Diana Dai Communications Inc. is a federally registered corporation situated in the thriving city of Toronto, Canada. 

Diana is a true cosmopolitan, boasting a well-traveled passport replete with memories of her countless adventures. 

A native Chinese, she ventured to the United Kingdom where she received scholarship in Cambridge and earned a Master's degree in Communication Studies from the University of Leeds in 1991. While there, she worked as an editor for the bilingual magazine and imparted her knowledge of the Chinese language as a university instructor. In 1996, she immigrated to Canada to continue her career as a professional.

Diana has also trained at Warner Bros. Studio and the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California, which is one of the best film school in the world. 

Diana is an accomplished and proficient film-maker, whose exceptional work is a testament to her diverse international experiences within the media industry, and her profound understanding of human nature. She was one of the co-founders of the Mandarin program for OMNI TV and served as both host and producer from 1996 to 2007. She has made numerous appearances on CBC and other media outlets and has been a featured speaker at universities including the University of Toronto, Queen's University, and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, as well as Tsinghua University and Fudan University in China.

Diana's accomplishments also include the Ontario Media Development Corporation Fellowship for HotDocs International Festival, the CTV National Fellowship for Banff World TV Festival, and the Netflix-Banff Diversity of Voices Initiative, National Screen institute, EVAE BIPOC producer program, Whistler Producer Lab, etc.

Beyond her successful career in film-making, Diana has a passion for education and is a dedicated instructor. She taught Television and Film and Video courses at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology and is a contributing editor and writer for the textbook "Television in its Social Context."