Banquet of Stories Videos
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Banquet of Stories Videos

Videos from A Banquet of Stories are now available in three parts! On September 26, 2015, the PCHC-MoM Society held “A Banquet of Stories” an afternoon that brought together diverse communities to share stories inspired by food and migration. The Pacific Canada Heritage Centre – Museum of Migration (PCHC – MoM) Society is a non-profit society … Continue reading

A Banquet of Stories featured in UBC Library Friends Newsletter
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A Banquet of Stories featured in UBC Library Friends Newsletter

Our Title Sponsor UBC Library has covered PCHC-MoM’s September 26 event A Banquet of Stories in their Fall 2015 Newsletter “UBC Library Friends”. The coverage was titled “Banquet of Stories inspires cross-cultural sharing”. For more see http://issuu.com/ubclibrary/docs/ubclibrary_friends_fall2015/6. PCHC-MoM’s event is listed on page 7. Continue reading

A Banquet of Stories Featured in Philippine Canadian Inquirer
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A Banquet of Stories Featured in Philippine Canadian Inquirer

PCHC-MoM’s September 26 Banquet of Stories event was featured in the Philippine Canadian Inquirer on October 2nd, 2015 edition. Thanks to the Inquirer for your media coverage, and to Trinidad “Treenee” Lopez for your photographs. Scanned image of the coverage  below: Pictured (left to right): 1) Winnie Cheung striking the gong 2) the Filipino table at … Continue reading

A Banquet of Stories on Balitang America
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A Banquet of Stories on Balitang America

PCHC-MoM’s September 26 event A Banquet of Stories: Sharing Migration Tales Through Food at the Sunset Community Centre has been featured on Balitang America! Cecile Docto reports on the PCHC-MoM event. Thank you, Cecile and ABS-CBN for your participation and coverage. (With Anthony Achilles Mandap, Treenee Lopez, Mary Ann Reyes-Mandap, Gigi Astudillo, Joel Castillo). The segment also features our … Continue reading