Kaishin Chu

Systems Thinker | Strategic Problem Solver | Experience Cultivator

Author: kchu

The DTES Response Project | 2020

“When it became obvious that COVID-19 was a threat to the already vulnerable residents, a handful of community advocates sprang into action. They knew that frequent hand washing was one of the most important ways to combat COVID-19 — however, how do you wash your hands if you don’t even have soap?” Cue DTES Response…

Mosaic BC’s IWERC Program | 2018-2019

Mosaic BC | IWERC Program Immigrant Women Employment Readiness Connections Program – 2-week long Innovative Thinking Training Portion  A 10 days immersive/hands-on workshop for new immigrant professional women from different backgrounds and cultures. Participants learn to become job-ready ‘innovative thinkers’ through Design Thinking & Service Design, where they will discover how to work with local…

"Only a few people can see but most people don’t even look."

Take street pictures because it hones your instincts for speed and for quick composition. But above all

Autumn in Vancouver

Autumn in Vancouver, a photo by kaishin | dash of food on Flickr.

Stretching Creative Boundaries

Hope everyone has been having a great summer. It’s been nothing short of fabulous here in Vancouver, almost too busy with all the summer activities 😉 One nice activity has been my going to life drawing drop-in sessions this summer, to limber up my drawing skills, and ability to perceive form better. It’s been a…

New variation on my experiments with ume shio | Ume Appletini

Taken at Dash of food

Summer goodness. Fresh heirloom tomato with fresh mozzarella

Radish snackin' #radish #vancouver #dashoffood

Taken at Dash of food

Moelleux au Chocolat avec gelato vanille

View from the cafe across the street #fb #sketch

Melancholy afternoon. #BurrardBridge #vancouver #ipad #paper53 #asketchaday #saturday

Itsy bitsy spider hanging out on Munny this morn'.

La Vie!

Burrard Bridge at Night

Peonies always brings happiness :)

Taken at Kaishin Creative Studio

Ribeye steak with red wine garlic and black pepper jus, on a bed of baby spinach

Taken at Dash of food

Personal growth brings wisdom, who knew ;)

It’s been 2 years since having moved back to Vancouver, and taken on the responsibilities of being the guardian for my elderly father with Alzheimer’s and delusional dementia. It has been the most intensive life experience out of my many years on this earth, and I feel proud to have managed to survive all the…


PhoneGap is an open source implementation of open standards. That means developers and companies can use PhoneGap for mobile applications that are free, commercial, open source, or any combination of these. The PhoneGap project will always remain free and open source under an MIT license. via phonegap.com I love the spirit in which Open Source…