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1997 Issue

Art on the Rim
Masthead 1997

List of contributors to the 1997 issue.

Chan Centre

UBC’s new performing arts centre.

Art on the Rim

Pieces together the cultural puzzle.

Bitter Harvest

Cambodia’s deadly land mine legacy.

On China’s Waterfront

Giving tourists reasons to get off the tour bus and put on their walking shoes.

broccoli and green vegetables

Beating the Broccoli Blues

Exotic Asian Vegetables.

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Victoria’s Hidden City

Touring Chinatown.

Asian fusion cuisine

Eats Meets West

Recipes for Asian fusion food.

Dances with Lions

China’s mythical lions.

Hong Kong skyline

Hong Kong

Reading the Bank of China Tower.

Homes to Go

A marketing plan for BC’s wood products.

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Sanrio: Come Join Us!

Hello Kitty and other cute characters.

violence in East Timor

East Timor Update

Canada trades despite ongoing human-rights abuses.


Tides of Trade

APEC leaders to meet in Vancouver.

Dr Wah Jun Tze

Dr. Tze—Medicine Man

Alternative medical practices.

a Chinese tea set

Subtle Teas

For the body and soul.

tropical fruit

Fruit Fantasia

Asian fruits trigger travel flashbacks.

Chow Yun Fat

Art & Mayhem

China’s two cinemas policy.

coastal shipping yard

Cranes, Trains and Container Ships

Canadian Cargo comes home.

beaver illustration

Dam Ethics

Canada’s role in harnessing the Yangtze.

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Vietnam: the Next Dragon?

Vietnam looks to return to a market economy.

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CGA Canada Leads

CGA Canada is recruited to train China’s accountants for the year 2000 and beyond.

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Taking on Olympic Airs

Bad attitudes, baggy pants and big air are the criteria by which to judge a winner in the new addition to Winter Olympic events. Snowboarding, the latest fringe sport to catch the conservative eye of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), is joining the ranks of other featured Olympic winter sports. This follows in the wake […]