Folklorama, hands down my favourite event in Winnipeg. Ever since my first summer in Canada, back in 2007 I have never missed out on Folklorama. As a young, shy and somewhat nervous newcomer; I would consider Folklorama as one of the game changing events in my little Canadian story. I found my first BFF in Canada (thanks to … More Folklorama – Insights of a true Canadian tradition!
It was the last day of my PR class. After a great class with another exciting guest lecture, we said good bye to Spring 2013 term. I was ready to hit a coffee shop on my way home. I was invited to a birthday party, the venue, which I thought, supposed to be in Tim … More You can have an awesome party in a totally random venue, even if it’s on the street
Two of my good friends visited Sri Lanka in past couple of years, Madeline in 2011 and Marleah in 2012. My family and my friends got along so well, and sometimes I thought my mom forgot that I’m home after so long J Mom had nothing except feeding us, critiquing on our clothing, and ensure … More A cross cultural analogy through school field trips
(This picture was taken at the end of the Bollywood Night. They were very happy, they started dancing away!) In May 2013 I was privileged to organize a culture night at UWinnipeg PACE. Overwhelmed & excited, I seek for help. Who would be the best resource to plan something in a tight time line, tight … More A little bit of east to the prairies!
(The person sitting is my grandpa, and the ladies behind him are his sisters) The first lesson of my PR class was the two most important tools of writing are ‘Relationship Building’ & ‘Story Telling’. I was stunned. I almost wanted to raise my hand and tell my instructor that I knew someone from 60s … More Flashback to my roots through a PR lens