In today’s Chronicle Herald: Sharing understanding.
In the Chronicle Herald today, Old traditions cherished by newcomers.
Women from Venezuela, Uzbekistan, Iran, Palestine and Uganda, tell how the Maritimes has changed this time of year for them and share holiday traditions they’ve brought to snowy Nova Scotia.
Maria Fernanda Navorro, from Venezuela, will be making traditional Hallacas, (pronounced al jaccas) with her family, before taking to the streets for fireworks and dancing.
Feeling adventurous in the kitchen and want to try making your own? Here’s a recipe for Traditional Venezuelan Hallacas.
It’s finally here and available at select news stands. The Winter issue of Dakai is all about immigration and features a story of how a young, Chinese sailor is adjusting to life in Halifax and utilizing his new-found free time.
Keshen Goodman Library: connecting newcomers and offering an abundance of resources, community and friendships to immigrants.
Learn about the darker side of student life in rural Nova Scotia from four students at Acadia University.
Jack Wang (22) studied business for two and half years at Acadia University and is now working on his Finance degree.
“After leaving the airport all I saw was trees. I said to the driver, where are you taking me?” laughs Wang, recalling the 95 kilometre stretch of blackness between Halifax Stanfield International Airport and Wolfville.