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 performance to promote and showcase the [youth] art faculty, and is partly sponsored by Richmond Community Fund & International Night Market.” – Art Case Facebook page
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 my interview with the newspaper, as he took some of the pictures of me for the article (see blog post about this).
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 that brings you and your community together to celebrate life and fight cancer. Relay has a festival-like atmosphere that your family, friends and co-workers can enjoy regardless of age or fitness level!” – Relay For Life website
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 South Burnaby, and I was glad that I could be apart of it!
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 and competitions.
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 time chatting with me and the hard work they put in to create such wonderful articles!
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.
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 year, and be sure to check it out!
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 Richmond Schools Youth Volunteer Association (RSYVA).
“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 celebrates together. It’s a huge, one-day extravaganza featuring a colourful main-street style parade with real local flavour, followed by a big street party.” – Hats Off Day website