Melissa L.

Melissa Li is a graduate of the Journalism program at Carleton University and currently works as an English teacher in South Korea. Adventurous, thrill seeking and always driven to discover more, you can be sure to catch Melissa trotting around the globe discovering new lands, cultures and the best of all, new parties. Her second passion in life is electronic dance music, raving and anything relating to DJs. If given the choice, she would want to live at Tomorrowland, EDC or Ultra Music Festival forever. Combining her love of writing with EDM and travel, you can be sure you’ll be kept up to date about hot travel destinations, popular party hot spots from around the globe, international DJ interviews and news, music festival coverage and much more. Check out her previous work here ( and be sure to follow her on twitter at melissali7

When the traveling Star Wars Identities exhibit came into Ottawa, the city was buzzing with excitement and curiosity. It seemed a magical spell was cast on Ottawa’s citizens as everyone, young and old, began to flock to the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum. I began to hear “May the force be with you”, “Luke, I am your father” and other famed Star Wars quotes on a regular basis from friends who gushed about their experience at the exhibit.