Here you will find a list of resources relating to Pacific migration stories and Asian Canadian heritage. Click here for an extensive list of anti-racism resources.

Click here for PCHC-MoM President Wendy Yip’s statement in solidarity with VAFF’s Elimin8hate campaign.

On March 21 2021 – International Day Against Racial Discrimination – PCHC-MoM Society and CCPA-BC co-hosted the launch of Challenging Racist “British Columbia”: 150 Years and CountingClick here to download this free resource and watch the book launch here.

See below for Pacific Canada resources by partner organizations:

For Anti-racism resources, visit:

Elimin8hate by VAFF for community support and anti-racist resources

For First Nations’ resources, visit:

First Peoples’ Cultural Council for their interactive First Peoples’ map
Museum of Anthropology for their podcasts and at-home resources

For Asian-Canadian resources, visit:

Asian Canadian Wiki for an interactive website dedicated to promoting the Asian Canadian community

For UBC Resources, visit:

The Chung Collection for Wallace and Madeline Chung’s collection on Chinese Canadian history

ACAM for multimedia projects created by students of the new Asian Canadian Asian Migration Program

For Japanese Canadian resources, visit:

National Association of Japanese Canadians: Redressing Historical Wrongs Against Japanese Canadians

For digitizations of multicultural artefacts, visit:

Multicultural Canada


For Chinese-Canadian author resources, visit:

In Memory – Wayson Choy:  Tribute to Vancouver-born author Wayson Choy (1939-2019) hosted by PCHC-MoM and the Asian Canadian Writers’ Workshop

For the 1907 Anti-Asian Riots history, visit:

           – 360 Riot Walk: An audio-visual experience developed by Henry Tsang

For National Film Board films related to migration stories in Pacific Canada, visit:

– Third Heaven: on the community of Vancouver’s Hong Kong Chinese

– Sleeping Tigers – the Asahi Baseball Story: on the Asahi baseball team in pre-Word War II Vancouver and the age of Japanese internment

– Bella Bella: on the Bella Bella First Nations on Campbell Island, whose culture and independence began to disappear with the coming of first settlers

For articles on the need for a Museum of Pacific Canadian Migration, see here:

Family Stories Live On Through Our Museums, by Todd Wong

National Centre Needed to Celebrate Pacific Immigrants by Ingrid Parent and Henry Yu

We Need to Extend Pier 21 Across Canada by Laura Madokoro

For oral history resources, visit:

Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21: recording peoples’ immigration stories through oral history interviews

For Asian Canadian arts and culture as well as a timeline of Asian Canadian history, visit:

–  explorASIAN

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