PCHC-MoM AGM 2019
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PCHC-MoM AGM 2019

This year’s AGM will take place on Nov. 16 (Sat.) at 11am at the BC Artscape. We’ll be using the Flex Space on the 4th floor at the Sun Wah Centre at 268 Keefer St., Vancouver, BC. A  simple lunch (free to members and at $10 for guests) will start at noon, and may be followed by a surprise treat, if we can get it organized … Continue reading

November 2019 Newsletter
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November 2019 Newsletter

The November 2019 Newsletter is out! Click through the image above for many exciting developments, including upcoming events, community news and past events. Be sure to purchase your ticket for the Banquet of Stories here! If you missed this newsletter in your inbox, click here to subscribe. You can also find an archive of past newsletters here. Continue reading

Fall 2019 Newsletter
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Fall 2019 Newsletter

The Fall 2019 Newsletter is out! Click through the image above for many exciting developments, including upcoming events, community news and past events. Be sure to purchase your ticket for the Banquet of Stories here! If you missed this newsletter in your inbox, click here to subscribe. You can also find an archive of past newsletters here. Continue reading

Cross Cultural Strathcona Walking Tour
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Cross Cultural Strathcona Walking Tour

The Cross Cultural Strathcona Walking Tour: Find out more about how early immigrants helped build Vancouver while exploring Vancouver’s east side neighbourhoods The Cross Cultural Strathcona Walking Tour celebrates the rich layered history of Vancouver’s downtown east side neighbourhoods: Hogan’s Alley, Jewish Strathcona, Japantown (Powell Street) and Chinatown. The guided walking tour builds awareness of … Continue reading

Multi Voices, One Heart (MVOH) 2018
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Multi Voices, One Heart (MVOH) 2018

Following the resounding success of last year’s Multi Voices, One Heart (MVOH), PCHC-MoM, U Sing Cantonese Opera Pavilion and partners are proud to offer the 2018 sequel in Vancouver, “The Fleeting Soundscape of Early Pacific Canada”, in support of the community’s effort to obtain UNESCO World Heritage designation for Vancouver Chinatown. Though little known in present-day … Continue reading