Sorry, but our exceptionally cold weather this year has cut our big, outdoor new year celebration in Nathan Phillips Square down to thirty minutes.
You might want to consider Pedestrian Sunday in Kensington Market as one of the many events we have in this city’s mosaic of cultures.
Who are the Hakka people? Why is Toronto hosting a Hakka conference? Why should you bother reading this blog? I first heard of the
Stalls in Toronto’s many Chinatowns are already selling lucky laisee envelopes, calligraphy, and pictures of the Kitchen God. Just tour a Chinese mall to
Ruth writes: If you think you’ve seen a lion dance and don’t need to see any more, please think again. During the Chinese
We’ve had a query about Masala! Mehndi! Masti! for Seniors. We couldn’t find anything about that festival at all for 2013. Please let us
This weekend, our giant Santa Claus parade marches and waves it way through downtown Toronto. Our 60 ft. (18.29 metre)-high Christmas tree gets
What Multicultural Toronto books do you recommend for people who want to read about our diversity? As you probably know already, Toronto has some
This coming weekend May 25-27, there’s Doors Open, an opportunity to visit any of 135 buildings including a Turkish mosque, an exquisite Tibetan
Many China-related cultures consider the September full moon the most beautiful of the year. This year, it’s on September 12. It is a time