Chinese Brush Painting & Watercolour Exhibition (Toronto - October 2019)

Designed by Fête Chinoise, these beautiful characters were written by Master Debbie Mak. Each quote represented a message about time as we live our busy lives. Chinese idioms are filled with wisdom about time and the pursuit of knowledge. Master Debbie Mak is part of a larger exhibition in Toronto this week, entitled: “PASSION ART: Chinese Brush Painting & Watercolour.”

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Mid-Autumn Festival at CF Markville, CF Richmond Centre, and CF Pacific Centre

In collaboration with Fête Chinoise, Cadillac Fairview invites you to a series of pop-art-inspired Lantern Pavilions that you won't want to miss! You'll also be able to purchase a delicious custom mooncake in a limited edition keepsake tin. There's a special perk from Saint Germain that comes with each exclusive 2019 CF mooncake!

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Collected Letters: Interview with Liu Jianhua

Collected Letters uses traditional Chinese porcelain as its medium; porcelain is one of the materials that Liu have been practicing with for many years. What Liu was hoping for when he chose porcelain as the material for this installation was to bring it to the artistic practices of the contemporary and to reinvest it with new functions.

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Chan Hon Goh brings Chinese Canadian ballet heritage to Bayview Village

Many Torontonians are celebrating the official arrival of Ms. Chan Hon Goh’s second ballet school this month. She was the first principal dancer of Chinese heritage to perform as part of the National Ballet of Canada, and her sparkling career continues to shine as she brings her art and her craft from British Columbia to Ontario.

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