Jessica Wu has an undergrad degree in sociology and a graduate diploma in visual journalism at Concordia.
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How 2 artists embrace their identities as Asian immigrants while finding their own path
For these first- and second-generation Asian immigrants, being an artist is as much a privilege as it is an internal struggle.
For the owners of this Brossard coffee shop, family always comes first
In the midst of the pandemic, Philip Penalosa and Jean-Noel Quilatan decided to quit their stable jobs to open a Filipino café, allowing them to reconnect with their family, and community.
The pandemic forced many Quebecers out of jobs in the service industry. That may be a good thing
When Quebec entered into lockdown mode, many restaurants and retail businesses found themselves shuttered or operating at reduced capacity. When it came time to reopen fully, they found many former employees had moved on. One economist says that may be a good thing, in the long run.
Quebec researcher studying concrete measures to cool highway heat islands
A Quebec scientist is hoping his research project will lead to patches of forest and vegetation that can cool temperatures near highways.
Quebec nurses say paying student interns could help solve staffing crisis in ERs
With many hospitals in Quebec suffering staff shortages, nurses say a solution could be paying student nurses during their internships.