Category : Hong Kong

862. Affordable Events March 7–16+ in Multicultural Toronto – 2019.

My husband has been struggling with cancer and heart disease for the last four years. I have accompanied him frequently to a couple of

854. December 21-31 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018

Christmas services Portuguese, Danish or Tamil style. Bringing in the New Year meditating in the Korean or Japanese Buddhist way. These are among the

753. April 22–30 in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

The world is indeed in Toronto and you can experience it without a visa or a plane ticket or spending very much money. Canada,

717. Jan. 21-Feb. 5 Affordable Chinese New Year’s Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

The Chinese/Lunar New Year/Spring Festival Year of the Rooster begins Saturday, January 28. Chinese-speakers represent about 12% of Toronto’s population so you can be

715. January 11-18 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Here are a few of the many stimulating events inspired by the world that we can  find in Multicultural Toronto. Believe me, there are

713. New Year’s Fireworks Around the World – 2017

Do you love watching fireworks live on television as people celebrate the New Year in many cities around the world. They reach Toronto on

706. December 9-15 & Beyond. Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2016

During this season, I’ve found several traditional Toronto events that are worth while considering for multicultural fans. I aim for food for the mind

684. August 25-28 and Later Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2016

If you are interested in cultures in Toronto from Brazil, Cuba, Hong Kong, India, Korea, Syria, and/or Taiwan, mark your calendar now for the

484. A Report with Videos of South Asia at the ROM 2014

Ruth writes: At the Royal Ontario Museum this past weekend, I found the South Asian Heritage Days especially fun, but for unexpected reasons. The

482. My Typical Weekend in Multicultural Toronto 2014 (with video)

Ruth writes: Someone asked me the other day if I went to all the festivals in Toronto. Yikes! I once counted one year’s worth