From Far and Wide: Pacific Canada Stories
PCHC-MoM Special Event

From Far and Wide: Pacific Canada Stories

We are excited to announce PCHC-MoM’s new virtual story gathering project: From Far and Wide: Pacific Canada Stories! Click here to visit the project website. To better understand migrants and descendants of migrants who arrived through western portals to live on the territories of Indigenous peoples, we are gathering and sharing stories of Pacific Canada. PCHC-MOM will … Continue reading

Award of Merits for Excellence in Community Engagement
Honour / News / PCHC-MoM Partner Events

Award of Merits for Excellence in Community Engagement

CONGRATULATIONS — Cross Cultural Strathcona Walking Tour Working Group with an Award of Merits for Excellence in Community Engagement from the BC Museums Association. PCHC-MoM is pleased to be one of the founding partners of this new joint venture first launched in 2019 with daily walking tours every Sunday during Asian Heritage Month. The honour is shared by all … Continue reading

Call for Volunteers: Special Exhibition Launch at Chinese Canadian Military Museum
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Call for Volunteers: Special Exhibition Launch at Chinese Canadian Military Museum

If you are interested in a volunteer opportunity with the Pacific Canada Heritage Centre – Museum of Migration (PCHC-MoM) Society on Wednesday, October 5th, please read on. PCHC is looking for a couple of volunteers to help out with the launch of a special exhibition at the Chinese Canadian Military Museum on Wednesday, October 5th 2016 at … Continue reading

Chinese Canadian Military Museum & Senator Vivienne Poy Commemorate 75th Anniversary of Battle of Hong Kong
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Chinese Canadian Military Museum & Senator Vivienne Poy Commemorate 75th Anniversary of Battle of Hong Kong

The Chinese Canadian Military Museum invites you to join with them and retired senator Vivienne Poy as they commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Hong Kong with the launch of their new exhibition. Wednesday, October 5, 2016 Chinese Canadian Military Museum 2nd Floor, 555 Columbia Street, Vancouver 17:00 p.m. Learn more about the dark days and years for … Continue reading