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Ted Alcuitas: Visionary for Asian Canadian writing, Jim Wong-Chu, leaves a lasting mark
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Jim Wong-Chu's insatiable appetite for history and what he learned motivated him to ?create a new reality?, giving birth to such organizations like the Asian Canadian Writers' Workshop (ACWW) which he co-founded. The 68-year old Wong-Chu died on July ...


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The worst writing advice Eric Walters ever received
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Eric Walters is one of Canada's most prolific and successful writers for young people. Inspired by relcutant readers when he was a grade five teacher, he decided to write them a story they couldn't put down. Since then, he's penned almost 100 ...


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PEI settler honoured as 'important part of our Canadian heritage'
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... Island in its early years as a colony," said a Parks Canada release. "As a prolific memorialist, petitioner and letter writer, MacDonald left an exceptional record for the writing of Prince Edward Island's history," Charlottetown MP Sean Casey said ...



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