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

Vote for the Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards
Honour

Vote for the Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards

The top 75 for the RBC Canadian Immigrant Awards have been chosen! This year, PCHC-MoM is endorsing the candidate Madeline Chung, whom we have nominated for her outstanding achievements. Please vote for her for the Top 25 here: http://canadianimmigrant.ca/canadas-top-25-immigrants/vote About Madeline Chung Dr. Madeline Chung was born in Shanghai, China, and grew up in Hong Kong. … Continue reading

BC Multicultural Inspirational Talks
Community Events / Honour / Media / Photo Gallery

BC Multicultural Inspirational Talks

We had a great time at the BC Multicultural Inspirational Talks at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, where our President Winnie Cheung spoke about her mother and daughter in her wonderful and poetic speech “From One Generation to Another”. Winnie discussed family, history, migrants, and the power of the narrative, as well as PCHC-MoM’s dream to build a Museum … Continue reading

Wayson Choy Wins George Woodcock Lifetime Achievement Award
Arts and Culture / Honour

Wayson Choy Wins George Woodcock Lifetime Achievement Award

On June 11th, Canadian writer and Order of Canada winner Wayson Choy was awarded the George Woodcock Lifetime Achievement Award at the Vancouver Public Library. In his speech, he reflects the voice of immigrant children, caught between the new world they belong to and the old world their parents and elders take refuge in. Now, Mr. Choy no … Continue reading