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Why Chinese restaurants are sites of innovation and resilience around the world

See the World, in Canada

Behind the Stories at the Chinatown Storytelling Centre

Top 20 Vancouver Experiences That Make Awesome Gifts (#11)

Featured in Food and Beverage Magazine

Chinatown, One of Vancouver’s oldest and most culturally diverse neighborhoods.

Rediscover British Columbia’s unique blend of world flavors

Anti-Asian Racism’s Impact on Chinatown Tourism (Video)

Significant public health and safety concerns bring 24-hour HPD patrols to Chinatown

Food Films And Documentaries To Binge Watch Under Quarantine

5 Questions With Chef Susur Lee On The Future Of Chinese Cuisine

China Institute Members Event: Cook with Star Chef Lucas Sin

Fuchsia Dunlop on Chinese Food, Culture, and Travel (full) | Conversations with Tyler

Pieces of China (S3, E12): Carolyn Phillips on the Wok

What is Fueling Anti-Asian Hate?

Craving Chinese Comfort Food: The Dishes That Save Us

In Search of Great Soy Sauce: On a new artisanal movement

Culinary Melting Pots: Global Influences on Chinese Cuisine

Pieces of China (S3, E13): Clarissa Wei on the Chinese Pickle Jar

Investigation: Is Vancouver’s Chinatown dying?

Western-Chinese food is authentic — and isn’t white washing our culture

A Family’s Quarantine-Kitchen Bonding in “Have You Eaten”

What it’s like eating Dim Sum out on the Patio/Parking Lot during covid

Cooking Class: The Food and Soul of America’s Chinatowns: San Francisco with Brandon Jew, Tienlon Ho, and Helen Rosner

‘The Keefer Yard’ Prepares to Tee Off in Chinatown

‘What Is Chinatown?’ Artist Jiawei Zhao Looks At Chinatown Under Lockdown

Guo Ding: Chinese Canadian Museum will counter flawed narratives about B.C. and Canadian history

He’s probably been in more movies than any actor in history

‘Intolerable’ hate incidents continue to rise in Vancouver: police

Keeping Chinatown’s 1,000-Seat ‘Floata’ Afloat in the Pandemic

Michael S. Tan: Pandemic pushes Vancouver’s Chinatown to the brink

In the Pandemic, ‘Gain Wah’ Keeps Dishing Out Chinatown Classics

Blame, bullying and disrespect: Chinese Canadians reveal their experiences with racism during COVID-19

The Top Doctor Who Aced the Coronavirus Test

COVID-19 in B.C.: Dr. Bonnie Henry on B.C. travel and Chinese Canadian community’s role in breaking the curve

B.C.’s COVID-19 pandemic spread largely because of virus strains from Europe, Eastern Canada, and Washington state

How these ‘bright stars’ are ‘creating space for the community’ in Vancouver’s changing Chinatown


‘The physical legacy of struggle and sacrifice’: How Chinatown is part of Vancouver’s past — and its future

A Tour of Chinatwon

Watch This Brilliantly Fictitious Account of One of Restaurant Culture’s Greatest Inventions

The yum cha rules you need to know

The politics of banning shark fin in Vancouver

Koi fish return to Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

Wayson Choy, 80, Whose Books Are Windows on Chinese-Canadian Life, Dies

Luck, love, life: Beloved author Wayson Choy had always lived to perfect his stories, again and again

Anna May Wong Visits Shanghai, China

Asian Americans Stan Lucy Liu Receiving Walk Of Fame Star Next To Anna May Wong’s

Lucy Liu’s star will be placed near that of actress Anna May Wong, a Hollywood pioneer who found silent film success in the 1920s.

Fire that sparked on roof of Chinatown seniors’ home under investigation

Quirky ‘Tinseltown’ up for sale in downtown Vancouver

Vancouver Chinatown: Council approves revisions reducing building size in historic area

UK doctors will soon prescribe cooking classes to combat loneliness

Fresh-food wholesalers and community groups argue about how to keep Produce Row in Strathcona


Narrow 10-storey residential building proposed for Vancouver’s Chinatown

YOUR KEY TO Vancouver’s Trendy Chinatown

Heritage Vancouver releases 2018 top 10 watch list

Disappearing Act: How Chinatowns in the US are being erased

Food is a powerful community builder

No more tall buildings in Chinatown suggested by Vancouver city planners

Vancouver should slow down and talk to community about zoning changes, says Chinatown group

Commercial Real Estate: Lobbying to save Chinatown’s heritage

How to Celebrate Chinese New Year in Honolulu Like You’re Really Chinese

Andy Yan, the analyst who exposed Vancouver’s real estate disaster

Calgarian Larry Kwong, first Chinese-Canadian player in NHL, dies at age 94

Chinatown business group cancels 2018 Night Market to protest ‘neglect’ by city

‘Last second’ email on planning shocks, dismays Chinatown advocates

Vancouver council to apologize for historical discrimination against Chinese

City of Vancouver formally apologizes to Chinese community for past discrimination

Facing displacement by condos, should Vancouver artists ‘bite the hand that feeds?’

Reconciling the damage done by ‘urban renewal’

Vancouver: Chinatown condo opponents take their fight to developer’s front door

New arts center helps reclaim a piece of Chinatown

Strathcona Saved!

Mary Lee Chan’s heroic fight helped make Vancouver what it is

Chinese New Year parade gets new leader of dancing group

City scraps hearing for Chinatown condo proposal

Past and future of Vancouver’s Chinatown showcased at new restaurant

City of Vancouver to pursue UNESCO World Heritage Site designation for Chinatown

Patti Bacchus: Renaming Crosstown elementary a chance for Vancouver School Board to do the right thing

City of Vancouver to pursue UNESCO World Heritage Site designation for Chinatown

Beedie decision reveals times have changed in Vancouver

Vancouver searches for ways to preserve ‘legacy’ businesses in Chinatown, other areas

Opinion: Vancouver’s Chinatown and redrawing the lines in the ‘City of Optimists’

Growing Up Chinese Canadian: A Century of Stories

Photos: Vancouver releases concept plans for post-viaduct False Creek

Museum, shops and seniors’ housing: The 105 Keefer that might have been

Canada 150: Yip Sang, the unofficial mayor of Chinatown

Vancouver city council votes down 12-storey Chinatown tower

A new battle for Chinatown

Chinatown fight over 12-storey condo has deep roots

Is a condo building like a tree? Speakers have their say on controversial Chinatown proposal

In battle over future of Canada’s largest Chinatown there are fears of a ‘freeway of condos’

What banquet culture means to San Francisco — and Chinatown

Opinion: How Vancouver city hall exacerbates the affordability crisis

Chinese American history

#105Keefer Public Hearing – Day 2

Chinatown residents rally to oppose condo beside memorial

105 Keefer Public Hearing – Day 1

Andy Yan: Where goes Chinatown, so goes the City of Vancouver

In Vancouver’s Chinatown, tailor Bill Wong sewed his way to success

New plaque commemorates Vancouver Chinatown’s significance in immigrant history


Chinatown legend Bill Wong of Modernize Tailors dies at 95

Bill Wong, legendary Vancouver Chinatown tailor, dead at 95

Legendary Vancouver Chinatown tailor dies at age 95

East Van Chan Joins Hunt for Neon Rooster with Link’s to her Great-Grandfather, Quai Chan

Chinese railway worker history comes to life in new Canadian children’s book

B.C. legislation to repeal historical wrongs against Chinese-Canadians

Vancouver restaurateur on the hunt for Sai Woo’s original neon sign

Chinatowns Across The Country Face Off With Gentrification

Chinatown residents march on city hall to protest planned highrise towers

‘Seniors can stay’: Historic May Wah Hotel sold to Chinatown Foundation

Chinatown neon rooster sign search becomes … a B.C. election issue?

62 Years of State Racism Does Something to You

Chinatown seniors protest city plan

Searching for a lost piece of Vancouver’s Chinatown

Joe Yip Wai, Obituary

Architect Joe Wai dies

Vancouver architect and heritage advocate Joe Wai dies

Architect and community visionary Joe Wai dead at 76

2016 AIBC Lifetime Achievement Award Recognizes Trailblazer Joe Y. Wai Architect AIBC

Noted Vancouver architect Joe Wai is a dragon with deep sense of history

Are we witnessing the death of Chinatown — in Vancouver and across North America?


Heart of the city: a walking tour of Vancouver’s Chinatown

Exploring Chinatown: 5 things you may not know about Vancouver’s historic district


Chinatown foundation to chip money into planned Downtown Eastside social housing development

Canadian Wongs get their own crest

On Brink of Sale, Family Shop in Chinatown Stays in Family

Chinese Cooking in the U.S.: A Short History

Advocate groups concerned new school will be built on burial ground

Meet East Vancouver’s original urban farmers

Three Great Beef Noodle Soups, with Martin Yan

Vancouver’s Chinatown grapples with growing pains

Structure destroyed by fire in historic Chinese town of Locke

The long, storied history of San Luis Obispo’s historic Chinatown and the artifacts left behind

DINER | Chef Douglas Chang To Open Ai & Om Knife Store On E. Pender Street In Chinatown

Chinese Canadian Archive: From Chop Suey to Peking Duck

Vancouver Chinatown real estate bustle puts hundreds of historic photos, documents at risk


The history of Vancouver’s Chinatown, documented in menus

Things to do in Vancouver: Five stops worth making

Five must-sees in Vancouver

Historic May Wah Hotel in Vancouver’s Chinatown goes up for sale

Vancouver developers and community activists debate Chinatown’s future

Pete McMartin: A ‘centre of gravity’ stuck in the past, is there really a need to save nostalgic Chinatown?

Grandniece of last emperor of China showing paintings at Art! Vancouver

Revised Rezoning Application – 105 Keefer Street and 544 Columbia Street


Vancouver’s Chinatown in Canada’s Top 10 Endangered Places List

Canada’s threatened heritage

Chinese Dragon Parade (1958)

Featured in China Daily

Block party organizers warn Chinatown is under threat from developers

Opinion: ‘This used to be Chinatown …’

Three Vancouver neighbourhoods listed as threatened on heritage watch list

WWII Exhibit Remembers Canadian Troops in Hong Kong

Opinion: Keefer project good for Chinatown

Historical tour of Vancouver’s Chinatown

Vancouver – An All Year Destination

Chinese-Canadian community honours Vancouver’s Modernize Tailors, pioneer family

The Jack Chow Building

Modernize Tailors, Wong family honoured for contribution to Chinese-Canadian community in Vancouver

Hip meets heritage in Vancouver, Canada’s revitalizing Gastown, Railtown and Chinatown

Chinatown’s last stand

A tradition restored

An artful restoration of Chinatown’s oldest building

Benevolent design

Yip family legacy lives on in renovation by condo king

Vancouver proposes 700% fee increase to change room from welfare rate to market rental

Boston Globe: Chinatown, Immigrant Haven, Fights for Its Future

Restaurant Review | Sai Woo mixes fabulous with history

A gathering of Wongs

Saving Chinatown raises big questions

Inside Vancouver’s historic Chinatown

Why Chinatown is Vancouver’s most ‘Canadian’ neighbourhood

Vancouver approves controversial 12-storey Chinatown tower

Chinese New Year survival guide for “Chinese”

Good Intent and Design Fail in Chinatown

Premier Christy Clark receives Lions Club Award, Recognized For Provincial Government’s Apology to the Chinese Community

Mayor Gregor Robertson Urges Chinese Community to Fight for Funds; Visits Mingpao Office; Wishes to Preserve Chinatown’s Heritage Buildings

Premier Christy Clark Praises Vancouver’s Chinatown For Being “The Jewel of Vancouver”, Wishes For It To Become A Hub Between B.C. and Asia

One Hundred People Gather to Discuss Ways to Preserve Chinatown Heritage; Oppose High Rises; Wants More Seniors Housing

Chinatown development to be publicly debated

New developments in Vancouver’s Chinatown leave residents concerned about heritage

Opinion: Newest tower proposal too much for historic Chinatown

Pete McMartin: The high cost of misery in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside

Chinatown Youth Coalition concerned over proposed condos

A new generation defends Vancouver’s Chinatown traditions

In Vancouver’s Changing Chinatown, Youth Join Gentrification Debate

UBC Geography Student’s Infograph for Chinatown

City of Vancouver approves measures to protect unique character of Chinatown

City council to vote on spending $3.6 million to help restore Chinatown heritage buildings

Former Premier Mike Harcourt Opposes Rezoning of 105 Keefer

Controversial Chinatown proposal rejigged

The demise of Chinatown’s BBQ meat shops

Vancouver Chinatown mural defaced in 2nd graffiti incident this month

“Hot and Noisy” (熱鬧) Mahjong Social in Vancouver’s Chinatown

Damage to Chinatown murals linked to Vancouver housing affordability and anger at so-called “foreign buyers”

Swimming the Saltwater City

Vancouver’s vandalized Chinatown gate still awaiting repairs

Chinatown residents ask city for development moratorium


Historical Chinatown Tour 2014 Spring Newsletter

Rent increase for low-income Chinatown seniors could set “terrifying precedent”, says Pivot lawyer

literASIAN festival to celebrate Asian Canadian authors

State of the Arts: Asian lit festival gets graphic

‘Formal Apology’ to BC’s Chinese community questioned

How Chinese Migrants Changed Their Fate

Chinatown Night Market 2013

Ching Ming respect for the dead … and Louis Vuitton

‘A Drop in the Bucket’: Housing for Chinese Speaking Seniors


Mike Harcourt weighs in on delicate issues behind PiDGiN protests

CBC spot light

Crossword Answers

Remembering Vancouver’s First Race Riot

Community leader and Chinatown heritage advocate receives Civic Merit Award

Chinatown Night Market To Be Reborn This Year

Behind the Changing Face of Vancouver’s Chinatown

Canada’s First Chinese Print Shop Still Operating on East Georgia

Vancouver prepares plan to renew ailing Chinatown

Why Chinatown Needs to Grow Taller

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