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Ann Nguyen

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Co-founder & Editor-in-Chief, Culture Magazin© Ann holds a Bachelor's Degree from McMaster University and a Master of Science Degree from the University of Toronto. She is also currently managing director of Share Your Love Relief Inc., a non-profit organization devoted to helping the underprivileged and is an avid supporter of many charitable endeavours. She believes the duty of preserving and promoting the culture rest upon her generation, the 1.5 generation and therefore, she has co-founded Culture Magazin© with its mission to bridge East and West be a facilitator of cultural exchange for both sides.

Should You Buy, Or Not?

Adam Pham, B.A., Ph.D. Real Estate Broker Sutton Group - Central Realty Inc; Brokerage Direct: (416) 893-6288 24/7:(905) 458- 7979 Adam Pham left Vietnam in 1985. After 16 years living in Eastern Europe, he completed his Doctor of Philosophy in...
Thư toàn soạn 4/2017

EDITORS’ LETTER – April 2017

Ann Nguyen - Editor in chief After the frosty chills of winter, spring sunshine is greeted with much anticipation and excitement. Look closely and you will see the sparkle of fresh, morning dew lingering on...

EDITORS’ LETTER – March 2017

Dear readers! As we put together this issue, the crisp white snow was still sprinkling down from the grey sky, floating to the ground with elegance and pureness. For those of you who are looking...
Culture Magazine 2017

EDITORS’ LETTER – January 2017

Happy New Year to all our beloved readers! A fresh year is beginning but old feelings still linger. The value of ancient traditions will probably never change. For some Asians, red brings good luck, therefore,...

EDITORS’ LETTER – July 2016

Dear readers, There is no denying that digital technology is revolutionizing the world. But in the back of my mind I have some questions. Will hardcopy print products be around in the future? Or will...

Canadian Hockey A Culture Beacon

Hockey is our national sport. The game is invariably tied to our collective senses of what it means to be Canadian, and is perhaps our most identifiable icon. As an immigrant, especially one of...