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A passer-by carries take-out food in Toronto’s Chinatown, on Saturday March 21, 2020. In Ontario all bars and dine-in only restaurants are closed due the spread of COVID-19 leading to some restaurants to offer a take-out and/or and delivery service. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young

by Nandika Ravi

2020 was a challenging year for the Chinese community in Canada. But they didn’t let Covid-19 take over their sprit of giving. From helping people who were stranded at airports to picking up groceries for those self isolating, because they believed that the “key to overcome the pandemic, is through solidarity.”

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