Before we take a summer break, the East and West Learning Connections will have a panel discussion on Youth Mental Health among an experienced psychiatrist and a group of young people with their unique perspectives, ideas, stories, and experiences on June 24, 2021!
As a youth, have you experienced uncertain and risky moments of vulnerability at school or in life?
Do you crave for belonging at school?
Do you want to keep away from constant anxiety in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic as job prospects are uncertain?
Come and listen to what young people like yourself speak about self-identity, self-worth, and self-awareness. Get inspiration from their experience, share your own, and walk away with some advice from a caring psychiatrist, and youth mental health educator Who helps you explore Who You Are!
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A poet, journalist, editor, and comparative religion scholar, Chime came to the East and West Learning Connections in 2018 and 2019, giving two lectures, respectively, one on Tibetan culture, the other on how to appreciate Chinese modern poetry. His poems have won many awards across China, Canada and the US, including the second place award in the Flushing Poetry Festival in New York City, 2018. Before he came to Canada, he was a senior journalist at Xinhua News Agency in China, known for his series reports of Tibetan antelopes in the Hoh Xil region to advocate for the protection of the endangered species. In Toronto, he first worked as the editor of a Buddhist magazine. He is now the founder of the Lakeside (Hu Pan) Academy of Canada, teaching Chinese language and literature, and organizing poetry workshops and salons for the public.
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