Cindy Tran is a Vietnamese Canadian journalist and an associate producer with CBC Radio. You can reach her at email@example.com or follow her @kccindytran.
Latest from Cindy Tran
Why the pandemic had these young people quitting their jobs
Two years of pandemic life have many reflecting on what really matters to them. For some, that means rethinking their work choices in what's been dubbed the "great resignation." CBC Ottawa reached out to three young people to hear why they decided to make the leap.
How an Ottawa man helped reconnect the Korean women's curling team
Ottawa health-care worker Melvin Lee never thought cheering loudly for the Korean team at the 2003 World Men’s Curling Championship would lead, years later, to him playing a role in rebuilding the sport in his home country.
How this Lunar New Year is being celebrated by Ottawans from different backgrounds
It’s one of the biggest celebrations of the year for those of Asian heritage, involving games, traditional clothing, lucky money for kids, and lots of delicious food. But this year, for the third time, Lunar New Year is going to look different.
The pandemic revives the world's largest treasure hunt
The COVID-19 pandemic has led geocachers to swap their ancient GPS for a new app, dust off their hiking shoes, and head out on what's been dubbed the world’s largest treasure hunt.
Young Asian-Canadians reconnect with home through their stomachs
Shintaro Tsukamoto, Catherine Lim and Gigi Huang have all used foods and flavours from their cultures to reconnect with family and home when the pandemic kept them at a distance.