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 dance in the rain.” Each of us is practicing to adapt to the “new normal” created by this virus.

Returning after a pause, this issue of Culture Magazin aims to bring you joyful and hopeful feelings. The cover story is as beautiful as a fairytale. It’s about the love of a famous couple in Vietnamese showbiz, Dong Nhi and Ong Cao Thang.

Our inspirational profile showcases the progression, passion, sweetness and optimism of a Vietnamese-Canadian dancer and actor, Mickeey Nguyen.

Culture Magazin’s travel section is always a must-read. Perhaps this is especially true since we have been so limited in our ability to move about. Let us introduce you to a secret trove of architectural treasures you can find tucked away in East Toronto. You can also dream about a future trip to the golden sunshine and white sand of Riviera Nayarit, considered an emerging gem of Mexico’s Pacific Coast.

In the beauty section, do not miss the pink, flower-petal nail polish tips from the Bio Sculpture brand. You’ll also find instructions for achieving a happy face with a medical spa facial, plus other interesting and helpful articles.

Borrowing a lyric from Jamaican reggae singer-songwriter Bob Marley’s song Three Little Birds, the editorial team at Culture Magazin would like to send you an uplifting thought… “Don’t worry about a thing, ‘Cause every little thing gonna be all right.”

Let’s join hands to repel the COVID-19 pandemic! With love

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