Khaled Iwamura

TV host and producer, MC, TEDx Speaker and a part-time pro wrestler

Khaled Iwamura

Khaled Iwamura

Khaled Iwamura, is the founder of insauga.com, inbrampton.com and inhalton.com, TV host and producer, MC, TEDx Speaker and a part-time pro wrestler.

insauga.com, www.inbrampton.com and inhalton.com are edgy news, food, lifestyle and entertainment websites that have quickly become the biggest media companies in the GTA, reaching 50 million a year.

He also hosts insauga’s popular live TV show–which airs on RogersTV–at Celebration Square every Thursday night over the summer and in the studio in the winter season for the last 4 years straight.

This summer he is starting a new talk show concept by creating a new Facebook Live only talk show that can be seen anywhere in the world. It will be a Canadian Talk Show with the backdrop on Mississauga that will be shot at Celebration Square. It will be Canada’s first Facebook Live only talk show.

He also was the moderator of the first Live Mayoral Debate at the Living Arts Centre in 2014.

Khaled has emceed major city events at Celebration Square including New Years Eve (30,000 people), Sound Bites Music Festival (25,000 people), Sauga Block Party (10,000 people) and Japan Festival Canada (40,000 people).

Betty Li

An active translator, performer, and lyricist

Betty Li

Betty Li

Betty Li is an active translator, performer, and lyricist in both online and local communities.

She has been working at various conventions and events in North America as translator/guest relations, and has worked with Japanese talents and businesses such as Morning Musume, LinQ, Nobuyuki Hiyama, Asami Shimoda, Midori Fukasawa, and Baby the Stars Shine Bright.

She took part in producing US based J-Pop girls group 4TE (pronounced forte) in 2015; writing lyrics to all 4TE’s original music as well as starring in their MV with her dance cover group FrolicLassie, who will be performing at Japan Festival as part of Anime North Live!

She has been performing monthly as part of ACT102 at Uncle Tetsu’s Angel Cafe, also acting as Stage Manager.

She is currently attending Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto to pursue an MBA degree.