The world is indeed in Toronto and you can experience it without a visa or a plane ticket or spending very much money. Canada,
Spiritual services and fun secular events are on this week in Multicultural Toronto. You can ask your neighbours if you can join them. There’s
On the weekend of August 12-14, you can find yourself in Africa, Bolivia, Italy, Japan, South Asia and Sri Lanka without getting on an
Korean, Japanese and Chinese tea ceremonies — each different – will be demonstrated at the Toronto Tea Festival. Lots of tea samples to compare.
Ruth writes: Can outsiders help end civil wars? The launch of a new book on Norway’s controversial role in the Sri Lankan civil war
September 13. 12-8pm. The Sri Lankan festival celebrates that country’s famous dish Kothu at the Scarborough Town Centre – easily accessible by subway. http://kothufest.com/
Ruth writes: I used to suggest that visiting a Buddhist temple during a festival was the best time for newcomers to learn about Buddhism.
Ruth writes: At the Royal Ontario Museum this past weekend, I found the South Asian Heritage Days especially fun, but for unexpected reasons. The
The Tamil Chariot Festival last Sunday took us to South India and Sri Lanka for two hours. It was at the