With the spread of the Omicron variant, Lunar New Year celebrations had to, once again, be significantly scaled back.
Lunar New Year is an important time for some members of the Asian community, but due to COVID, much of the celebrations have to be changed.
When it’s late at night and parties end, stomachs start to growl. Nightly cravings arise and people demand something tasty to satisfy their hunger.
Many Torontonians pride themselves on being able to find the trendiest neighbourhoods, shops and restaurants. In short, to be able to find unique places within the city. If you’re one of those people, you just might have to head down to Spadina Avenue to check out one of Toronto’s newest stores.
Lucky Moose Food Market owner David Chen said he’s endorsing Jonh Tory’s mayoral bid despite having received help previously from other mayoral candidate Olivia Chow.
Toronto Observer reporter Doua Hreiche caught the dragons as they whirled and leaped around the Chinatown Business Improvement Area to bring good luck to merchants for the Year of the Horse.
Persistent snow and rain did nothing to dampen the Lunar New Year spirit in Chinatown on the weekend.
A young man, larger than life on the silver screen, points out his favourite parts of Toronto’s downtown Chinatown before looking straight into the camera and declaring, “I’m Vietnamese.” The film, Suite Suite Chinatown, was part of the 14th Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival.
A Rob Ford endorsement and the support of members of the Chinese community didn’t prove enough for Mike Yen against incumbent Adam Vaughan in Ward 20. First-time candidate Mike Yen faced an uphill battle attempting…
Toronto Police have released the description of a man wanted in connection with the murder of a 17-year-old boy in a Chinatown restaurant over the weekend.