Meet children’s writer Echo Liu on May 4th at CPAC for Storytime. The first 10 registered to attend will get a Chinese children’s book from CPAC. All the participants will have a chance to get a signed copy of the book written by Echo. Open to the public and free to attend. Spots are limited, first come first serve. CPAC members will have priority.

Highlights:

  • Meet the author Echo Liu in person and spend Storytime with her;
  • Children will have the opportunity to read the story with Echo;
  • Parents will learn practical and effective parent-child reading skills, and learn how to nurture children’s reading interests and improve their imagination, expression and creativity through reading.

Date: Saturday, May 4, 2019

Time: First session 2:30 – 3:15 pm; Second session: 3:30 – 4:15 pm

Venue: CPAC Meeting Room, 4150 Finch Ave. East, Scarborough M1S 3T9 (Free parking)

Target audience: Children age 3 to 8-years-old and their parents

Language: Mandarin and English

Register: Please choose which session you would like to register and send your contact info (name, phone, email, wechat id if applicable) and your child’s name and age to office@cpac-canada.ca

Please note that only one family can register for one session, not two sessions. There are 20 spots for each session and we will consider CPAC members first. If you are a CPAC member, please state your membership number when you register.

For more info: 416-298-7885 ext. 101

About the Author

Echo Liu is the founder of Skyky Publishing Co. and the founder and Chair of Skyky Multicultural Learning Foundation. She is also a gifted writer who creates fairytale stories from our daily lives with a childlike heart and unbelievable imagination. Since 2014, Echo has created 60 stories, with 20 audio versions and 13 paper publications.

Echo creates stories to not just stir kids’ laughter, but to tell kids how to respect and appreciate their parents, how to love nature, how to learn about independence and forgiveness, and how to help others. Echo’s books assist parents with helping their children to lead happy lives, and win the hearts of children and parents with the endearing stories and elaborate illustrations.

Echo is also passionate about charity. She has been volunteering at many foundations and has conducted many fundraising campaigns for them. Together with her team, Echo is working on efforts to build a platform for children to develop their interests and talents for writing and drawing.

About CPAC

CPAC is a non-profit organization serving a community of internationally trained professionals. For over two decades, CPAC has been helping immigrants with employment and career advancement, gaining necessary credentials, and accessing international business opportunities. CPAC is also an organization that assists them with cultural integration into Canadian society. The organization now has over 30,000 members from various cultural and ethnic backgrounds with a wide range of professional training and skills. CPAC members get access to a comprehensive package of services and benefits to enhance their life in Canada.

About CPAC Foundation

The CPAC Foundation is a registered charity that raises funds in support of CPAC’s work. The CPAC Foundation also has its own education related initiatives and organizes activities that provide educational information to parents and students. It also provides scholarships and awards to secondary and post-secondary students who have demonstrated academic excellence and community leadership. Since 2000, the CPAC Foundation has given out more than 232 scholarships and awards with a total value of $292,000. It has also built two schools in poverty and disaster stricken areas in China.

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