What started out as a magazine exploring the identity of the “hyphenated Canadian”, Living Hyphen now produces podcasts that uncover what it means to live in between cultures.
When the COVID-19 pandemic broke out in March 2020, Winnie Chan was working for an insurance company.
Reflecting on the Philippines from abroad, I’ve had the chance to work with amazing communities in our islands’ global diasporas.
Editor: In February of this year, a possible strike and walk-out by custodial staff was averted when a tentative deal was struck between union and management at the Capilano University.
When I asked my children what they wanted for dinner one evening, they said, “We want Filipino food.” That gave me pause, because at their age, it never occurred to me to qualify what I eat. Everything I ate was Filipino food.
Among Filipinos in Canada today, there are two distinct groups that will eventually become the face of Canadian Filipinos of the future:
Beautiful British Columbia – to anyone who has ever visited B.C. – is a place synonymous with breathtaking scenery.
A vibrant culture, world-class hospitality, natural wonders and a friendly English-speaking population are among the winning traits that the Philippines hopes will lure more foreign retirees into living and staking their future in the country.