I stand at a corner in Toronto Chinatown to look at the world.
A community used to be populated by Chinese immigrants in the early days has now become one of the most famous local hotspots and tourist-friendly attractions in the city.
Diversity is the word that most represents this quarter of the city. People from Asian, European, American and African continents all shop, chat and eat in perfect harmony. I feel blessed to be able to have a stroll in this tiny universe.