DeHaan Services previewed Toronto's TD Festival of South Asia in "Festival of South Asian Culture in Toronto in 2012".
"South Asian Fashion Store in Toronto" picture by Ian Muttoo
This annual cultural festival and street party showcases South Asian food, music and dance. There are live performances, children's activities, and restaurants selling food out on the sidewalk.

My article explains how to find the Festival of South Asia, and links back to the official site.

Promoting my South Asian Festival Article

As always, my Xanga site also promotes my article; but "South Asia Visits Toronto's Little India in 2012" really only says the same as this blog entry.

A Writing Tip from the South Asian Festival Article

The organizer's site provides directions for drivers, presumably because the Festival of South Asia does attract people from the suburbs.

Unfortunately, I think they used the standard directions to find "Little India", which truly is the correct district.

However, as a street festival, this Toronto event closes the major street. The organizer's directions finish by telling drivers to turn onto the now-closed street.

In my humble opinion, anyone reading my article will get slightly better information. I did make the point with a bit of humour, because it's not good to disagree with your references unless you're actually right or you're willing to eat humble pie when proven wrong.

My writing tip today is to make your article accurate and useful. If you know better than one of your sources, be gracious about it; but be sure to give your readers the best information possible.

I certainly hope that helped out some of the people reading about this particular 2012 South Asian festival in Toronto.

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