Furqan Mohamed is a writer from Toronto. Her work has appeared online and in print for mimp magazine, Canthius, Maisonneuve, and This Magazine. Furqan was a 2020 Local Journalism Fellow. You can find her on Twitter @heyfurqan.
Decadent chicken sandwiches, steaming bowls of pho ga, classic jerk chicken, and pillowy pupusas worth the commute—eating our way across Jane and Finch.
This year, we thought we’d figured out how to do Ramadan in a pandemic. Then the vaccine rollout began.
In many immigrant families, elders are the pillars of the household. With COVID-19 revealing flaws in the way we treat seniors, what can society learn from how different cultures value aging?