Editors’ Letter – November 2019

Ringing the neighbour’s doorbell on the evening of October 31, waiting for the door to open, chanting “trick or treat” and being given candy is probably the most exciting experience of the year for children. Learn more about this interesting tradition in this issue. Then, we introduce you to tasteful, runway fashion collections and examine how to achieve high style in a sustainable way. Plus, join us in exploring the world’s most beautiful show, Hoi An Memories.

The cover story is dedicated to actress Ninh Duong Lan Ngoc who shares her secrets of success and also her challenges after being in the field for 10 years. We spend five minutes with talented young female director Carol Nguyen, a second generation Vietnamese Canadian. If you want to be inspired, read the story of Chau Pham, a doctor who has devoted her life to helping others.

Along with other useful articles, Culture Magazin gently comes to you as the cool breeze of late autumn to create excitement and make every day more beautiful.

I hope you enjoy the splendor of this beautiful season and stay warm!

Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to let things go.

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