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When Lillian Li arrived in Toronto from Shanghai four and a half years ago, she didn’t speak English well. But with her drive to succeed that soon changed.
Today, Li is the author of an English-language book about early financial education, the owner of an online business, and she has taught herself to be a successful investor.
The Honourable Margarettt Best is an important woman in Ontario. As an MPP for the riding of Scarborough-Guildwood, she currently serves as Minister of Health Promotion, but before that she distinguished herself as a lawyer and community volunteer. The Jamaican-born Minister has been recognized multiple times, garnering such distinctions as the African Canadian Achievement Award
Only 13 years of age, Bilaal Rajan, a formidable fundraising force, has raised $5 million to help people - especially children - around the world. He’s the youngest Ambassador ever for UNICEF, worldwide.
"My words and visuals are collaged to create narratives and yarns, myths and mysteries."
She is a poet of visions, a painter of ideas, a music-lover, and appreciator of the world around her.
Suparna Ghosh, who came to Canada from India 30 years ago with her husband and small children, has written and published two books of poetry, "Sandalwood Thoughts" and "Dots and Crosses" -- a long prose poem with sketches. This collection, she says, is based on the cyclical nature of any relationship. Each chapter shows her joy of interweaving words with visuals.