Call for Volunteers: Spring 2019
Call for Volunteers / Community Events

Call for Volunteers: Spring 2019

Take a look at some great opportunities to give a hand and learn more about intercultural history in Pacific Canada! Coming up is our feature event: Philippines Historama 2019. Four volunteers are needed to assist in ticket and ushering duties. To get involved, email our volunteer coordinator at pchc.vol@gmail.com or fill out a volunteer form! … Continue reading

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

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

VAFF Recap & Congratulations to All Our Father’s Relations
Community Events / Honour / PCHC-MoM Partner Events

VAFF Recap & Congratulations to All Our Father’s Relations

The Vancouver Asian Film Festival was outstanding this year! PCHC members and friends were present at a large number of films this year, including international and Canadian shorts, Mixed Match, #TheLastSmile, #Tyrus, and PCHC’s co-presented film #AllOurFathersRelations. Congratulations to all filmmakers and VAFF crew on your excellent achievements, and a special congrats to all winners of … Continue reading

Oral History Project with Indonesian-Canadian Elders
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Oral History Project with Indonesian-Canadian Elders

With the support from PCHC-MoM Society and UBC, the Canadian Indonesian Diaspora Society (CIDS) received a federal government grant to record the migration and family stories of Indonesian-Canadian elders. Migration researcher and writer Kilim Park and Co-Founder/Co-Editor in Chief of Loose Lips Magazine Kristi Alexandra, co-ordinators of the project, brought the community together on October 27 … Continue reading

Exhibition: BATIK – Expression of Identities
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Exhibition: BATIK – Expression of Identities

Canadian Society for Asian Arts in Vancouver, British Columbia, in collaboration with the Institute of Ethnic Studies (KITA) and the National University of Malaysia, presents the exhibition: BATIK – Expression of Identities Opening Reception: Sunday October 30th, 2016 12:00pm Exhibition dates: October 30th – December 9, 2016 Tuesday – Sunday 10am – 5pm Closed on Mondays and Canadian Statutory Holidays … Continue reading

Asian Canadians on Lekwungen Territories: Race, Indigeneity, & the Transpacific
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Asian Canadians on Lekwungen Territories: Race, Indigeneity, & the Transpacific

Asian Canadians on Lekwungen Territories: Race, Indigeneity, and the Transpacific  Monday, November 7 – Registration Open! Asian Canadians and First Nations have been interacting in Victoria area for over 150 years, and we want to hear their stories, bitter or sweet. Join the ACVI team and guest speakers John Adams, Charlayne Thornton-Joe, Ann-Lee and Gordon … Continue reading

Photo Gallery: Opening of New Chinese Canadian Military Museum Exhibition
Community Events / Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery: Opening of New Chinese Canadian Military Museum Exhibition

Yesterday, on Wednesday, October 5th, the Chinese Canadian Military Society launched their new exhibition on the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Hong Kong. PCHC brought volunteers to the opening at the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Vancouver, and were were privileged to have met amazing Chinese Canadian World War II veterans, including Bing Wong … Continue reading