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Early last year, it was a great privilege to be invited by an editor of a book publisher to write about how I came to Canada. I was told then that her proposed project was to invite 36 other writers, novelists, poets, journalists and scholars to write about how they came to Canada. Their fascinating […]

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When I lived in Tanzania, the favourite topic of African politicians was to blame the country’s Asian immigrant minority for crime, problems in the economy or in the political system. African politicians would stand up at a political rally and blame the Asians for everything that went wrong in the country and the masses would […]

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* This chapter, Canadian Experience, written by Mansoor Ladha appeared in the book, “The Story That Brought Me Here,” edited by Linda Goyette and published by Brindle & Glass in 2008. I looked out of the window on a stormy, wintry night. The snow was blowing on the empty street ahead. Our street, called Christmas […]

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Mansoor Ladha, Special to the Sun Published: Tuesday, July 10, 2007 He is a king without a kingdom. His influence, authority and power surpasses leader of any stature. He meets more foreign heads of state, presidents and prime ministers than the president of United States, the most powerful nation on earth. He is the Aga Khan, […]

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