Vancouver developers and community activists debate Chinatown’s future

by FRANCES BULA, Jun. 14, 2016

The lot near the corner of Keefer and Quebec streets is no historic gem. Once the site of a garage, it is now covered with gravel and a smattering of parked cars.
But it has turned into a Waterloo for Vancouver’s Chinatown, with a wide range of groups viewing whatever is built there as the indicator species for the future of this small historic neighbourhood. Read more …

Godfrey Tang, a 73-year-old Vancouver resident who lives in Chinatown and has joined the opposition to its development, says it’s ‘not correct to build expensive condos there.’
(Ben Nelms/The Globe and Mail)