Do we matter? This is a question I ask myself, when the conversation about racism rarely ever centres around the voices of Asian American/Canadians. Especially centering the experiences of Asian women. And when we talk about anti-Asian racism and violence…
Diversity in Dietetics and Cultural Competence in Nutrition
Are you aware that the registered dietitian profession is over 81% white? Are you aware there is currently a push to recruit more BIPOC dietitians to diversify dietetics? Do you know there’s a need for diversity in dietetics, and are you interested in being a part...
Black Lives Matter, Food Racism and Indigenous History Month
I’ve had so many thoughts lately about the Black Lives Matter movement, racism and Indigenous rights. I recently made a video on YouTube about Sasha Exeter and Jessica Mulroney, Jagmeet Singh calling out an MP in the House of Commons for racism, and also discussed my own experience with food racism.
I failed my board exam and was fired from my job.
n the spirit of national dietitian exam season approaching quickly this fall, I wrote this blog for dietetic masters students and interns who are in the process of completing the final step…
I was never an athlete or into sports. I was an artist, interested in art, creativity and culture.
Multiculturalism Day and Mindful Eating on Leisure Talk 大城小聚 on Fairchild Television
June 27th is Multiculturalism Day in Canada, a day important to me as a child of immigrant parents and a first generation Canadian.