Month: March 2021

March 28, 2021 0

Benefits and Dangers of Vaping

By Đặng Trường Diêm

There are plenty of opinions about vaping by different Vaping suppliers. Some articles mainly talk about its benefits while some sites also focus on its harmful effects. There are indeed pros and cons in regards to smoking using electronic cigarettes, and one should not be based on either one of the sides.
Although some electronic cigarettes don’t have nicotine, there are still plenty of dangers these devices can cause that aren’t related to nicotine. If you have been pondering about buying these e-cigarettes lately, then you are indeed on the right page. This unbiased article will…

March 17, 2021 0

New Immigration Policies for International Students

By Đặng Trường Diêm

International students enrolled in Canada have to access the outstanding quality of education to experience a work-study balance that accommodates the costs while anticipating permanent residence. Over 650,000 applicants registered for post-secondary education while 58,000 alumni became permanent residents in Canada in 2019. 
This plays a crucial role in the country’s economic growth, hence, the $22 billion annual contributions that support around 170,000 jobs.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Immigration…

March 16, 2021 0

The Impact of COVID-19 on Real Estate and the AEC Industry

By Đặng Trường Diêm

Canada offers various accommodation and housing options from short-term rentals to triplex or duplex houses. Price ranges also differ in each state. According to a statistical survey, the most expensive city to live in Canada is Vancouver, British Columbia. 
However, the pandemic caused a drastic change in the country’s economy, especially in real estate. A complete turnover in market preference happened wherein the rural and urban areas became desirable areas for homeowners while downtown condo markets have low demands.

March 15, 2021 0

New Immigration Priorities from the Canadian Government

By Đặng Trường Diêm

Canada has a reputation as the home for immigrants due to its highest population rate of immigrants of any country. The 2019 statistics support the claims as there is a 21.5 percent increase in foreign residents; it remains the core of the country’s economic growth.
A supplementary mandate letter authorized by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to Marco Medicino, the immigration minister, serves as a legitimate document to the department. It binds the Prime Minister’s intentions to pursue through the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)….

March 6, 2021 0

The Life of a Vietnamese Virtuoso Away from His Home Country

By Đặng Trường Diêm

The Stay, My Beloved Vietnamese artist Tuan-An Tran debuted his album last April 18, 2020 by Frameworks Records Firm ( Sony/ The Orchard). He is born in 1992 and currently resides in the United States. Captivated by Vietnamese folk music, he plans to introduce Vietnamese music to an international audience.
Love and passion are what inspire Tran to connect his music with the people. He has a great appreciation for traditional folk songs that he likes the world needs to hear. The success of his tour motivates the young artist to introduce his music to a diverse …

March 5, 2021 0

Alden Anderson and His Focus on Ethnic Minorities

By Đặng Trường Diêm

The famous Hoi An Flood photo series is the work of an American photographer Alden Anderson. It depicts the beauty of Vietnam despite the natural disasters. He also has photos showing the ethnic minorities of Vietnam. His fascination for photography started at the age of nine. It was his way of capturing the stories of the people and their culture. 
His documentary for Sports science won a Sports Emmy Award in 2010, with the others in his team. Four years later, his photo received the highest recognition as the grand prize winner of Vietnam Airlines’ …

March 1, 2021 0

Mickey Nguyen Got His First Break

By Đặng Trường Diêm

A Vietnamese Canadian dancer and actor, Mickey Nguyen, got his first break as he collaborated with the infamous Youtuber Lilly Singh in 2010. This Vietnamese descent artist was born in Toronto; his mother was a Siagonese while his dad lived in Hue. He pursued acting and dancing at the Randolph Academy for performing arts.
Although living miles away from Vietnam, he sets his favorites on Vietnamese cuisine. His mother cooks traditional food like Bánh Xèo while he loves to drink Sinh Tố Sầu Riêng – a durian milkshake. They preserve some of its cultures …