A Banquet of Stories
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A Banquet of Stories

Enjoy an afternoon of diverse communities sharing family dishes and the migration stories they hold, complete with food sampling! Date: 2nd November, 2019 (Saturday) | 2PM-5PM | Russian Hall (600 Campbell Avenue, Vancouver BC) | $5; pre-registration required (buy tickets on Eventbrite) Continue reading

Multi Voices One Heart 2019
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Multi Voices One Heart 2019

Workshop on Paai-ji (排子音樂) Music & Paai-cheung Acts (排場戲) — Building Blocks in Cantonese Opera. Date: 2nd October, 2019 (Wed) Time: 2PM-4:30PM Venue: Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden (578 Carrall St., Vancouver, BC) Admission: Free; pre-registration required (get your ticket here) This workshop will be composed of three parts, starting with a brief introduction … Continue reading

LiterAsian 2019
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LiterAsian 2019

We are so excited to co-present LiterAsian 2019! This year’s theme is Genesis: Writing Life Into Art. We have an incredible line up of authors with a full schedule of events, workshops, and panels happening all throughout Vancouver’s historic Chinatown located on the unceded Coast Salish Territories of the Musqueam, Tsleil Waututh, and Squamish people. Purchase a … Continue reading

The Things We Carry: Storytelling at Joy Kogawa House
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The Things We Carry: Storytelling at Joy Kogawa House

Our third set of “The Things We Carry’’ storytelling circles will feature three published authors: Joy Kogawa (from Ontario), Victoria Kuttainen (from Australia) and May Q. Wong (from Victoria). Each author will share her family migration story and reflections on migration. The size of the circles is designed to enable participants to interact with the featured storytellers in an intimate environment in the historic … Continue reading

Just Breathe – An Art Exhibit of Scenes, Sounds, and Scents in Romantic Watercolours
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Just Breathe – An Art Exhibit of Scenes, Sounds, and Scents in Romantic Watercolours

By Celia Leung & Esmie Gayo McLaren We can’t wait for Celia Leung and Esmie Gayo McLaren’s exhibit, Just Breathe – Scenes, Sounds, and Scents in Romantic Watercolours ! The opening reception is May 4, from 2:00pm – 4:00pm at the Jeunesse Gallery of Fine Arts, 2668 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver, BC. The exhibit will … Continue reading

Scattering & Gathering | PCHC-MoM Visit
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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

CCMMS | Forgotten Indigenous War Veterans and Today’s Heroes
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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
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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