P. Anne Winter writes: Okinawa is an amazing group of over 160 islands at the southern tip of Japan. Because it is so close
Sunday, July 28, 2013 10:00am to 10:00pm at Yonge-Dundas Square. This festival is open to the public and free for
P. Anne Winter writes: In Toronto we are fortunate to have at least two very different celebrations of these combined festivals.
P. Anne Winter writes: Now for something different from our usual blogs. Here are videos to show you highly-accomplished traditional Ryukyu dancer Tomomi Mayaki.These
P. Anne Winter writes: It is always exciting to find new cultural activities going on in Toronto. Such was the case when I checked out
P. Anne Winter writes: Every year I find I need to emphasize how popular this huge bazaar is. Do come early and bring family
Japan has given us some wonderful cultural gifts and it just keeps on giving. If you’ve already looked at our blogs on Spotlight
P. Anne Winter writes: This is my third year writing about Japan’s spring festival for Toronto Multicultural Calendar. It probably won’t be my last.
Many Chinese New Year celebrations are aimed at Toronto’s Chinese. Harbourfront’s LunarFest is for everybody and it’s entirely in English. It’s participatory. You can
P. Anne Winter writes: Japanophiles can happily become saturated with the flurry of new events added to Spotlight on Japan. Between January 4 and April 25, it has at