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Asian Heritage Month ft Nancy Wu

Asian Heritage Month ft Nancy Wu

Nancy's IG is one of my favourites. She's always making delicious food that inspires so many to try out Chinese recipes. Learn more about Nancy below.   1. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do? Nancy is a finance professional, Mommy and Content Creator based Vancouver, BC, Canada. Nancy is not vegan but she loves making vegan plant-based Chinese food that even carnivores crave. On Nomss.com, Nancy showcases her love for modern Chinese cooking, Asian inspired recipes and healthy vegan / vegetarian / plant-based substitutes focused on healthy family, wellness and sustainability.   2....

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Asian Heritage Month ft Jasmine Noble

Asian Heritage Month ft Jasmine Noble

If you've been following along on our IG, you'll know we have some pretty awesome photos of our products. Jasmine is the skilled photographer behind some of those images! Continue reading to learn more about what being “Filipino-Canadian” means to her!   1. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do? My name is Jasmine and I’m a photographer and creative consultant based in (so-called) Vancouver. I have been working with small, local businesses since 2017 for product and lifestyle photography, helping elevate their online presence through impactful visual storytelling. I find deep joy in travelling,...

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Asian Heritage Month ft Lorraine Lowe

Asian Heritage Month ft Lorraine Lowe

Lorraine is the Executive Director of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden in Vancouver's Chinatown. She has been a big supporter of kyth + kyn and we can't thank her enough! Read on to learn more about Lorraine!  1. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do? I’m Lorraine Lowe, Executive Director of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden in Vancouver’s Historic Chinatown. I was born and raised in South East Vancouver with ancestral roots from Toishan, Guanghai China. My Grandfather, Low Hay Hue, first arrived here in 1913 Canada to help build the CPR,...

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Asian Heritage Month ft Shuobi Wu

Asian Heritage Month ft Shuobi Wu

I met Shuobi when I learned about Lineage Ceramics. I was instantly drawn to his story and learned that we had so much in common. Scroll down to read more about Shuobi and his roots to Chinese culture!   1. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do? My name is Shuobi. I'm currently a game designer and the owner of Lineage Ceramics. At Lineage, we are a family of ceramic makers for three generations, and our mission is to craft thoughtful tablewares for people to share memories with on their dining table. When I moved to...

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