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Filmmaker, events coordinator, podcaster, pop-up restaurateur, and now, the new Program Director of the brilliantly refashioned Chinatown Night Market—If you haven’t met Ken Tsui yet, you probably will very soon. He’s one of the good ones out there currently hustling and redefining the meaning of summer in Vancouver. Check out the market this coming long weekend for the Kingsgate Chorus and Weekend Leisure Karoke. And be sure to subscribe to On Second Thought, for a fortnightly dose of humourous ruminations.
What’s on your nightstand right now? Are you enjoying it?
I have David Hickey’s The Invisible Dragon sitting on my nightstand. But therein lies the problem. It should be in my bed because a book on my nightstand is one I’m about to start—the book wedged between my pillows would be the one I’m actually reading. Currently, there’s isn’t anything on my bed besides a blanket and two pillows.
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