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Story by Muriel Draaisma   When Toronto city councilor Lily Cheng was in Grade 5, she says she was harassed by three boys on her way home from school. The...
An interview with the director of Big Fight in Little Chinatown.  By Rachel Ho     For documentarian Karen Cho, signs that one often associates with...
I lived at the same address throughout my American childhood, but neither of my Chinese-born parents could say exactly where they were from.  By Vanessa Hua...
  Speech to The Canada Committee 100 Society The Honourable Yuen Pau Woo Independent Senator for British Columbia    Good afternoon. I have been asked...
Siblings’ quest to find out more about their Chinese parents’ complicated pasts.  by Florence Hwang   In 2006, 81-year-old Nellie Wong placed a framed...
In face of gentrification, economic pressures, residents and advocates are trying to revitalize neighbourhoods.  by Yvette Brend   William Liu, 35, gave up...
For the people who love Chinatown, a piece of this place only lives in memory.  by Kathryn Mannie   Chinatown’s steady decline as a hub of culture and...
Cold War effect could slow the economy and weaken dialogue on crucial issues.  by Don Pittis Canadian domestic politics have helped magnify the most recent...

AI Times: Human Voices Still Timeless

The popularity of ChatGPT, the artificial-intelligence platform launched by OpenAI recently, marks perhaps a new milestone in an AI era. When such an era comes, artificial intelligence is so easy to practise and produce artificial information that may lead or mislead human conversations in a good or bad temper. It also becomes so difficult to present and preserve natural truths that sometimes are covered or uncovered in the human history. Human being should not keep silence. Here comes the Voice and Bridge.

Presenting facts fairly and honestly.