Book Launch – The Woman from the North: Between Life and Death in North Korea

Date: May 25 | 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM


Willowdale Emmanuel United Church | 349 Kenneth Ave. Toronto M2N 4V9


5:30 PM – 6:00 PM Registration, Food & Networking

6:00 PM – 7:00 PM Greetings; Author’s Story

7:00 PM – 7:30 PM Q&A

7:30 PM – 8:00 PM Photos, Autographs & Networking

Registration: FREE

You may want to buy and read the book in advance. Please indicate on the registration if you want to buy the book at the event.

HostThe Peaceful Unification Advisory Council - Toronto


Canada Korea Business Council |    

Han Voice |

Korean Office for Research & Education (KORE) at York University |


It’s almost summer!
Are you excited for the return of TAIWANfest?

This year, let’s continue the Dialogue with Asia series. Join us in exploring the Stories of Independence with Indonesia and Malaysia!

A Cultural Harmony

Angklung is a traditional bamboo instrument from Indonesia.

In Pingtung, Huang Quanlin and Cai Bingjun, the co-founders of Angklung Taiwan, bring together families of all cultural backgrounds with angklung music, and introduce their children to their mother’s culture, generations woven together through traditional melodies...

To Carry The Weight Together

To them, Taiwan is like a second home. When we take the time to “sit on the ground” together and learn about each other’s cultures, this group of people are no longer invisible labour. They are also people living on the island.

PIDC Presents Filipino Heritage Month and Salu-Salo Community Picnic

June 4, 2022 the Philippine Independence Day Council (PIDC),
would like to extend a warm invitation to all and to attend the Salu-Salo
Community Picnic, celebrating Filipino Heritage Month. In what has become a
community tradition, over the past several years, this year marks a special
occasion as it will serve as a kick-off for the nationally recognized, Filipino
Heritage Month. The event will be a pot luck an will be taking place at Earl Bales
Park, located next to Bathurst Street and Sheppard Avenue, with ceremonies
commencing at 10 am.
This event is being Chaired by Ben Corpuz, PIDC Vice President External and
his co-chair is Rory Elefano, Treasurer, with Agnes Miranda as the President.
The community potluck picnic will be an event for everyone to enjoy and share in
the day’s festivities, the array of so many traditional cuisines and exchange of
camaraderie; performances, games and volleyball tournament.
PIDC would like to graciously express its sincerest gratitude to all our sponsors
for their ongoing support in our goal in celebrating the best of what the
Philippines has to offer. Foremost the participation of the many Filipino
Organizations and the individuals which will be highlighted in the Community
Parade along the park.
For more information about the picnic, please visit our website: Facebook page: Philippine Independence Day
Council - Home Facebook or call: Ben 647-463-1048, Rory 647-274-1831 or
email: bencorpuz9@gmail com or

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