Table tennis is a very good sport for all ages. This sport is easier to carry out and is very suitable for the elderly. According to reports, playing table tennis which is useful brain ，muscles and basic physical conditions.
Meet & Greet - With Introduction on Photography
We organized this program to bring the community people together. Hindu Buddhist Foundation of Canada (HBFC) and Nepal Cultural Society of BC (NCSBC) helped us to invite people from their group email connections.
Our community is a 118 unit townhouse complex in the heart of Whalley. We are multi-cultural, multi-generational and have residents of different socioeconomic backgrounds. We have had quite a turnover of residents in the last few years.
In the event of a major disaster or emergency, we and our neighbours will likely be our own 1st responders! Studies show that 70% of survivors are aided by their neighbours and passers-by. City and Emergency Services officials tell us they may not be able to come to our aid for days or even weeks! We all know of neighbours (and pets) who could be in big trouble if no one steps up to help them survive a disaster - this may even describe our own home. E.g. what if a parent or pet owner is stranded away from the neighbourhood and can't get home to their loved ones?
Canada Day Celebration
Theme as "Greetings between Neighbours "main purpose is to more interaction and communication between the neighborhood in community center.
The three-hour event went on as planned and everything went well. At the end of the day, everyone gave me a big hug and kissed me on the cheek. At that moment, everything was worth it
There is a lot of pressure from all aspects, including language. But volunteering for community service is really a matter of squeezing time to do it without asking for any return. I also have a sincere spirit of dedication
On Friday, October 18th 2019, from 1pm to 3pm, we held our NSG event “Multicultural Welcoming Free Lunch” by the Multicultural Women Peer Mentoring Group at South Vancouver Neighborhood House Room #304. Approximately 55 people attended including cute babies from different countries. Our original project name was “Multicultural Welcoming Potluck”, but we changed the name because we wanted to invite more people to come out to meet and connect with their neighbors.
Our “Shagai game” event ( Oct 26, 2019) at Roundhouse Community Centre was a blast! Originally, we had hoped for around 50 people to come but we were overwhelmed when close to 100 people came and learned about Mongolian traditional games called Shagai (sheep anklebone). We had 3 game stations, about 10 instructors, a video projector, snack and drink station, and a busy arts and crafts station. People were interested in “Shagai Games” and were eager to know more about Mongolian traditions and customs.
Our “Shagai game” was held yesterday, on October 26, 2019 at Roundhouse Community Centre in Yaletown and it was a blast!
Originally, we had hoped for around 50 people to come, but we were overwhelmed when close to 100 people came and learned about Mongolian traditional games called Shagai (sheep anklebone). We had 3 game stations, about 10 instructors, video projecter, snack and drink station, and a busy arts and crafts station. People were interested in “Shagai Games” and were eager to know more about Mongolian traditions and customs.
As my preteen has a deep love of origami, I asked a friend in our neighbourhood (who also loves origami and has a child the same age as mine) if she would help to sponsor an NSG Origami club in our city.
When she agreed, we were able to contact a local Japanese origami expert to come and share her talent with some local families in Richmond for our first event. We saw that our children and youth absolutely loved this event and inspired by this we have planned other events to have others in our community to share their origami creations and talents.