When: September 16 — October 1, 2023
Where: City of Toronto
AsialiciousTO is Toronto’s premier Asian food campaign program, showcasing diverse and delicious cuisines of Asia. Organized by the Federation of Asian Canadians Toronto (FACT), this program seeks to promote cross-cultural understanding and community engagement, while support the growth of Toronto’s thriving Asian food scene.
Patrons can explore Toronto’s Asian cuisine at 100+ participating venues with promotional deals priced at $10, $20, $30 and $40.
This project has been funded by the City of Toronto’s Main Street Innovation Fund, as part of Government of Canada support through the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario
2023 Asialicious Carnival
Enjoy the festival of food and fun. This year’s Asialicious Carnival is Japanese-themed: cosplay parade, anime performance showcase, fireworks, street food, multicultural performances, workshops, and more!
When: September 15 — 17, 2023
Where: Woodside Square
For more details, please visit www.AsialiciousCarnival.com
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ORGANIZERS AND 2023 SPONSORS
The three day weekend Asialicious Carnival, started in 2019, has become an annual attraction celebrating multiculturalism in a fun-filled and entertaining fashion at Woodside Square in Scarborough North. Showcasing diverse Asian culture and heritage through a variety of performances and ethnic foods. The event builds stronger solidarity and a sense of belonging in our community.
Woodside Square Mall
CHINESE NEW YEAR MARKETPLACE FESTIVAL
This 4-day weekend event showcased vendors of traditional merchandises for the lunar new year celebrations, a wishing tree for making well wishes with free entertainment at centre stage. Both Deputy Mayors Denzil Minnan-Wong and Michael Thompson together with Deputy Chief of Police Peter Yuen attended the New Year’s Eve countdown show hosted by local Ward Councillor Cynthia Lai. A visit by the God of Fortune with Dragon Dance rang in the year of the RAT. On lunar new year day, Councillor Lai was joined by Mayor John Tory and Minister Raymond Cho MPP at a Lion Dance ceremony followed by delivering of greetings to the packed crowd of residents and store owners in the mall.
January, 2020, Woodside Square Mall