Trouble at Home: Vancouver’s Housing Evolution

It’s been a year since I last posted about a solution and a few weeks since the British Columbia government finally decided to crack down the never-plummeting stock that is the Vancouver Housing Market — and despite all that, we’re still nowhere near a formidable solution. And even as the housing market continues to grow and house…

What’s SO Wrong with being Politically Correct?

Political correctness. PC culture. When hearing these two words combined in today’s America, you are bound to hear two contrasting reactions. One of deep concern and one of deep disdain. One side feels the need to embrace PC culture to enable a better future, while the other side feels this culture rather disables future growth….

Wheelchair Lift

Mobility is one of those things that we often take for granted. While most of us tend to be physically able to move anywhere, a growing population don’t face the same luxury. Especially with a growing rate of baby-boomers transitioning into wheelchairs or mobility assisting technology, it’s an important issue to be concerned about. One…

Thermionic Road Converters

With more automobile units being produced, more greenhouse gases emerging, and with increasing urbanization, it is no wonder that the hottest year on the planet is the one which we are in. While it’s true that globalization as such is hard to tame at this exponential rate and the concept of climate change is a…

Unproductive Policy

It’s fair to say that governmental legislation has tendency to be controversial. Sometimes you may agree, and sometimes you may disagree. But the beauty of it all is that we, as society, can come together and have a reasonable discussion about it. Furthermore, the ability to question a government decision freely is one of the…

Piezoelectric Weather Panels

In this day and age, climate disruption is escalating to a whole new level. While support for coal and mining has gone down, humanity still relies far too heavily on the oil and gas industry. And why shouldn’t they? They have been reliable, consistent, and integral to the global economy. That said, the oil and…

Traffic Cohesion: Improving Bike Safety

Here we are in April. On the West Coast, the days are getting longer and significantly warmer. Such conditions will want to make you go out for a long hike, drive, or bike ride. And why shouldn’t you? Living a true west-coast lifestyle entails an inherent love for exploration. Nothing should stop you – especially…

Accountable Control

Here we are in the height of another election season. Shots are being taken, stunning blows are occurring, and this whole process is still 7 months from its climax. In the midst of this whole situation is one underlying question: who will prove to be the strongest leader? Because at the end of the day,…

A Blue Rose Story

As some readers may know, I recently, alongside with my friend Abhinav Menon, started a social fundraising initiative called “For The Kids” in hopes of fundraising for various charitable causes (forthekidsfund.com). Our first initiative is called the “The Blue Rose Project”, and our hope is to raise funds for the Blue Rose Special School in Kandy,…

Landing Pages

Another holiday season has passed for the transportation industry. One that has assuredly been profitable and exciting for all competitors. Even without the most ideal global economic situation, the transportation sector seems to be doing quite alright. In a world of increased industrialization and mobilization, travel by air, rail, sea, and land may never be…