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May is Asian Heritage Month, commemorating the achievements and contributions of people of Asian origin across Canada.

The theme for this year, according to the Government of Canada, is “preserving the past, embracing the future: amplifying Asian Canadian legacy.”

“This theme celebrates the rich heritage and contributions of people of Asian origin in Canada while also looking forward to the future with optimism and hopefulness,” the government notes. “We are acknowledging the voices, stories, and achievements of people of Asian origin in Canada and recognizing their contributions to all aspects of our society, including the arts, sports and social justice.”

Here are some Montrealers making waves in the Asian community, as well as Canadian society at large:

Celeste Trianon

A child of Chinese immigrant parents, Celeste has faced numerous struggles in her life, including being diagnosed with autism and gender dysphoria.

Celeste turned her personal challenges into social activism, fighting for gender …

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