Scattering & Gathering | PCHC-MoM Visit
Arts and Culture / Community Events

Scattering & Gathering | PCHC-MoM Visit

On Sunday July 8, a group of PCHC-MoM directors, staff and volunteers attended the opening reception of Scattering & Gathering, a new, public art exhibit on Filipino migration at the Roundhouse Community Centre in Vancouver’s Yaletown. Scattering & Gathering features work by Spanish-Filipina-Punjabi poet Lakshmi Gill on her “unsettled” way of life as an immigrant, … Continue reading

“Scattering and Gathering” Opening Reception | July 8
Arts and Culture / Community Events / PCHC-MoM Partner Events

“Scattering and Gathering” Opening Reception | July 8

PCHC-MoM and artist Esmie Gayo McLaren would like to invite you to the opening reception of “Scattering and Gathering” on July 8 (2:00-5:00pm) at the Yaletown Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre (181 Roundhouse Mews). “Scattering and Gathering” is a public exhibition on Filipino migration running from July 7-12. Enjoy poems from Spanish-Filipina-Punjabi poet, Lakshmi … Continue reading

CCMMS | Forgotten Indigenous War Veterans and Today’s Heroes
Arts and Culture / Community Events / PCHC-MoM Partner Events

CCMMS | Forgotten Indigenous War Veterans and Today’s Heroes

  Join PCHC-MoM on Saturday, July 7 (2-4pm) at 555 Columbia St (2nd floor) for the opening of the Chinese Canadian Military Museum Society’s new exhibit: “Forgotten Indigenous War Veterans and Today’s Heroes”. Come learn about their stories in the world wars, and the many contributions they made for our country. Can’t wait to see you there!     Continue reading

The Things We Carry | Doors Open Richmond
Arts and Culture / PCHC-MoM Partner Events

The Things We Carry | Doors Open Richmond

Doors Open Richmond 2018 is fast approaching this weekend, and we’re excited to share with you the wonderful storytellers attending our show-and-share on Sunday, June 3 (11am-4pm) at the Richmond Museum (7700 Minoru Gate). Each of these storytellers will be bringing objects they carried with them on their journeys to Canada, and will tell the … Continue reading

Powder, Paint, and Stories: PCHC-MoM at the Richmond Museum
Call for Volunteers / News / PCHC-MoM Partner Events

Powder, Paint, and Stories: PCHC-MoM at the Richmond Museum

When you move across an ocean, what do you choose to carry, and what stories do you tell? PCHC-MoM is excited to partner with the Richmond Museum to bring these questions to life through a weekend of arts and crafts, music, and storytelling on June 2-3 (11am-3pm), as part of Doors Open Richmond. We’re delighted … Continue reading

All Our Father’s Relations: A New Resource for Teachers
News / PCHC-MoM Partner Events

All Our Father’s Relations: A New Resource for Teachers

Including Indigenous content across the K-12 curriculum is now a mandatory requirement in BC, but many teachers feel under-equipped to provide the guidance expected from them. In response to this need, and in line with our aim to create intercultural dialogue and resources, PCHC-MoM has been hard at work with the team behind the 2016 award-winning … Continue reading

News

Official Apology by Mayor & Council for Historical Discrimination

Mayor Gregor Robertson and Vancouver City Councillors invite you to a special City Council Meeting to issue AN OFFICIAL APOLOGY TO THE CHINESE COMMUNITY Recognizing Historical Discrimination Against Chinese People in Vancouver Sunday, April 22, 2018 Arrive by 1:45 pm, Council Meeting from 2 – 3:30 pm Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Vancouver 50 East … Continue reading

We’re Hiring: Event Planning and Program Assistant (Canada Summer Jobs)
Career Opportunities / News

We’re Hiring: Event Planning and Program Assistant (Canada Summer Jobs)

PCHC-MoM is looking for a student to join us this summer as our Event Planning and Program Assistant. If you’re someone who is interested in stories of place and migration, wants to get involved with local communities, and would like to build career-related experience within a non-profit organization, then this could be the job for … Continue reading