Florence Hwang

Florence Hwang is a Point of Presence media librarian based in Regina. She also contributes as a web writer and associate producer. She can be reached at florence.hwang@cbc.ca.

Latest from Florence Hwang

Regina man channels love of Lego into scale versions of real model homes

Lego enthusiast Sharif Alshurafa is excited to put his creations on display at 10th annual Brickspro this summer.

Indigenous artist teams up with Regina Symphony to connect with high school students

Spoken word artist Zoey Roy teams up with the Regina Symphony Orchestra to teach high school students about Indigenous culture and history.

Whitecap Dakota First Nation teams up with Sask. museum in photo naming project

Whitecap Dakota First Nation and Western Development Museum collaborate in upcoming photo archive project.

How a pet tarantula inspired a 10-year-old Sask. boy to write a children's book

Grandmother and grandson team up to write their first children's book together.

Regina poet dreams of showcasing ethnically diverse Prairie authors in regional archive

The Regina Public Library Writer-in-Residence dreams of creating space — physical or virtual — to house works by Prairie poets who are Black, Indigenous or people of colour.

Regina high school students pen Valentine's Day affirmations for transgender people around the globe

This Valentine's Day, some Regina high school students are reaching out to transgender people to make them feel seen and affirmed.

U of R professors come up with creative workarounds to give students virtual lab experience

Students who have been forced to take classes online due to the pandemic are missing out. Some professors and lab instructors decided to make videos and put together lab packages to help give students an element of hands-on learning.

Regina teacher using Minecraft to teach math

A Regina high school teacher is using the international smash hit video game Minecraft to teach his students math.

Art therapist hopes to unite people with Regina tea ceremony performance

Art therapist Lin Liu says drinking tea together is a universal way for people to build friendships.

DNA test sets man on search for biological father

Ray Buggera’s world was turned upside down this past year when his youngest daughter found out through a DNA test that her ancestry was 24 per cent Asian and 76 per cent European.