Vicky Qiao

Vicky Qiao is a writer and journalist based in Toronto. She has a keen interest in culture reporting and believes that storytelling transcends boundaries. Vicky recently graduated from the Master of Media in Journalism and Communication program at Western University.

Latest from Vicky Qiao

Leadership coach and author Robin Sharma shares tips on how to be an 'everyday hero' in today's world

The Canadian writer and former lawyer spoke with CBC Radio's Gill Deacon about his latest book, The Everyday Hero Manifesto, and how to be focused and heroic in daily life.

Historian Marjoleine Kars wins $95K historical writing prize for book about a 'dramatic' 1763 slave revolution

The Cundill History Prize honours the best history writing in English. It is open to books from anywhere in the world, as long as they are available in English.

Samir Shaheen-Hussain and Monique Polak among winners for Quebec Writers' Federation Literary Awards

The QWF Literary Awards annually honour the best books published by English-language writers and translators in Quebec in six categories. 

Genevieve Graham explores little-known Canadian history in novel Letters from Across the Sea

From the desperate streets of Toronto to the embattled shores of Hong Kong, the story reveals the enduring power of love that crosses dangerous divides even in the darkest of times.

Toronto scholar Dan Breznitz wins inaugural $60K Balsillie Prize for best Canadian public policy book

Innovation in Real Places explores how many cities have gambled on pursuing Silicon Valley's economic model.

Mona Awad, Malcolm Gladwell and Jasmin Kaur among 10 Canadians nominated for Goodreads Choice Awards

This year's awards honour the best books of the year in 17 categories, with 20 opening round nominees in each category. The winners are selected through an audience vote.

Jason Mott and Tiya Miles among U.S. National Book Award winners

The National Book Awards recognize the best in American literature in five categories — fiction, non-fiction, poetry, young people’s literature and translated literature.

L.M. Montgomery's classic Anne of Green Gables named most translated Canadian book

The map created by Preply showcases the most translated books in each country and continent.

Suzanne Evans and TV chef Bob Blumer among winners for Taste Canada Awards celebrating Canadian food writing

The Taste Canada Awards celebrate the best Canadian food writing of the year. Gold and silver medal winners are awarded across five categories.

Toronto Reel Asian Film Festival to release anthology book, (re)Rites of Passage, on 25th anniversary

Reel Asian is Canada’s largest pan-Asian film festival, providing a platform for Asian filmmakers and artists to showcase their works and promoting Asian cinema among Canadian audiences.