Film funding adds new lens to First Nations and Chinese Canadian history
Recognition Event at Musqueam First Nation, August 12, 2015, celebrating the long history of relations between Chinese and First Nations along the Fraser River.
Promoting the Heritage Values Open House and Online Form
Heritage BC is conducting public meetings and gathering public input in August 2015 on behalf of the Province of BC's Ministry of International Trade, in order to identify intangible heritage values for Vancouver's Chinatown.
co-presented by Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Vancouver and Cinevolution Media Arts Society.
A series of artist-facilitated community digital storytelling workshops focused on unearthing alternative histories of Vancouver’s Chinatown.
Honours Jean Barman
April 11, 2015, Fraser Court Restaurant.
May 28, 2015
A fabulous evening was had by all May 28 at Barbara Jo’s Books to Cooks
This talk took place on November 19 at 12.00 p.m to 1.00pm
Irving K. Barber Learning Centre at the University of British Columbia
CCHSBC event happened on October 19th, 2014 10:00am-1.00pm
The Chinese Canadian Historical Society of BC presented an unusual tour of Chinatown with Robert Sung and John Atkin
Authors’ Reading October 6 featuring authors and editor of Eating Stories, a Chinese Canadian and Aboriginal Potluck and the launch of Lily Chow’s Blood and Sweat Over the Railroad Tracks.
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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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2014 CCHSBC Board of Directors provides oversight of the Chinese Canadian Historical Society of British Columbia, a non-profit, participatory provincial organization dedicated to broadening our shared understanding of history of the Chinese in British Columbia through research, documentation, preservation and education.Read More
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