Eileen Feng Gu is receiving harsh criticism for choosing to represent China and not the U.S, her country of birth, at the Winter Games.
Chinese supermarkets and shops in Toronto are all decked for Chinese New Year, one of the most historical and iconic festivals with traditional decorations and various congratulations, in the midst of the Omicron variant and the anticipated reopening plan. Among the numerous salutations, the one that stands out is, undoubtedly, “Happy Chinese New Year.”
Canada’s Julie Kozun racked up points for her team, but it wouldn’t be enough to push the Canadians into the gold medal game in women’s sitting volleyball.
An old adage in sports is that your best players need to be your best players, and that was certainly the case for the Canadian women’s volleyball team in their 3-0 victory over host nation Japan Wednesday night at Makuhari Messe Hall.
The Canadian women’s goalball team has been eliminated from competition after falling to China 4-2. Despite the efforts of teammates Emma Reinke and captain Amy Burk, Canada’s two goals wouldn’t be enough to push them…
Montreal natives Alison Levine and Iulian Ciobanu both failed to qualify for the quarter-finals after the group play stage in the boccia mixed BC4 individual event at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics. It’s a disappointing result…
In the midst of the growing coronavirus problem, government officials have assured the public that everything is under control.
Thursday the Toronto Raptors won its first NBA title, but they weren’t the only basketball team in Canada that night with a noteworthy victory.
Jia Zhen Liao remembers the day she lost her family. “I was a young girl then and didn’t know what was happening,” she said. In the early 1940s, young village children in the Canton province of China spent their days playing, tending the crops or performing various chores.
When Microsoft’s chief research officer took to the stage in Tianjin, China, last month, his language skills made an auditorium of hundreds of native Mandarin speakers applaud wildly. But he only spoke English at the conference. As he explained new developments in instantaneous translation and interpretation, Rick Rashid’s English spoken words were simultaneously translated robotically to Mandarin. The stunned crowd applauded the new computer system that can recognize human speech patterns, thanks to a U of T research team.