Still plenty of ways to celebrate Asian Heritage Month, ‘expand your world view’ during pandemic

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Asian Heritage Society says month also includes efforts to address increase in hate after COVID-19

Before the COVID-19 pandemic forced physical distancing requirements, Asian Heritage Month celebrations usually included public performances. ‘Now is the time to find inspiration and expand your world view’ through other means, like reading a book or watching a movie, says Asian Heritage Society of Manitoba president Alan Wong. (Photo by Daniel Chan)

Asian Heritage Month 2020 is unlike any that we have experienced in the past 18 years of the Asian Heritage Society of Manitoba. Founded to celebrate Asian-Canadian heritage, culture and arts, while recognizing their contributions to society, all the free events normally held depend on social gatherings and bringing communities together.

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