Here are a couple of places for you to chow down at in Coquitlam, near the Douglas campus.
It would be an understatement to say that my family lacks a cultural identity. The closest habits we have to customs are that we eat a pork roast and potatoes for dinner every Sunday, and we eat cabbage rolls and perogies at Christmas dinner (mostly because they're tasty and not because of our Ukrainian heritage).... Continue Reading →
What I love about living in Vancouver is its diverse community. A very good example is exploring the restaurants around Douglas and seeing the many international flavors that each has to offer. Many of our families originated from different places, which makes everyone have unique and fascinating stories, from the many languages to the various traditions.... Continue Reading →
For many of us, cooking is one of those things primarily done out of necessity rather than desire, and when you're an international student on your own in a new country, knowing what to eat can become a real challenge. I’m sure other international students can relate: there are so many things that I... Continue Reading →