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Helen Liao, event coordinator of the Your Kontinent International Film & Media Arts Festival, is camouflaged by one of two outdoor art installations at the festival.
BY MICHELLE HOPKINS
The German word Urkontinent, coined back in 1929 by geophysicist Alfred Wegener, meant “one single large continent.” When the New Asia Film Festival’s founders decided to reinvent the film festival in order to be more inclusive of all ethnicities, they came up with a twist on Urkontient — Kontinent. “This continent of which Urkontinent came from, if it existed today, would contain a multitude of ethnicities and thus be considered a mosaic,” said Ying Wang, director of the festival. “That is exactly what Richmond is all about.” Your Kontinent: Richmond International Film and Media Arts Festival, replaces the former New Asia Film Festival. see Films page 6
Raccoon attacks on rise Late summer means aggressive moms still with kits BY ALAN CAMPBELL
More concerns are being raised after another vicious raccoon attack on a cat was reported on the weekend. All of the incidents — most of which have resulted in family pets being attacked, dragged away and bodies never recovered — have happened in the last few weeks and are concentrated in the south-west corner of the city, close to the west dyke. Wildlife experts in B.C. have said fights between the two species do happen, but that instances of raccoons hunting and attacking cats are rare. But the latest owner to contact the News, Karen Reynolds, isn’t convinced after seeing her cat, Coco, cornered and mauled by a pack of raccoons. Reynolds, who lives on 7th Avenue in Steveston, was woken up at 2 a.m. Sunday
by the sound of Coco the cat screaming. “I heard all this noise out my backyard and when I went downstairs, I could see Coco was fighting off four raccoons over the other side of my neighbour’s fence,” said Reynolds. “I was concerned about going outside when I seen the raccoons, but they were attacking my cat, so I had to do something. One of them backed off slightly and I managed to open the door long enough for (Coco) to get inside. I managed to rescue her but her injuries are unbelievable.” Coco is in Richmond Animal Hospital recovering from multiple puncture wounds, scratches and bruising all over her body, face and ears and a dislocated tail. “Her wounds are weeping so much that she is on an IV for dehydration, has a cone on her neck and a splint on her tail.” see Attacks page 4
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She lived every day as a new adventure and rarely thought about tomorrow. That’s how Dawn Glinsky will remember her 17year-old daughter, Morgan Sparrow, who went to sleep July 15 and never woke up. A candlelight vigil on Friday (tonight) followed by a celebration of life on Saturday will be held to remember the popular, talented and “quirky” teenager who died suddenly last week. Messages of sorrow and support have been flooding
onto a memorial website and a special Facebook page set up to honour Blair elementary and Burnett secondary graduate Morgan. The page already has 345 members and is filled with heartfelt messages and pictures posted by friends. “She touched the lives of so many people and that is evident in the messages and postings on Facebook,” Glinsky told the News. “To her, every day was a new day to do stuff. She was big time into Facebook and texting friends. “I used to keep telling her, see Morgan page 3
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Minister of Environment Terry Lake defended the work of the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office, calling the public consultation process of the proposed jet fuel storage facility on the Fraser River’s south arm a “good example” of the early stages of the assessment process. “I would say it’s an example of how it has succeeded. The public and city council and Richmond’s MLAs shared expressed concerns and the EAO heard all those things and the proponent is now going back to reexamine the other options,” Lake said. But not everyone, including Richmond’s mayor, agrees the process has been adequate. Lake also said his ministry is taking a “hard look” at whether or not the EAO requires more funding or human resources in the wake of a report earlier this month from B.C.’s Auditor General, which criticized the office’s inability to properly measure, monitor, and enforce environmental commitments on major industrial
projects. Lake noted the report did not look into the pre-approval assessment process, which includes public consultation. As he noted, the project’s proponent, Vancouver Airport Fuel Facilities Corporation, has indicated it is looking at moving the location of a planned fuel pipeline to Highway 99 from No. 5 Road. A new proposal is expected by the end of August. Richmond Mayor Malcolm Brodie said while city council and staff have had several meetings with the project proponent, VAFFC, the quality of communication leaves something to be desired. “The challenge is not so much voicing an opinion, the problem I see is the position we’ve taken has been ignored,” he said of his city’s opposition to the storage facility. Brodie said he was puzzled at how the VAFFC came up with the option to ship fuel up the Fraser River via barges and Panamax tankers when other options were readily apparent, such as upgrading a current pipeline that comes from Burnaby to supply the airport.
Carol Day, chair of VAPOR, a grassroots organization of Richmond and Delta residents opposed to the plan, said the public consultation process undertaken by VAFFC was a “farce.” “It was public information, not consultation,” she said. Day’s criticisms came as no surprise to environmental lawyer Mark Haddock of the Environmental Law Centre at the University of Victoria. “The EAO follows a review and comment type of model that leaves a lot of people frustrated because they don’t feel properly engaged or consulted,” Haddock said. Ironically, VAFFC volunteered to take the proposal to the EAO for assessment, acknowledging the public’s interest in mitigating the risks of a fuel spill. It was not required because the facility, which would store 500 million barrels of fuel, is under the threshold for an automatic review. Nevertheless, a federal environmental assessment of the facility would have still taken place since the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority would be leasing federal land to VAFFC.
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The annual Picnic at Brighouse Square, organized by Minoru Senior Centre took place on Wednesday. Above, Ella Johnson enjoys her smokie in a fancy hat while, left, John Schmidt admires a caricature of himself drawn by Jennifer Li. For a full gallery of the event, go to www.richmond-news.com.
‘why don’t you just call your friends, that’s what I did when I was your age.’ And she would always say, ‘you never had texting when you were my age.’” Morgan’s “big thing” the entire last year was prom and graduating. “That’s all we ever heard about,” Glinsky said. “She also received a scholarship from Blair (elementary). She wrote a thank you letter to them, but she never got a chance to deliver it.” Sushi, shopping, Facebook and baseball all topped Morgan’s loves, said her mom. “She played in Richmond for the Boomers and then the Jaguars.” Glinsky said her daughter was planning to go to Langara College in September to do general studies, because she still “hadn’t quite decided what to do with her life yet.” Illustrating the regard in which Morgan was held, one Facebook picture, posted by Tanzy Sayadi, shows off a fresh tattoo in honour of her “best friend.” “We have lost our angel, but she is never to be forgotten,” her family wrote in her obituary. They described Morgan as a “beacon of light that will always shine in our hearts. “We miss you terribly funny girl and you will never leave our hearts ... we will love you always!” The candlelight vigil, organized by her friends, will take place at Burnett secondary on Friday at 7 p.m. The celebration of Morgan’s life will be held on Saturday, July 23 at 2 p.m. at the Richmond Funeral Home at 8420 Cambie Rd.
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Attacks: Rare on cats Continued from page 1 “Her body has been shaved so they can treat the wounds. She is a mess, but thankfully alive.” Reynolds lives less than half a mile south from where the majority of the recent attacks — said to be rare by wildlife experts — have taken place. She said she’d never had a problem with raccoons in four years of living in Steveston. On Wednesday, the Wildlife Rescue of B.C.’s Yolanda Brooks advised cat owners to keep their pets in at night. “I understand comments about keeping pets indoors and looking back, I wish now I did, but it is sometimes difficult to do,” Reynolds said. “I have my sliding door open to my backyard almost everyday for fresh air. What do I do? Lock the cat in a room while the door is open?” Although Brooks acknowledged that raccoon and cat fights do happen occasionally, Richmond’s cat owners and residents are now wondering what’s causing the apparent spike. One theory is the recent advent of the city’s Green Can program, which encourages residents to recycle food scraps — a common source of food for raccoons. Some believe the scraps are more accessible in the new Green Cans and more odorous than they were previously in regular garbage cans, providing a greater attraction for the raccoons. “Raccoons are attracted to garbage and if it’s more accessible, then, yes, it might attract more of them,” said Brooks. “They’re basically scavengers. And the more food they’re getting, the healthier they will be and the more babies they will pro-
duce. “We’ve also had a longer spring, due to the weather, so there might be more newborn raccoons to protect at this time of the year than normal. That might explain why there are more attacks.” However, Linh Huynh, of the City of Richmond’s Environmental Programs’ department, said they’ve received no complaints about raccoons getting into the new green cans. “It’s been a year now and we’ve had no problems that I know of,” Huynh said. “People can wrap up the scraps in newspaper and most of the cans being used have tight fitting or snap-on lids. “Plus, we’ve talked to other municipalities that have the same programs and they’ve not experienced any rodent problems.” Huynh pointed out that people have always put food scraps into their garbage and that plastic garbage bags can actually increase the smell, as opposed to containing it. Brooks also suggested that it could, in fact, be just one group of rogue raccoons that are causing all the misery for the area’s cat owners. “It could actually be the same raccoons, because they do have their territories,” she said. The News reported earlier this week how the owner of a dead cat has posted warning notices in her neighbourhood after raccoons dragged away her family pet of 17 years in front of her mom. Just a week before that, a family in the same south-west Richmond neighbourhood suffered the loss of their pet, when a pack of raccoons were spotted in an apparent feeding frenzy on a cat they had killed.
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More money will be dished out by the City of Richmond next year in civic grants — and the main beneficiary will be the grossly under-funded arts community. Collectively, Richmond’s arts, culture and heritage groups received less than $19,000 in grants this year. Next year, however, that total figure is set to rise to $100,000 after a city staff report indicated that the arts industry suffers from “perpetuated under-funding.” It’s a much needed boost to the arts community, who this year received just $18,730 out of the entire $542,000 civic grant pot. In a report placed before city council’s general purposes committee this week, staff acknowledged that a strong arts grants program could bolster local organizations and increase opportunities for artists. Despite the massive increase, Richmond’s contribution via grants to arts and culture is still less than a third of some neighbouring cities. From next year, the new city grants program will allocate $536,719 to groups offering health, social and safety pro-
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Films: Celebrate identity Continued from page 1 “After three years, we decided to rebrand ourselves to expand the festival from an Asian only festival to a multi-ethnic one,” she said. “We want to be clear about our city’s identity and to have a sense of belonging for everyone. “The deliberate choice to use Your instead of Ur in the title is to represent one’s individual perception of their continent or culture.” Wang said there are many opportunities over the weekend to take in full-length films from all over the world (22 in total), as well as multi-media performances, installations, projections, music and dance. Friday night kicks off Theatre Under the Sky, with animation workshops live musical performances, free family activities, and a movie screening of a new award-winning Hong Kong kung fu comedy, Gallants, at the Richmond Cultural Center Plaza. The movies being shown are as varied as the filmmakers, but the underlying theme is one of “exploring our diversity and inclusiveness.” Unique this year is the two large white metal storage containers on the grassy area of the plaza, which are being transformed into intimate movie theatres. “People will be able to walk into these containers, at least 10 in the larger one, to watch short video clips,” said Wang. “In one container we will show Fragments, written by a Turkish new immigrant. It’s a film that deals with the loss of one’s iden-
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tity in a multicultural world.” One of the highlights of the festival is the tea ceremony titled Tea Into the Mist — A Ceremony of Soul, a solo performance with performance artist Sophi Liang and a Tea Show, a multi-media projection and collective show (Sunday). “First of all, everybody knows tea but not everybody knows the properties of tea, its history and how it connects people all over the world,” said Liang. “Tea originated in Asia and spread all over the world and we will tell that story in an artistic way with a visual projection, music and a Chinese tea ceremony.” During the festival, the Performance Hall will become a cinema café, with tables set up so that attendees can sit and enjoy tea and scones with jam, while watching a film. The cultural centre’s new media lab will also be used during the four-day festival. “For example, people will be able to try their hand at animation, and create a film using a green screen,” said Wang. Your Kontinent: Richmond International Film and Media Arts Festival is on now through to Sunday, July 24 at the Richmond Cultural Centre, 7700 Minoru Gate. Festival passes are $88 for general admission and $$70 for students and seniors over 55. Single event tickets are $8/ regular and $13 for special events. Seniors and students pay $2 less for each. For a full listing of events, visit www. ykfestival.ca.
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Libyan revolution. Syrian death squads. Sudanese war crimes. Somalian famine. American debt crisis. Yes, those are just a few of the topics you’ll find if you cruise around Google news headlines this week. So what are we all talking about? Why, the weather, of course. It’s raining. Again. It’s grey and it’s cloudy and it’s hardly warmed up at all. The temperature has barely broken 20 C, gardens and fruit trees have suffered from a cold, rainy spring — and never mind that, we’ve hardly had any time to sit on our patios sipping on pretty pink drinks with umbrellas in them. So here’s the thing. We live in the Lower Mainland. It’s hardly renowned for being a sun-worshippers’ destination. It’s a bit of a puzzle why we’re all up in arms about the rain when we live in a rainforest. More to the point, well, don’t we have any real problems to worry about? Has hunger been solved? Homelessness fixed? Poverty eliminated? War and revolution made a thing of the past? Yes, sarcasm is uncalled for. We sound unbearably pompous and hypocritical, because we complain about the weather just as loudly as anybody. But every now and then, we need a kick in the pants to remind ourselves that we have pretty darn good lives — and we should start paying a little more attention to those who don’t. So consider this our kick to ourselves and to the rest of you weatherbashers out there. Yeah, rain isn’t fun. But on the scale of revolution, war crimes, famine and international economic crises, it’s not really all that big a deal. Buy an umbrella and get over it already.
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Ilich’s kindness will be missed Dear Mrs. Ilich; All of us at the Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club would like to extend our condolences to you and your family for the loss of your husband, father, grandfather, uncle, and philanthropist. Both you and Mr. Ilich were long time supporters of our annual auction and gala. For 22 years, you purchased two tables at our May event, providing opportunities for not only your family to attend, but many others in the community. When you were in attendance, you generously purchased many of the auction prizes both live and silent to assist us in raising almost $1 million for local and international charities. Of these funds, almost $200,000 went to the Richmond Hospital Foundation (a charity close to all of our hearts). The legacy of the Milan and Maureen Ilich Foundation cannot be underestimated for not just the Richmond Sunrise Rotary or the Hospital Foundation, but all the other organizations that you have encouraged over the years. We wanted to ensure that you were aware of our deep appreciation for his impact on the community of Richmond and in particular our Rotary Club. Mr. Ilich will be sorely missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time. As per the family’s request, we will be making a donation in Mr. Ilich’s name to the Vancouver General Hospital Foundation. Mary Lou Miles President, Richmond Sunrise Rotary
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Falcon nervous amid economic woes Finance Minister Kevin Falcon seems to have suddenly become very nervous. Long known for his brash, cocky demeanour, Falcon this week displayed a more muted, cautious attitude when he talked about the province’s finances during a presentation he gave on the public accounts of last year’s budget. The reason? Look no further than the ongoing events in places like Greece, Portugal and the United States. The spiraling debt crisis is the latest serious threat to the world economy, and Falcon knows B.C. could easily be sucked into any global financial meltdown. That’s why his finance ministry is now projecting that B.C.’s economy will only grow by two per cent this year. That’s half the growth we experienced last year. In fact, last year may be as good as it gets for our provincial economy for some time. No one is predicting that B.C. — or any other province, for that matter — will achieve four per cent annual growth for the next few years. This translates into fewer jobs and less revenue for government. And that means provincial finances will be squeezed even further in the months and maybe even years ahead. The financial challenges for government that come with any economic slowdown are compounded by an area of spending that shows no signs of slowing down: the health-care sector. Health-care spending
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grew by more than four per cent (or $635 million) last year, and a similar increase will occur this year. But last year the government had more money to play with. Revenues were up almost $2.5 billion more than expected because of that unexpected four per cent growth rate. This year, with slower economic growth, it’s unlikely the government will see a greater than anticipated increase in revenue. So health-care spending will continue to squeeze other areas of government spending. The annual increase in health-care spending alone will soon be more than the annual budgets for all but eight ministries in government (remember, that’s just the increase from year to year!). Falcon’s other worry is the fate of the HST. If it is rejected in the referendum, it will blow an estimated $3 billion out of government coffers. More than half — $1.6 billion — is transition money that would have to be repaid to Ottawa. The remaining $1.4 billion represents the money expected to be lost over a couple of years after the HST disappears. That’s because the HST brings in significantly more revenue to government than the old
provincial sales tax. In fact, the HST was around for just nine months of the last fiscal year (which ended last March 31) and resulted in contributing several hundred million dollars in unanticipated revenue for the government. By the way, this last point is why I think people are fooling themselves if they think their personal finances will vastly improve if the HST disappears. Falcon says he can deal with that $3-billion hole, but he’s signaled one way to soften the blow: revisit the things that were exempt from the PST if we go back to the old tax system. So don’t bet that restaurant meals, to use just one example, will once again being exempt from the PST. Everything is back on the table when it comes to any exemptions. The potential headaches flowing from getting rid of the HST are one thing, but what really has Falcon spooked are the external events happening around the world. As we saw in the 2008 recession, no government is immune from the external machinations of the world economy if they are large enough. Falcon admits that two per cent growth projection for this year may actually prove to be too lofty if things really tank. If that worst-case scenario does indeed occur, Falcon will go from being a nervous finance minister to a panicstricken one. Keith Baldrey is chief political correspondent for Global BC.
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and many enjoy doing so. Please remember before using a hockey stick on any animal that all of our wildlife are trying to survive in a world where we, the people, have left them nothing. We continue to believe that we own it all, we don’t. Remember, what is here today is not necessarily here tomorrow. In closing, I would like to say you need not worry about the little four legged masked bandits that move through the night trying to survive. But you do need to worry about the two legged bandits that break into homes and hurt our families. Please be responsible pet owners. Gail Martin Founder/ED Critter Care Wildlife Society
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The Editor, Re: “Raccoons kill, drag away another cat,” News, July 20. “Does city have a raccoon plan?” Letters, July 20. “Raccoon attack on cat horrifying,” Letters, July 13. This letter is in response to the media coverage and news article on killer raccoons in Richmond: There is an old saying that an outside cat is a dead cat. In saying that, my husband and I have owned three cats, all rescue cats, ALL indoor cats, all were very happy and lived to an old age. When you go to adopt a kitten, or older cat you have to sign a form saying this animal will be an indoor cat. Why? Because they get hit by cars, they fight with other cats, they can be mauled by someone’s dog, or killed by a raccoon or coyote. The cat family is known to be the most ferocious of all hunters, our pet cats being responsible for killing not millions but billions of song birds and small animals every year in all of Canada. In fact, the decline in the song bird population
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The Editor, Re: “Ottawa erodes democracy,” Letters, June 15. It’s tax time, time to pay for the governments we have deserved. My last and enduring hope is that I am wrong about most of what I think I know about our municipal, provincial, and federal electoral and bureaucratic systems. It does nothing to assuage my pessimism about the future for your children and mine when a person of Dr. Richard Mathias’s intelligence, knowledge, experience, and integrity agrees with me. I would have greatly preferred that he disagree and hold out some hope for true democracy, that he have offered some alternative to fixing a flawed system with a flawed system, and that he give me some reason for abandoning the legal alternative I am following as a last resort because it isn’t that I don’t have better things to do. First, fighting is stupid. I have the scars to prove it. Even when you “win,” you pay a price in injury, pain, money, time or inconvenience. Second, the reason conventional wisdom has it that “you can’t fight city hall” is that city hall, certainly The Richmond City Hall, fights back with your own tax money. You are paying them to beat you down. A sad example of this is my own B.C. Supreme Court Petition which originated with a B.D.A.S. ruling
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The Editor, Recently, there has been construction work near my neighbourhood. In the mornings, I don’t need my alarm clock because the construction uproar is impossible not to hear. I understand that construction is needed to form better roads, but what I don’t understand is the huge amount of time needed for construction. Often I see construction signs being held, roads being dug out but no workers are seen. This continues for days. Pedestrians are unable to travel on the paths properly, driveways are so unsteady that they cause
damage to the cars. In the winter, when construction work is left behind because of the weather, the ice between the cracks on the pavement expands, ruining the roads even more. As I sit inside my house I can feel the shaking whenever a truck or bus passes by. As a Richmond resident I hope that the construction work will be limited to a certain amount of time. This way, not only does it assure residents of the safety and peace they should receive, but it also makes Richmond an even more beautiful place to live. Anita Chen Richmond
No respite from noise on holiday The Editor, I was looking forward to a respite on Canada Day from the construction noise I am surrounded by at the moment with three new houses being built around me. A quiet day in the garden was planned, catching up on maintainance I have been unable to do because of the constant noise. However, this was not to be. It was carry on as
usual on the building site. Surely we are entitled to a little peace and quiet on Canada’s birthday. Any candidates who come calling for my vote at election time had better come prepared with an answer as to what they intend to do about the toolax regulations regarding building hours contractors are able to worth within. While trying to do a little gardening amid the
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person’s friend just because it is easier. Try several different ways of communicating until you find one or a combination of ways that work. In the case of hospitalization: ! Put a notice on the hospital chart and above the patients’ bed. ! The HOH person can’t read lips through curtains or in the dark. ! Make chaplains, volunteer or visitors aware of the hearing impairment. ! Don’t do anything unexpected from behind. ! Tap the mattress to get the patient’s attention if his /her back is turned. ! Don’t leave the patient in complete darkness; leave a dim light on. ! Make sure the hearing aid is within easy reach. These are tips for com-
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As promised, here are additional important tips to help you communicate with a heard of hearing person (HOH). This is the last of three articles on this topic. ! Begin every conversation by positioning yourself in front of the HOH person. This will help them relax and know that you care by the effort you’re making. ! Be aware of possible emotional responses such as: embarrassment, denial, anger, withdrawal, frustration or confusion. ! If you are not being understood, ask the person what you can do differently. ! From time to time ask the person how well you are doing. They often respond with a positive comment that will make you feel appreciated for your effort. ! Write down key words or phrases and be aware the some older people can’t read; they may be too embarrassed to tell you. ! Take time to include the HOH person in group situations; they feel hurt and frustrated because of missing so much. ! Don’t talk to the HOH
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Aberdeen atrium transforming into ancient Egyptian tomb BY MICHELLE HOPKINS
Joey Kwan was eating a few chocolate candies when a thought occurred to her. What if, mused the promotions manager at Aberdeen Centre, someone could construct an Egyptian exhibition made entirely out of chocolate candies? That idea spawned giant reproductions of The Great Pyramid and The Sphinx of Giza made completely out of M&M chocolate candies, which will be on display at Aberdeen Centre beginning July 29. “Last year, I started to think about M&M candies and how fun it would be to have an educational exhibit made out of them,” Kwan said. So, the mother of a 12year-old girl went online to see if she could find an artist who could create what she had imagined. “I did a lot of research and then found an artist in Hong Kong who I thought would be perfect for the job,” she said. For about a year, Kwan carried on email and phone call discussions with Hong Kong-based multimedia and toy designer, Dio Wong. “Dio had done similar exhibits, but on a much smaller scale, but after our talks back and forth he agreed to it,” she said, adding he created the torch relay bear mascot for the
2008 Beijing Summer Olympics as well as a chocolate scene to promote the film Transformers Revenge of the Fallen (2009.) “In fact, Dio has applied to the Guinness Book of World Records because these chocolate sculptures just might be the tallest and largest ones made out of M&M candies.” The central atrium at Aberdeen will be transformed into ancient Egypt, where shoppers can come and explore the world of the Boy King Tutakhamun and his treasure trove. Visitors will enter the mammoth display through two guardian statues and enter into a reproduction of Tutankhamun’s burial chamber. According to Kwan it is resplendent with its hieroglyphic ritual images, murals depicting the King and Gods, as well as his second coffin and the famed gold funerary mask. It was also important for Kwan to have the new exhibition interactive and educational. There will be a team of local post-secondary aspiring art students who will work alongside Wong for a month to create massive, coloured sculptures. “They will be building showpieces which will rise up 10 feet and 13 feet wide,” said Kwan. Throughout the summer months, there will be a number of special events tied to the exhibition. There
These replicas of of a golden throne and a life-sized statue of King Tutankhamun will be part of an exhibition at Aberdeen Centre, along with reproductions of the Great Pyramid and the Sphinx of Giza, made out of M&M chocolates, beginning July 29. will be weekly Egyptianthemed musical and dance acts. As well, Kwan said visitors might see “a living King Tut statue dancing around the mall.” Perhaps most impressive is the collection of more than 20 museum replicas of the most notable items of King Tut’s riches, on loan from Royal Exhibitions, a historical replicating company based in Ontario. “I was talking to the
curator at the Royal Exhibitions and he told me he had a collection of replicas, including King Tut’s tomb, the golden throne from the antechamber, an iron dagger from the Annexe as well as a life-sized statue of the king himself,” said Kwan. “There’s a lot of interesting stuff and he told me we could borrow them for our exhibit. see Show page 16
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Did you Know? A Little history about Boy King Tutankhamun ! Known as the Boy King, Tutankhamun ruled Egypt from the age of nine until he died around the age of 18 or 19. He reigned from 1333-23 BC. ! In 1922, his nearly intact tomb was discovered by British explorer Howard Carter in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt. ! Buried with the king was a treasure trove of riches and artifacts. ! To this day, major studies have been conducted into how he died, with speculations running from an infected leg, to being assassinated to having malaria. Source: Aberdeen Centre
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Community Show: On until September Continued from page 14 “They will be in plexus-glass display cases so people can see them up close.” Meanwhile, the atrium’s water fountain will move to the rhythm of Walk Like an Egyptian, added Kwan. “The dancing water fountain will follow to the beats of the song,” she said. All Hail The Boy King! Tutankhamun comes to Aberdeen Centre until Sept. 5
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Appreciation can go a long way I’ve recently written of the challenges of romantic and marital relationships, how our thoughts of one another can suddenly or gradually shift from the positive to the negative, HEALTHWISE and how love — without deliberate care and maintenance — can be lost. With the cognitive shift to negative thinking, behaviour follows and we can share more negative than positive experiences. We must remain wary of this tendency towards negativity — of criticism and complaining — of competing needs and wants. At our family dinner table, we play the Appreciation Game. My kids might tell you that I force them to play the game but of course it’s for our own good. Everyone comes out a winner, and everyone gets to eat after we play the game. Even on days when the kids haven’t been getting along, I ask each to say at least one thing they appreciate about each of the other members of the family — including each sibling and parent. I’ve also taught my kids to start and end each day with a prayer of thanksgiving with a special emphasis on the people who make a positive difference in their lives. If they’re ever stuck for some ideas, I start them off by reminding them about everything Mom and Dad do for them. Counting their blessings at the start of each day, they are primed to look for the positive throughout that day. At day’s end when I would tuck them into bed, they will recall the good that they have been given; again, a positive way to close the day. This framing of the day with an attitude of gratitude influences how they see their world, themselves and others. Rather than focus on what they lack and what they want, they appreciate what they do have and feel more empowered to manage the challenges of each day. I practise the same rituals, and it has helped me through difficult and challenging times in my life. Each morning, the first person I think of before I get out of my bed is the person lying next to me — my wife. No matter what the day has brought and even when we have had disagreements, I have continued my ritual of appreciation. Invariably, the good that I have been given through the blessings of this relationship and the daily devotion of my wife over many years outweighs the minor challenges of the day. The act of appreciation may sound simple or simplistic, but it has helped me keep perspective — on what matters most to me and what really makes a difference in the life of my family. Dr. Davidicus Wong is a physician and writer. His Healthwise column appears regularly in this paper, and his blog can be found at davidicuswong.wordpress.com, twitter.com/drdavidicuswong and facebook.com/davidicus.wong.
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July 23 in the Central Court of Lansdowne Centre. This event will bring together individuals of all ages and backgrounds to knit or crochet squares for pledges to raise both money and awareness for a great cause. The squares will later be combined into blankets and distributed to kids in need. This event will also feature live entertainment from Colin Magor of Head Games Entertainment, as well as a kid’s zone. For more information, visit www. sosbc.org. To register, email: leahdullum@sosbc. org.
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CDI College in Richmond is hosting an Info Session on its Medical Ofﬁce Assistant program on Monday, July 25 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. at 180-4351 No. 3 Rd. For more information, call 604-279-0003. Richmond Golden Rods & Reels Society is holding its monthly meeting on Tuesday, July 26 at 10 a.m. at the Japanese Cultural Centre in Steveston. Everyone interested in ﬁshing is welcome. For more information, call Mr. Kelly at 604-2742218.
Unchanging Gospel Story is presented each Wednesday from 7 to 8 p.m. in the James Whiteside elementary, 9282 Williams Rd. Joshua Tschetter and Harvey Purves welcome everyone. CDI College in Richmond is hosting an Info Session on its Health Care programs as well as free blood pressure and blood glucose (done by students), on Wednesday, July 27 from 5 to 7 p.m. at 180-4351 No. 3 Rd. There will also be guest speakers from the health care and business industry. For more information about either program, call 604-2790003.
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The Mazda3 Sport is a premium five-door hatchback that costs a little more than its sedan equivalent. You’re not alone in liking the look of this car as it’s already a very strong seller in Canada, where compact vehicles dominate. Buyers appreciate the high value, quality product when they see it. Completely redesigned last year, the second-generation 2011 Mazda3 Sport comes in three trim levels, GX ($17,495), GS ($20,965) and GT ($25,425). The base GX is powered by a 148-horsepower 2.0litre engine with a five-speed manual transmission, while the GS and GT trims both come with a 167 horsepower 2.5-litre four-cylinder and a six-speed manual gearbox. All trims have an optional five-speed automatic with manual-shift mode. Wise old auto heads say that it’s better to buy a car in its second year of production, when the engineers have ironed out all the early manufacturing kinks. There’s certainly something to be said for that line of reasoning, although probably less so today. That said, the 2011 Mazda3 Sport does come with a host of changes, but they are mostly packing changes. To start with, electronic stability and traction control systems are now standard on both the GX and GS trim levels. A 16-inch alloy wheel is now standard on the GX trim, a Luxury package (with leather) is now available on the GS trim and new Standard Equipment on the GT trim includes; a moonroof, leather upholstery, an eightway adjustable driver seat and heated front seats. New available features for 2011 include; rain-sensing wipers, auto on/off headlights, bi-xenon headlights with auto-levelling, an Adaptive Front lighting System, and LED rear combination lights. Deleted features include side turn lamp markers on GX and GS trims, door mirror turn lamps on GT and a driver seat memory function. A new blue warning light, which indicates low engine temperature, has been added to the instrument panel. While there’s no need to idle any modern engine for a long period in order to warm it up after a cold start, it should be driven cautiously (no high revving) until the engine gets to its operating temperature (and the blue light goes out). No matter the edition, price or potency, core attributes of a Mazda3 are its super-rigid body platform and its sport-minded engineering theme. Increased use of high-strength steel and a technique called weld-bonding in key body locations make the structure both lighter and stiffer, and when combined with new suspension modifications result in an even tighter and better handling Mazda3. My test Mazda3 Sport GT came with the new GT-E Package ($2,140), which includes intelligent key with push-button ignition, the Adaptive Front Headlights System (AFS) with automatic headlamp levelling, a premium 10-speaker Bose audio sound system, satellite radio, a Multi-Information Display, and a navigation system. This, of course, does put its price up dangerously close to an entry level high-performance MazdaSpeed3, but a similarly equipped Speed3 is about $4,500 more. see Safety page 23
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The driver’s seat has a tilt and other features that make it easy to find the perfect driving position.
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Not sure about that big Cheshire Cat grin up front, but its impish appearance and wavy body lines give the Mazda3 a distinctive look that’s very attractive. It’s a little longer than the previous generation car (by eight cm) and Mazda says that the big front air intake actually helps it slip through the air better, while taking in more air. My test Mazda3 Sport GT came with the optional Adaptive Front-lighting System which means the headlights turn as the steering wheel is turned. While this may sound a bit gimmicky it was actually a good feature to have while driving on a dark country road, as you see earlier and further into the corner.
My test GT edition came with leather upholstery that offered good side support on the cushion and seatback to hold an occupant snugly in place. The driver’s seat came with a good range of power adjustments, which included seat cushion height and a tilt feature. Coupled with a tilt and telescopic, which is standard on every Mazda3, finding that perfect driving position is an easy task and it can accommodate a taller than average person. Mazda has done a very job of setting up the cabin cockpit with the driver’s job in mind. There’s enough rear seat space for adults provided those up front are willing to share. The seatbacks fold 60/40 to create an almost flat load floor. The extra cargo room that the hatchback provides can come very handy when moving bulky items. The optional navigation system screen is quite small and it’s mounted in a second tier instrument panel that’s further away from the driver. While in the driver’s line of sight it’s harder to read than most, which are usually mounted closer in the centre stack. The navigation screen also doubles as a MultiInformation Display, which was controlled by a grouping of small buttons on the right side of the steering wheel.
The 2011 Mazda3 recently qualified as a “Top Safety Pick” based on the results of crash tests performed by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. And as already mentioned an electronic stability control system is now standard on the GX and GS trim levels.
The manual transmission has a stubby shift lever mount in centre console that was easy to navigate through its six gears and the clutch had a nice lightaction feel. While not quite the crisp, direct feel of a rear-drive sports car, like the Mazda MX-5, it’s very close. The top end gear ratios were not as long as I expected, as Mazda tends to lean more towards performance than fuel economy. see Score page 24 We also rent concession equipment! Free delivery and set-up.
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Continued from page 23 The 2.5 litre engine pulls well at low engine speeds and its power output is deliciously progressive. Itís hard to find fault with an engine that’s such a smooth, torque-rich and willing performer, yet, its overall power output is little disappointing, considering its large (four-cylinder) displacement. The Mazda3 Sport is a good handling vehicle that feels solid and composed both at a high highway speeds or on a twisty mountain road, although road noise on some surfaces can be an issue. The steering is sharp and accurate, and it gives the driver a connected feel with the road.
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Summer is the main season for road construction, which means there’s a good chance you’ll hit a bump or two, or come across loose stones and other hazards associated with construction zones. These road conditions can be tough on a vehicle’s steering and suspension systems and can throw out the alignment, while loose stones have the potential to damage the vehicle’s exterior or windshield. The symptoms of steering and suspension or wheel alignment problems are uneven tire wear, pulling to one side, noise and vibration while cornering or loss of control. The main parts of the systems are shocks and/or struts, the steering knuckle, ball joints, the steering rack/ box, bearings, seals or hub units, and tie rod ends. Motorists have their vehicles checked out immediately if any of these symptoms exist, as steering and suspension systems are key safety-related components and largely determine the car’s ride and handling. Regardless of road conditions, these systems should be checked annually and a wheel alignment should be performed at the same time. Motorists also should do frequent visual checks of their vehicle’s exterior and windshield to identify any chips, dings or cracks. These are small problems that can become costly repairs and safety hazards if they aren’t taken care of immediately. “Even the most careful driver, who is traveling slowly and carefully through a work zone, can hit an unexpected bump or other road hazards,” said Patty Kettles, manager, marketing and communications, Be Car Care Aware Canada. “The key is to pay attention to your car and if you think there’s a problem, have it taken care of as soon as possible.” Research shows that there is $10 billion worth of vehicle maintenance and repair being neglected by Canadian consumers. Neglected vehicle care almost always means much higher costs down the line, either in the form of more extensive repairs or lost resale value. Courtesy of Be Car Care Aware Canada
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School is out and now your teenager wants to hit the road — in your car. In 2010, more than 49,000 teens got their first B.C. driver’s licence, according to an ICBC press release. But driving is especially risky when you lack experience as a new driver. Not only are new drivers more prone to crash, one in four of their crashes result in an injury or fatality. Here are five tips to help teens drive smart: ! Set the right example: Driving lessons start much earlier than you may realize – your children will observe your actions and attitude from a very young age. To set a good example, remember that most driving slip-ups result from lapses of attention – stay away from anything that takes your mind from the road whether it’s a cell phone, food, coffee or make-up.
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The country’s best badminton players are in town this week to fight for the 2011 Yonex Canada Open at the Richmond Olympic Oval. Pictured above is Monika Fasungova from Slovenia warming up. Top right, Petr Koukal from the Czech Republic gets in some practice. Right, national singles champion Michelle Li, national doubles champion Derrick Ng and Korean champion Yong Dae Lee. The tournament runs until July 24. Look online for more photos after the weekend at www.richmondnews.com.
Richmond City Baseball’s Black Sox win Interlock championships Richmond City Baseball’s Bantam A Black Sox completed a very successful season by winning the Interlock playoff championship on June 24 at Brighouse Field. After compiling an impressive 142 regular season record, the Black Sox defeated Burnaby South A’s and Vancouver
Cardinals to reach the championship game against the Richmond City’s Downtown Boys. The Downtown Boys led for much of the game but the Black Sox kept the score close. Justin Miura made a spectacular catch
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in left field to end the top of the seventh to keep his team within two runs. With Brock Glasgow and Justin Miura on base in the bottom of the seventh, Kieran Moon hit a 1-1 offering over the center field fence to secure the victory for the Black Sox.
The team coached by Eric Marriott and Andrew Weston. The roster also included: Gerrit Trouw, Jordan Balogh-Callow, Sean Rosenhek, Colin Szeplabi, Peter Li, Ryan Brown, Daniel Sekimoto-Hoh, Brock Glasgow, Kieran Moon and Justin Miura.
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Roadrunners snag silver Pee Wee A2 team ends season on high note at provincials
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The Richmond Roadrunner Pee Wee A2 lacrosse team saved its best for last, capping a tremendous season with a silver medal finish at the Provincial Championships in Vernon. It was a perfect time for the Roadrunners to be firing on all cylinders. They opened the eightteam tournament by going 3-0 in round-robin play. Richmond defeated host North Okanagan 9-4, then rolled to an impressive 13-4 triumph over Abbotsford. The third game saw the locals trailing 5-3 in the third period to Nanaimo, before storming back with a pair of goals to draw even, then netting the game winner in overtime. The Roadrunners moved onto the semi-finals where they upset favoured Surrey 10-8. The outstanding run concluded with a 12-6 loss to Langley in the championship game. Richmond actually led 3-2 in the late stages of the second period before a rash
Pee Wee A team wins silver at the 2011 Provincial Championships in Vernon this past weekend. of penalties and Langley’s superior talent pulled away for the win. “The boys put out a really good effort and came together at the right time,” explained proud head coach Rod Jensen. “With a few lucky breaks here and there, I think we could have taken Langley right down to the wire.” Overall, the team had some great individual achievements as well. The offence was led by first team all-star and tourna-
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BURKE MOUNTAIN, COQUITLAM
Under construction! Custom built for you! 3,900 square-foot home, 3 storeys, includes legal 2-bedroom basement suite. Large corner lot, in brand new subdivision. Hardwood ﬂoors, granite countertops, wrap-around sundeck and much more.
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Bach from $795 1 Bdrm from $910 2 Bdrm from $1061 3 Bdrm from $1273 Includes heat, hot water, D/W, Outdoor pool, gym & visual intercom. On a major bus route. Well maintained landscaped grounds.
RENTALS 604-275-2664 email@example.com www.caprent.com Family Friendly Complex Call for Details! 3 BR suites avail. June 1st. Outdoor pool, close to shopping, schools & transit. Heat & hot water inc. Small pets ok. SPECIAL $750 1 BR, $635 Bach., Bennett, Rmd Centre Nr McDonalds, w/w, Stv, Frg, laundry. 604-447-1563 or 937-5427
Duplexes - Rent
3 br sundeck, $1175 in 4 plex, +utils, 1250sf, bright, clean, own wd, good tenants, well managed, big yard, Williams & Gilbert, avail Aug 1, 604-250-9598
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ROOMMATE NEEDED to share 1800 sqft Townhouse in Port Moody, w/d, laminate floors, $595 incls utils, cable & internet, parking, indoor pool, nr SFU & Lougheed Mall. Suits professional working person or student. References Required. Avail Now. Call 778-846-5275
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2 BR grd flr, sep entry, new home suit single $1000 util incl’d, refs, ns, np, couple neg. 604-241-5999
RMD 2BR, 2 appls, near schools, shops, #5 & William, bus, np, ns, $900. Immed 604-277-6853
2 BR suite, sep entry, on Gilbert Rd, nr bus & school, ns np, $950 incl utils, avail now 604-241-9750 BACH, DELUX, Cambie & #5, upstairs suite in new home, full kitchen, bath, sundeck, n/s, n/p, avail NOW, $700incl utils/cable, internet. Call 604-338-5443
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1998 DODGE Neon $2500 obo Very Clean AC, PS, PB, good tires, 604-802-2344 2000 CHEVY Cavalier Sedan super clean. Low kms & a/c’d. Grt car at super low price. BCAA inspected $3,560. Auto Fleet 604-304-7653 stk 12240 www.autofleet.biz 2001 CHEV Cavalier, auto, 150,000 kms, new tires & brakes, very clean $3800. 604-230-8152 2007 CHEV Aveo LS 4d H/B. Grt kms,no acc’d. Fully inspected, clean front wheel drive, grt gas mileage $6,980 Auto Fleet 604-304-7653 www.autofleet.biz stk 12246
2005 Pontiac G6 145k, $5500 obo. V6 Auto, Red ext, Black cloth int., PW, PM, CD, very clean, good tires/brakes, mechanically perfect. Call (778) 549-6743. S.Surrey.
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1993 VW diesel camperized van, 5 spd, 276,587 kms, 46 km per gallon, $9900. 604-792-9049 or 604-316-8653
1996 FORD F150 ext cab, straight 6, 5 spd, +winter tires, $2,000 obo runs grt, 604-316-9561
2008 F-350 LARIAT S/C 4WD LWB (DVD) No acc’d, loaded Clean in/ out. BCAA inspected & Carproof $28,960. Auto Fleet 604-304-7653 www.autofleet.biz stk12172 2008 TOYOTA Tacoma 4x4 manual, 52,371 kms, 1 owner, grey ext. $23,900. 604-792-9049 or 604-316-8653
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1999 TOYOTA Sienna LE Minivan. Original owner, 250K mostly hwy. Grt cond. Runs great. A/c’d till March 2013 Hidden hitch. $3,900 OBO. 604-882-0039.
14 ALUMINUM DURABOAT, 25hp evinrude motor, fishing rods, incls trailer, $4995. 604-519-0075 EVINRUDE 9.9 HP 2 stroke, long shaft outboard motor, cost $2332, never used, Best offer over $1200. Call 604-271-4847
1979 SKYLARK trailer, 18.5 ft, good cond, F/S, bath/shower, orig owner. $4500 obo. 604-291-2090
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1993 TERRY 25’ 5th wheel, air & many extras too much to list. To be seen is to be appreciated. Selling for health reasons. 604-792-3403 or 604-316-1492
2005 29FT JaycoTrailer. like new, Awning, storage, slide, ac, $14,000obo in Chilliwack, used once.. 604-997-9201 20FT TRAILOR, top cond, slps 4, a/c, dbl gazed windows, furnace, loaded $4,000 obo 604-325-8304
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