Monthly Archives: June 2014

I was invited to make an appearance on Friday, June 27th, 2014, at Art Case 2014 at International Summer Night Market in Richmond, BC. “Art Case is a fun one night …
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On April 21st, 2014, I did a photo shoot with the best photographer, Harrison Ha. Harrison is a reporter/photographer for Sing Tao Daily Newspaper, and we knew each other through …
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On the evening of Saturday, June 21st, I volunteered at Relay For Life in Vancouver for Canadian Cancer Society. “Relay For Life is an inspirational, non-competitive, 12-hour overnight fundraising event …
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I had a fantabulous time on Saturday, June 21st, at Multicultural Festival held at Bonsor Recreation Complex in Burnaby, BC. This event was held to celebrate the cultural diversity in …
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The past month and a half has been filled with laughter, smiles, and plenty of dancing. I will dedicate this blog to everyone I worked with for all my performances …
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In this post, I would like to thank the media publications that I have been involved with up until now. I genuinely appreciate each of the reporters that spent their …
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On Saturday, June 14th, I had the chance to attend Whistler Water One Climb (in support of Free The Children) on Grouse Mountain, along with my school, Burnaby North’s, Free the Children Club. …
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Like I mentioned in my introduction post, I am actively involved with my school newspaper, Viking View. My article on Free The Children was published in the June issue this …
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On Tuesday, June 10th, 2014, I attended Youth Volunteer Fair at Richmond Secondary along with my dance crew. This event was organized entirely by youths, who were part of the …
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“Held on the first Saturday of every June, Hats Off Day is when Heights merchants ‘take their hats off’ to their community and their customers, and the entire Heights community …
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