It’s the Chinese Lunar New Year around the corner.
Ever since the first Chinese landed on the west coast of Canada more than 200 years ago, the relationships between the two countries and their people have been growing and thriving year on year.
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Canada? Is it a maple leaf, hockey or beaver? Besides those Canadian symbols, how well do you know Canada?
The rise of Asia and Canada-Asia relations are no longer topics that only interest diplomats and investors.
Around the world, we observe Remembrance Day on November 11th. On this day, we commemorate the soldiers who sacrificed their lives for our countries.
While English and French remain the most dominant languages spoken in Canadian homes, linguistic diversity is growing across the country.
As an immigrant, Canada Day has a special place in my heart. It brings out the pride of being a Canadian – from the sea of people dressed in red and white, maple leaf flags, to the national anthem.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a trek to China — his first official visit — last week, and closed out his Asia visit this week.
In this day and age, there are so many different social media to choose from.
2016 is the 4713th year in the Chinese calendar. Lichun (立春) traditionally signifies the first day of spring, which falls on February 4, 2016.