Episode 012 – Avon Chang and Kelly Hung of the KW Taiwanese Canadian Association

Avon Chang wearing a facemask

Avon Chang


Kelly Hung wearing a facemask

Kelly Hung

The Kitchener-Waterloo Taiwanese Canadian Association (KWTCA) was established in 1964 for Taiwanese-Canadian residents to enjoy activities together and share information about local lifestyles.

Avon Chang and Kelly Hung speak with Bob Jonkman about the introduction of Taiwanese culture to Canada, some of the culture shock for people moving here from Taiwan, and wearing facemasks during the Covid-19 pandemic.

About the KW Taiwanese Canadian Association

KWTCA logo (outline of the island of Taiwan with the flag emblem inside the outline)

KWTCA

Events

Online Art Gallery

When: July 2020
Send your art and video for inclusion in the online KWTCA Art Gallery

Traditional Mandarin Class

Open to anyone who wants to learn Mandarin, no experience necessary.

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