Category : China

  Toronto hosts North America’s largest documentary film festival April 26-May 6 and yes, some people can get in free or almost free. There

  The official date for the Chinese festival of Qingming or Chingming (Cantonese) is April 4 in China. The event is also celebrated in

238. Report on March 10 Tibetan Rally

Our Toronto Tibetan elderly are tough. On March 10, they spent 30 minutes at a rally with almost a thousand younger Tibetans. They stood

229. A Not-so-Happy Tibetan New Year

February 22 is Losar, the first day of the Tibetan New Year. It is a 15-day holiday, but the first three days are the

218. Chinese New Year in Toronto

    January 23 this year is the first day of the Chinese New Year but the celebrating has already started. A lot more

213. New Year’s Resolutions and Dragon Boat Racing

  Dragon Boat races in January? Of course not, but January 1 is the time to think about New Year’s resolutions. If you haven’t

182. Multicultural Toronto September 16-18 Weekend

As far as I can see, this weekend’s big ethnic events are the Polish, Ukrainian, and the Samba (Brazilian) street festivals. The Vietnamese Mid-Autumn

179. Toronto’s Moon, Lantern, or Mid-Autumn Festivals

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

175. Drum and Dance Festival in Mississauga

Too bad there weren’t more participants on Saturday at the annual Drum and Dance Festival in Mississauga. It was a pity because we had

Which Chinese New Year’s celebration is meant for you? Let me know if you’re doing something interesting. If you have small children, the public