Saturday, March 22, 12 Noon to 2PM
Join us for a visit to the Chung Collection.
At the hearth of the nation: the Woman’s Missionary Society and Victoria’s Chinese Rescue Home 1886-1923.
(Re)defining the "eh" : reading a colonial narrative in the Dictionary of Canadianisms on Historical Principles.
Highlights of Mr. Kwan’s public presentation at Richmond City Hall and excerpts from the the award-winning “Chinese Restaurants."
Barman, J. (2013). Beyond Chinatown: Chinese men and indigenous women in early British Columbia. BC Studies: The British Columbian Quarterly, (177), 39-64.
Image courtesy of Chinese Canadian Stories.
Photo circa late 1939/early 1940 taken on the roof of the former WK Gardens Restaurant.
Story and photo from Kathleen Lee, whose father ran the On Wo Tailor shop, next to Modernize Tailor.
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