May 15, 2021 @ 3:00 pm

Note: The 2021 Asian Heritage Month Proceedings are online only.

The video or other content is scheduled for this date will be released at 3pm the day of the event (or earlier). watch the website for details. We are planning to do YouTube Livestreeming events, so subcribe to the channel and turn the notification bell on. 

Before watching the Main Attraction Video, Please watch O Canada as performed by Miss Katelyn Mohan and this greeting from Markham Mayor Frank Scarpitti

Ladies and Gentlemen, Girls and Boys.  Please stand and sing O Canada.  If you are wearing a baseball cap, please remove it  Thank you!.

Official Welcome from Frank Scarpitti Mayor of Markam
(Honorary Patron of Asian Heritage Month)

Greetings and Welcome from Nancy Siew
(co Chair) Asian Heritage GTA

Just Hold Your Head High (2021 AHM Theme Song)

Dedicated to our front line workers and all those who
are suffering due to curent Global Pandemic

Written and Performed by

Peter Tuason

With the permission of The Embassy of China in Canada

Here are some videos on Confucius and his most quotable sayings

Hong Kong (SAR)

Scenic Cycling in Hong Kong (1-min)

Good news for cyclists, as an 11km cycling track across a scenic route along a river and through a wetland valley opens. It marks the completion of a 60km bikeway between Tuen Mun and Ma On Shan in the New Territories. There are plenty of cultural attractions along the way and facilities for riders to rest and re-charge en route.

Fine Dining During COVID: Tips, Strategies & Recipes

Video one: (4-min 15-sec)
Video two: (4-min 37-sec)
Heritage Tourism Brands has launched a video series in which chefs from the hotels’ fine-dining restaurants talked about how they overcame challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Business of Art (4-min)

The Economist has created a video and an infographic to demonstrate how has Hong Kong’s art market and cultural scene not just survived but thrived amidst the pandemic.

Infographic: Hong Kong: Asia’s Art Capital


The Smartest Link in the Chain  (4-min 38-sec)

The Economist created a video and an infographic to demonstrate how Hong Kong, with its unique strengths, is set to bounce back as an even more resilient regional and global logistics hub.