Editors’ Letter – June 2019

Dear readers,
First of all, I’d like to wish a happy 152nd birthday to Canada on July 1st.

I’m glad to report the first trip on the journey of returning to our Vietnamese roots has ended. In this issue, we have announced that The Best Vietnamese Soy Sauce 2019 award belongs to Nuoc Tuong Nam Duong (Nam Duong Soy Sauce). Congratulations!

You can also read about the new Saigon Park in the article Canada’s First Park Named Saigon. Meet Paul Nguyen, the only Vietnamese-Canadian who won a place in Canada’s Volunteer Awards 2018. Or you can learn about Kyo York, an American singer who has a Vietnamese soul and shares fun stories about cultural differences between East and West. In the Heritage column, you will be surprised to learn about all the challenges that salt farmers are faced with. After that, join Maureen Littlejohn on a cruise trip to Normandy with her father, or follow her as she samples the delicious dishes of Montreal. There are still more articles waiting for you to explore such as improving your relationships, and fashion and beauty tips.

Spend a little time relaxing this summer with Culture. We promise that this issue will not let you down. And wherever you may travel, bon voyage!

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