UBC now has a dedicated hub in its Robson Square location to support innovation, as of June 14. According to VP Research Gail Murphy, the hub will focus on facilitating “four pathways of innovation”: entrepreneurship, commercialization of research results, partnership development and knowledge exchange.
Jerusalem is a violent place, not just physically, but emotionally and religiously." I could not unravel the complexities of history, religion, love and hate. As I took another breath, the soothing Mediterranean waters dampened all worries.
They trigger imaginations of WWII Japanese soldiers marching in uniform and KMT veterans pining for a visit back home. In Jianguo Village, there were no secrets – only stories waiting to be discovered.
SKIO Music operates on the premise that musicians should not have to be forced to choose between sharing and protecting, seeking to ensure the survival of creativity by making it a professional probability.
Tsai composed, arranged, recorded, mixed and mastered the song. The typical length of time for a professional studio to properly cover all these aspects of music production is two months. Tsai did all these in three days, all the while bracing herself for two midterms.
Some are dismissive of the hardship that women face professionally, trivializing the role that gender plays in their career pursuits.
He Roars, a Studio 58 Fringe play tells a story of the lives of Charlie and Rose, torn apart by war, and the struggle to have faith in a world void of hope.
The Urasenke Foundation Vancouver Branch has been holding the Japanese tea ceremony or chado demonstrations throughout the summer.
"Even though we’re looking at Taiwanese films, we will be addressing concerns that would affect all parts of the world"
Since 1999, Ko has published more than 40 books, insisting on typing 3000 to 5000 words per day, and has been dubbed as the next Louis Cha.
Be it entrepreneur, traveller, or storyteller, Kennedy proudly owns his identity and is using his own way to navigate in the sea of acting dreams.
UBC and the Chongqing Municipality in China have committed $1.19 million for a new student exchange program.
The Devil Operation was the last in the series of events at the UBC Social Justice Centre Conference 2015.
The Value of Freedom: Academics VS. Expression panel discussion was part of Rule Out Racism Week.