When: Through May 29
Canada’s longest continuously running Asian Heritage Month arts festival comes back with a bang, featuring four weeks of cultural offerings from across the Asian continent and diaspora. Attendees of every taste find something to marvel at, from art exhibits to Peking opera to a virtual puppet show. Teesri Duniya Theatre presents staged readings of work by playwrights Julie Phan and Marjorie Chan; the Kabir Centre for Arts & Culture welcomes the Pakistani mystic music ensemble Abdullah Niazi Qawwals; and Association Mongolia Canada director Zolzaya Bold leads a culinary meditation session infused with the aromas of mutton and buuz dumplings.
Price: Prices vary.