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Have Your Say: Looking Ahead: Learning and Earning

The Have Your Say podcast series project is an initiative of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada's Toronto Asia Pacific Youth Council (TAPYC). The two episodes currently in this audio series focus on the stories and experiences of international students and describe how they’ve been personally impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The series highlights issues affecting Asian students in Canada, and Canadian students in Asia, and features such topics as housing, immigration, health care, online coursework, family life, technology, and other issues impacting youth and young professionals on both sides of the Pacific.

Enjoy Episode Two: Looking Ahead: Learning and Earning in this series from the TAPYC team, also available on Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts. Don't forget to subscribe to Asia Watch to follow our news and analysis on Asian issues and events that impact Canadians.

Have Your Say Ep 2: Looking Ahead: Learning and Earning

Other episodes in this series:

Episode 1:  Studying Abroad in a Time of COVID-19

The views expressed here are those of the author, and do not necessarily represent the views of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada.

Jennifer Lau

Jennifer Lau is currently the President of the Toronto Asia Pacific Foundation Youth Council and the Editor of the modern Chinese cultural platform, Fête Chinoise. After graduating from the University of Toronto with a doctorate in East Asian Studies, she continues to share her knowledge of Chinese culture through multiple avenues including teaching, writing, and editing.

Have Your Say: Studying Abroad in a Time of COVID-19

Timothy Rodgers

Tim Rodgers is currently the Director of Event Programming & Communications for the Toronto Asia Pacific Youth Council and is an Economic Consultant with Altus Group, a global real estate services firm. With roots in Hong Kong, the U.K. and Canada, Tim is keen in engaging young professionals in order to bridge the gap in sharing knowledge, expertise, and experience between Asia and Canada.

Have Your Say: Studying Abroad in a Time of COVID-19