I’m A Canadian Okay?Culture, Connections, and Home

Travelling on the long term does weird things to your psyche. You’ll be feeling exhilarated and terrified at the same time, spinning dancing while a cave’s where your stomach should be. You’ll see the most amazing things in the day and still wake up empty, aimless, and alone. It’s part of being uprooted. It’s something … More I’m A Canadian Okay?Culture, Connections, and Home

Me and The City: The End of China, And Why I Hate Shanghai

The energy begins hitting two blocks before, the crowds? One more later. And the turn onto Nanjing Road, wide and packed with shoppers and picture-snappers, along the stone balustrades and marble dragons of the French stones decked out with luxury brands and fast food signs. The concert in People’s Square and thirty-odd dancers and toysellers … More Me and The City: The End of China, And Why I Hate Shanghai