Editor's Letter

Culture Magazin’s Print Edition is Back!

When the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted our lives, I remembered the words of author and motivational speaker Vivian Greene, “Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass. It’s about learning how to...

Plant Power

BODY OIL A luscious bath and body oil that absorbs quickly to soften,...

Recharge Energy for Life

A charming woman who attracts others is a woman who is knowledgeable, experienced and who transmits positive energy to people. The following four books give women lessons on positive thinking, which help them overcome challenges...

Editor’s Letter – Mar 2020

I recently read in the Washington Post that the editors-in-chief of prestigious law journals at the top 16 law schools in the United States are all women. This is an historic first. Heading into...

Editor’s Letter – Jan 2020

We are stepping into 2020, a new year, a brand-new decade, and a new 12-year cycle of the animal signs, starting with Year of the Rat. Together, let’s embrace the new year with fresh beginnings,...

Editors’ Letter – December 2019

The pine trees are lit up and the streets are decorated to welcome Christmas. It is time to say farewell to the old year and look forward to a new year. Have...

Editors’ Letter – November 2019

Ringing the neighbour’s doorbell on the evening of October 31, waiting for the door to open, chanting "trick or treat" and being given candy is probably the most exciting experience of the...

Editors’ Letter – September 2019

William A. Ward, an American writer of inspiration maxims, once said a great teacher inspired his or her students. For this back-to-school issue, Culture Magazin features stories of role models who inspire...

New Canadian Air Passenger Protection Regulations Put in Action Last Month

Airlines will now have to compensate passengers for damaged luggage and delayed flights. This new protection law took effect on July 15, 2019. The air passenger protection regulations require...

Exporting Vietnamese Coffee Facing Difficulties

After being introduced to coffee by French missionaries in 1857, it was discovered that Vietnam had the appropriate environment to grow coffee. With government assistance, by the early 1990’s, Vietnam became the...

Canada Calls for Action Against Global Issues During the G20 Summit

On June 28th and 29th, Justin Trudeau gained international (or, at least, Twitter’s) attention for his choice of accessory. Notably, the two Canada themed stickers decorating his briefcase. This is not the...

Editors’ Letter – July 2019

Dear readers, I’m proud to announce the launch of Culture Channel on YouTube at the start of July. Don’t hesitate to check out our...

The Blossoming of Ontario’s Lavender

As the warm weather approaches, it is time to go outside and take a breath of fresh air. At Terre Bleu Farm, located west of Toronto, that air is wonderfully fragrant. Ontario’s...

Center for Sustainable Development Studies

The Center for Sustainable Development Studies (CSDS) is a non-profit organization founded in 2009 in Hanoi with the goal to further the sustainable development of Vietnam through community-based interventions. In 2012, CSDS...

Canada’s First Park Named Saigon

As we come together to celebrate Canada’s 152nd birthday on July 1st, it’s time to go back through history to understand what makes up this country called Canada, especially how it has recognized the...

OHIP May No Longer Be Covered For Canadians Traveling Abroad – Proposes By The Ontario Government

The Health Minister representative announced on Wednesday that Ontarian government is lobbying to cut OHIP’s Out-of-Country Travellers Program due to concern about the province’s $11.7 billion deficit. Progressive Conservative...

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