Editor’s Letter – Nov 2020

The last leaves of autumn have fallen and winter is coming. This season will probably be more difficult than previous ones because the pandemic is adding to the cold. It approaches us every day, forcing us to be alert and strictly implement safety measures, including keeping a safe social distance from each other.

Covid-19 has restricted travel, so Culture is pleased to lead you to new lands through our magazine’s pages. The first travel story captures beautiful autumn moments in Toronto’s Bronte Creek Park. The next one delivers stunning aerial views of Saigon and misty glimpses of Lao Cai province in northwestern Vietnam. Finally, our world travel story takes you to the tiny African country of eSwatini where outdoor adventures with wildlife will help regenerate your energy.

Looking for a tasty, cultural lift? Let us introduce you to tips for making delicious coffee.

A must read is our cover story. John Huy Trần is a Vietnamese-Canadian dancer who has built a successful career in Vietnam.

For more inspiration, you can read about Tran Tuan An, a talented Vietnamese guitarist in the United States.

We hope you enjoy all we have to offer in this issue.

Stay warm…and safe!

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