Veteran’s Son with TBI Featured in SHIFT Magazine After Writing Children’s Book

 Josh Goblowsky recently released his new children’s book, “Josh’s World.” It’s about a baby dragon with disabilities and how he sees the world. Josh was severely injured at the age of 3 in an hit-and-run involving two semi trucks.

The massive Traumatic Brain Injury effected every area of his life; cognitive, emotional, and physical. He has been through two thousand appointments in the sixteen years since the injury. His cognitive abilities have suffered the most severe part of the injury.

His father, Mark Goblowsky, was an Air Force veteran and took it upon himself to make sure that Josh’s life was as normal as possible. Now, in his 20s, Josh still has the emotional maturity of a 10-year-old, but an indomitable spirit. He wanted to write a book so that other children and young adults with disabilities could relate to his situation.

They brought in illustrator, Justin William Gordon for the drawings. Josh created a list of chapter ideas and story content with Jennifer Perea, who helped get his thoughts down on paper. Mark handled the publishing duties.

Joshua is donating 100% of the proceeds to the Sunshine Foundation which helps chronically ill children fulfill their dreams.

As of 2022, the market size of the Children’s Book Publishing industry is $2.6 billion, an increase of 2.22% from 2021. (IBIS world website, 2022)

Josh’s book has been featured in SHIFT Magazine’s March/April issue with a full review and recap of Josh’s story.

“I’m really proud of Josh for doing this, it’s a great way for him to connect with other young people around the world and share his story which in many ways are like Josh’s story.” – Mark Goblowsky

To purchase a copy of “Josh’s World,” go to Amazon:

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Hong Kong – Hong Kong new film talents featured in Chicago’s Asian Pop-up Cinema

Hong Kong new film talents featured in Chicago’s Asian Pop-up Cinema


     Movie fans in Chicago and the Midwest region of the United States will have an opportunity to enjoy seven captivating Hong Kong movies during the upcoming season of Asian Pop-up Cinema (APUC) in Chicago, running from September 15 to October 12, with drive-in and online screenings.  
     This season’s Hong Kong Cinema Panorama series will feature a variety of works from a new generation of Hong Kong filmmakers. They include the world premiere of “The Dishwasher Squad”, the directorial debut of Shum Shek-yin. This production is financed by the Film Development Fund of Hong Kong.
     In addition, the APUC will be screening Soi Cheang’s “Limbo”, starring Gordon Lam Ka-tung, who will be presented with the Career Achievement Award in recognition of his contribution to the film industry.
     The Director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, New York, Ms Candy Nip said the exhilarating programme this season offers audience in the United States a taste of the different genres of Hong Kong cinema, and a glimpse of the strong creativity of our new talents.
     For more information about the Hong Kong Cinema Panorama at the upcoming season of the APUC, please visit the website:

Toi Holliday was Featured in the Los Angeles Edition of Top Agent Magazine

 Toi Holliday of Side Inc. Arc Realty was featured in the Los Angeles Edition of Top Agent Magazine in September 2021. Top Agent Magazine is the premier real estate magazine featuring the foremost real estate agents, mortgage professionals, and affiliates in the USA, Europe, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Top Agent Magazine features the top producing and most accomplished professionals in the real estate industry, offering an in-depth look at their careers and providing a blueprint for their success.

To be considered for a feature in Top Agent Magazine, all professionals must go through a nomination and interview process. All Candidates are then evaluated based upon production, professionalism, as well as industry and community involvement. It is considered a privilege to be nominated as it speaks to a certain success level all real estate agents strive for. Top Agent has set itself apart as a trusted source of real estate information and inspiration. Toi Holliday is a stellar example of the kind of prominent leaders of real estate they are proud to feature in Top Agent Magazine.

Information on nominations receiving this recognition can be found online at

“It is an honor being nominated and chosen to be featured in Top Agent Magazine. It has given me an opportunity to showcase my experience and dedication as a Professional Realtor® serving Los Angeles and beyond. I look forward to this being part of my ongoing efforts to help as many clients as possible.” For more information about Toi Holliday, please call 310-684-3811, email, or visit

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Hong Kong – Six Hong Kong films featured at Fantasia International Film Festival (with photo)

Six Hong Kong films featured at Fantasia International Film Festival (with photo)


     The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (Toronto) (Toronto ETO) is supporting the screening of six Hong Kong films at the 25th Fantasia International Film Festival being held from August 5 to 25. This year the Fantasia festival is presenting its programme in person and online for moviegoers in Montreal and film lovers across Canada.

     Speaking before the screening of the Hong Kong films in a pre-recorded message, the Director of the Toronto ETO, Ms Emily Mo, said that Hong Kong has long been a favourite location for moviemakers from around the globe. She also highlighted that the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government has been very supportive of the film industry’s development and around $260 million has been earmarked under the Film Development Fund to increase local film production and nurture young talents.

     “The HKSAR Government finances the production of small- to medium-budget films, subsidises new filmmakers in their productions, supports the industry to join international film festivals, as well as launches training programmes to help nurture young talents. We are proud that a number of government-sponsored Hong Kong films have successfully made their way to various international film festivals across Canada,” Ms Mo said.

     Deeply impressed that Hong Kong and Canada share a love for movies, Ms Mo said the Toronto ETO will continue to support more Hong Kong films to participate in various international film festivals held in Canada, including Fantasia. 

     Among the six Hong Kong films, two will be screened at the Cinéma Impérial in Montreal. The two films are “Septet: The Story of Hong Kong”, which features works by seven legendary Hong Kong directors, namely Johnnie To, Tsui Hark, the late Ringo Lam, Sammo Hung, Yuen Woo-ping, Ann Hui and Patrick Tam, and “Raging Fire” directed by the late Benny Chan and starring Donnie Yen and Nicholas Tse. The Hong Kong films to be presented online at the Festival are Chiu Sin-hang’s “One Second Champion”, Ricky Ko’s “Time”, Chan Kin-long’s “Hand Rolled Cigarette” and Tony Lu’s “Return of Bastard Swordsman”. More information about the Festival and the Hong Kong films is available at Fantasia’s official website: