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Momentum: Kaya Malay Food Review

Momentum: Kaya Malay Food Review

Frankie Zeng, Guest Writer
February 27
Filed under Opinions, Showcase

"Kaya is our brain-child; you can call it the new trend of Malaysian cuisine. Kaya reflects the beautiful and always evolving west coast dining scene, a place where culinary authenticity meets fusion creation." - Scott Kwan, General Manager of Kaya Malay Vancouver is the vast, sprawling home for many differ...

Is This Restaurant a New Trend in Malaysian Cuisine?

Is This Restaurant a New Trend in Malaysian Cuisine?

Trevor Li, Layout Editor
February 23
Filed under Opinions, Showcase, Student Life

  Kaya Malay Bistro Rating: ★★★★☆ Phone: (604)-730-9963 Address: 1063 Broadway W, Vancouver, BC V6H 1E2 Price Range: ~$30 per person   A restaurant with a decidedly eye-catching store front sits on 1063 West Broadway. On the exterior, wooden planks ador...

Vancouver Is Sinking

Vancouver Is Sinking

Tommy Kuo, Staff Writer
December 6
Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Chuckle. This was the reaction I got from my Journalism class when I mentioned that Vancouver is sinking. Frankly I would've reacted the same way a few years back, because it was really hard to imagine the city we call home to go into the ocean. But there's scientific proof out there; there's no denying...

Trump Stuns the World with a Presidential Win

Trump Stuns the World with a Presidential Win

Michael Hua, Staff Writer
November 10
Filed under News, Opinions, Showcase

When Donald Trump first declared that he would run for president, his odds of winning were less than two percent. He was never known for his engagement in politics, but rather he was the face of a cooperation that consisted of beautiful highrises and luxurious hotels across the world. In general, many...

Midterm Marks: More Comments!

Midterm Marks: More Comments!

Trevor Li, Staff Writer
October 30
Filed under Opinions, Saints Of Saints, Student Life

Late October usually marks a stressful time for students, the reason being because it is when the first round of midterm report cards come out. Some students are happy with their marks (others, not so much,) but its ultimate purpose is to give students an idea of how they’re performing in school, and...

Losing My Religion

Losing My Religion

Tommy Kuo, Staff Writer
June 8
Filed under Opinions, Showcase

The inexorable march of the 21st century is bringing us new world views on a per-second basis, yet at the same time taking things that we once cherished away from the world. Every two weeks a language dies with the art, culture, traditions, and wisdom associated with it. One day the same may happen to Ch...

Editorial: Too Much of a Good Thing?

Editorial: Too Much of a Good Thing?

Hartley Witten, Co-Editor in Chief
May 4
Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Throughout the month of April, St. George’s School has been very busy. From April 11th to 15th, we had Arts Week; from the 18th to the 22nd, we had Earth Week; and this week, we had LGBTQ+ Pride Week. While there has certainly been a lot to talk about in the hallways with all the high profile gues...

The Human Race

Marek Ormerod, Graphics and Design Editor
April 11
Filed under Opinions, Showcase

  Initial Release: February 19th, 2016  Director: Stephen Hopkins  Actors: Stephan James, Jason Sudeikis, Jeremy Irons, William Hurt  Musical Composition: Rachel Portman Rating: PG-13  Genre: Drama/Sport                 Growing up in Cleveland, Ohio, J.C, or Jesse Owens...

Dead Poets Society Review

Dead Poets Society Review

Harry Duan, Staff Writer
April 9
Filed under Opinions

As the grade twelves are about to graduate and enter into the great unknown, it seems rather appropriate that we the young St. Georgians should take a look at one of the all-time classics – the Dead Poets Society. Dead Poets Society is a movie about a group of students at Welton Academy, which was an a...

“Race” stumbles past the finish line

“Race” stumbles past the finish line

Kenneth Ng, Opinions/Copy Editor
March 31
Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Below is a review of the film “Race”. Minor details are included and are necessary for a thorough analysis. Read on at your own discretion. Winning a gold medal at the Olympic Games is hard. Winning four is even harder. But that’s what the great Jesse Owens managed to do when he shocked the e...