The Origami is an online magazine committed to sharing stories that shape the lives of Asian Canadians in Toronto. I feel very honoured to be included in one of its recent blog posts. That Blog is at: http://theorigami.ca/2013/12/04/culture-keeper/ .
But don’t let it keep you from looking at some of the other posts in this Blog. There’s one about Joy Kogawa, author of Obasan and poet. Ogawa is working on a memoir about forgiveness and grieving. It is called, Gently to Nagasaki.
There’s one about a Filipino immigrant’s take on the Rob Ford saga. She writes, ”I thought I had left all these behind: the naked abuse of power, the revolting culture of entitlement and get-out-of-jail free cards, the scandals and boondoggles…”
And don’t miss the Where are you from Blog at: http://theorigami.ca/2013/10/24/156/. I wish we could post something like that too. You might want to subscribe to this Blog also.