CANSCENE - Canada's Multicultural Scene August 2003
SOUTH ASIAN OUTLOOK NOW IN ITS THIRD YEAR
Canada Day this year, South Asian Outlook, published by a CEJWC member
and first independent e-monthly of its kind entered its third year of
publication,. It is available online at <http://www.southasian
the last two years since South Asian Outlook was launched, it has gone
through changes not only in design but also in content, says publisher
and managing editor Suresh Jaura.
has included not only articles and regular columns from South Asians and
people of South Asian origin abroad, but also from mainstream columnists
and authors, including Janice Gross Stein, Margaret Atwood. Richard
Gwyn, Ed Morgan," says Suresh
a question, "Why an e-monthly?, says that "being on the
internet, three main issues for any publication: distribution,
accessibility and keeping track of back issues are taken care of."
for who is behind the e-Monthly, Suresh Jaura says that it is produced
by Globalom Media, which is bringing this out as a non-profit venture.
"There are dedicated people of South Asian-origin people living in
Canada, USA, UK, Germany and other parts of the world, donating time,
effort and money to continue this non-profit venture," he adds.
Community of South Asians is covered with Windows on Canada, USA, UK /
Europe, Rest of the world giving Event Calendar and report on Events
under Event Reports.
have still a long way to go to make it a complete source. We are open to
ideas, suggestions, views and opinions for publication and / or
information to improve upon the content and coverage in South Asian
Outlook e-Monthly," says Suresh