Halloween Costumes – Your Own Trademark for the Special Night

On October 31st you have to dress up. For this special night we want to help you to look scary and horrible. Trends for 2012: A big “Thank you” goes to the great movies Avengers, Spider-Man and Batman this year, because they made superhero costumes very popular this Halloween. But don’t be surprised … Read more

The exhibition Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera

“He painted for the people. She painted to survive” – AGO This month, the Art Gallery of Ontario is hosting a Frida Kahlo and Diego de Rivera exhibition, which will take place from October 20, 2012 to January 20, 2013. The exhibition features more than 80 works on paper and paintings by Frida … Read more

Algonquin Park – Nature in Canada

Algonquin Park, located between Georgian Bay and the Ottawa River in Central Ontario, is the oldest provincial park in Canada. Because of its size of about 7653 square kilometers, it’s a perfect place to view birds and other wildlife. If you visit the park, over 2.400 lakes and 1.200 kilometers of s … Read more

Korea Town

Hi everybody I hope you are enjoying our posts about Toronto’s neighbourhoods so far. Today we want to continue giving some more information and some more places to visit here in Toronto. Korea Town Korea Town is a relatively young neighbourhood located along Bloor Street between Christie and Bathur … Read more

Thai Culture

Hi everybody, next week EC Toronto is hosting a group of Thai students and for that reason we want to share with you some information about their culture and their manners.  1.       Thai culture The main things you need to know about Thai people are: Thais do not necessarily smile about things the … Read more