New Year, New Series

Just launched recently, Culture Channel has received much support from both Vietnam and Canada. We would like to thank all our amazing readers and audience for following and supporting us.

This new year, is a new experience and Culture sincerely is introducing a new, exciting series to you:

Bridging the Gap  aims to connect people through the life stories shared by Vietnamese and Canadians in the “country of maple leafs.”

Taste of the World introduces the experiences and culinary delights of hotspots in the GTA.

Fashion & Beauty features current beauty trends, editor’s picks of products, shopping and product reviews, fashion and beauty tips.

The series already launched will continue on our channel, including: Recipe/Tips & Tricks, Discover and Explore Ontario, Explore Vietnam, Health and Wellness, and Coming to Canada.

Let’s go on YouTube! Search for our name, Culture Channel, and don’t hesitate to subscribe and click the bell icon to receive notifications of our new videos!

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