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The Word on the Street T.O. 2016

Words off the Page
By Vivian Luu

With a final push, I separated from the crowd on Lower Simcoe and spilled onto Harbourfront Centre’s sidewalk. … 712 more words


Thaipusam, Malaysia

Malaysia is a wonderfully culturally diverse, but rapidly changing country, with massive economic and infrastructural growth in recent years. It was really pleasant, therefore, a few years ago, to find a place where traditions still flourish, so close to Kuala Lumpur. 320 more words

Journey Narrative

Indian Festival Dream

Today I did not want to wake up, because I was having such a wonderful vivid dream, I saw myself walking in a grand big souk in India, and I have never been to India in my whole life yet, and my favorite guy ever was with me, as my lifetime husband, and for the first time in my life I saw him wearing green olive shirt, it was short sleeve, and white beige shorts, and I was wearing my white hijab and green olive long sleeve shirt and black trouser like the Indian, Thai, and Malaysian style. 97 more words

Express Feelings

Haldirams wishes you all Happy Navratri

Haldirams Nagpur wishes you all Happy Navratri. Welcome Navratri 2016 with Haldirams Nagpur!! The nine day fun –filled festival of Navratri begins in the Hindu lunar month of Ashwin. 82 more words


Dining Out #1 : Garlic Paradise

Garlic Paradise was absolutely ‘paradise’ for me. The event introduced a lot of garlic foods from various countries – Japanese, Spanish, Mexican, Chinese…etc. In this article, I’ll share some of the meals I had. 318 more words


Navratri Chronicles#2 - Navdurga: Nine forms of Durga ji

Navratri/Navratra as the name suggests is a nine-day long festival. It is preceded by Pitri/Pitru Paksha ( a time for paying homage to our ancestors). On the tenth day is Dussehra/Vijaydashmi (the day when Lord Ram defeated Raavan). 652 more words


Navaratri : Symbolizing Victory Of Positivism Over Negativity

Hello friends,symbolizing victory of positivism over negativity, the festival of Navaratri has come; full of light, joy and festivity.So, what are your plannings for these 9 days? 666 more words