May Wong

May is an author and speaker (Chinese and Canadian history), and maker of beautiful handmade things in yarn and fabric. She is expanding her creative expression through watercolour painting. She is a practitioner of Kenpo Karate.

inspiration from artists

Find Inspiration from Artists

If you want inspiration to ignite your own creativity, whether it be dance, choreography, playing an instrument, musical composition, singing, sculpture, painting, drawing, videography, photography, acting, fabric arts, or writing, the digital photo album below, of 130 Asian-Canadian artists might be the right source.   You will be introduced to artists from around the country,

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just breathe

Just Breathe

This past week, listening to the news around the world, I felt like I was living under a dark cloud. The ongoing war in the Ukraine. The number of people forcibly displaced due to violence or protracted conflict in countries including Ukraine, Ethiopia, Burkina Faso, Myanmar, Nigeria, Afghanistan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo

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Baby Juncos

Baby Juncos!

A few weeks ago I wrote about how communities celebrate Spring, the season of rebirth in nature. Spring bulbs pushing through the ground, flowering trees bursting in glorious colours. Hard not to keep stopping to take pictures of the delicate blossoms along my walking routes. A rare spring gift was a nest that a mother

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