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.
P. Anne Winter writes: Spotlight on Japan is a three-month cultural program, an exciting time for all Japanophiles. It goes from January 19 to
This weekend, there’s Mexico’s Day of the Dead, an Asian festival, the annual Holocaust Education Week, and English country dancing. Most of
Wow. How can anyone possibly choose what to do from this weekend’s amazing variety of free or nearly-free events? And all of them
This weekend is centered around the big Caribbean Carnival Festival with its Grand Parade on Saturday. Monday is the August Civic Public Holiday.
The free or nearly free ethnic culture events this weekend begin on Thursday with a lesson in cardio fitness the African way.
P. Anne Winter writes about this unique and highly recommended annual summer event. Please save Saturday July 14 for this free combined event
P. Anne Winter writes about the Hachioji Kuruma Ningyo Puppets. Even though it was outside our usual free or nearly free guidelines, I decided
I finally had a chance to catch the moving posters of many of Tamasaburo’s fine performances at the Japan Foundation. What a treat! As
Last month, I was fortunate to attend all four of the Japan Foundation’s Kabuki HD films at the Scotiabank Theatre. I noted that