later be called the God of Poetry.
by Christine Kim | November 16, 2016
This past Wednesday SCHEMA visited a new, up and coming fast-food joint in Gastown, Vancouver. Located on Water St., The Poké Shop is a cute and trendy store that specializes in a Hawaiian favorite called POKÉ.
by Chloë Lai | November 1, 2016
I’m sitting in the back row of the Rio Theatre watching Alexandria Taylor smile graciously through what I assume is an incredible amount of pain.
The medical staff are asking her to return to bed and avoid strenuous activity.
“So I probably shouldn’t be twerking or anything?” she asks.
The doctor laughs nervously.