Gung Haggis Fat Choy – news alerts from around the world

Every Year, there are news stories about Gung Haggis Fat Choy, that go around the world.

Here are the latest stories from the UK, Baltimore USA, and Vancouver's Courier and Georgia Straight papers:

Why Canada will never have an Obama, except maybe Todd Wong
Georgia Straight, Canada – 20 Jan 2009
Here’s my nominee for an Obama in Canada: Todd Wong, the founder of Gung Haggis Fat Choy. The wildly charismatic Vancouverite is a leader in bridging

Call to the Bard
Scotsman, United Kingdom –20 Jan 2009
VANCOUVER: Gung Haggis Fat Choy is an annual cultural event in British Columbia city that blends Canada's rich Scottish and Chinese traditions.
Reference Points
Baltimore Sun, United States – 18 Jan 2009
To cite one example, Heller profiles an annual dinner and performance event in Vancouver – dubbed Gung Haggis Fat Choy – that celebrates the city's Chinese
Spice is nice at Ashiana
Vancouver Courier,  Canada – 16 Jan 2009
25
is Robbie Burns' 250th birthday, yet one more good reason to head down
to Floata Restaurant for the utterly unique, “only in Vancouver,” Gung Haggis Fat
Obama’s inauguration proves that poetry isn’t completely dead, yet
Georgia Straight, Canada – 20 Jan 2009
He has, however, written works for Gung Haggis Fat Choy, the Vancouver International Writers Festival, and other culturati events.

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