The Chinatown Storytelling Centre is home to Canada's first permanent exhibit space dedicated to telling the stories of the Chinese Canadian journey and the living heritage of Vancouver's Chinatown.
Explore the vibrant history of Vancouver’s Chinatown through interactive exhibits filled with stories from the people who lived, worked and played there.
Artefacts, photos, and recordings from the 1880s to present day create an immersive self-guided storytelling experience for the whole family.
Saturday, May 13th, 2023 | 1:00 - 2:30 pm
Foo Hung Curios
FREE! Drop-in only.
Join us in celebrating Asian Heritage Month with three authors, whose tales of resilience are helping change the face of Canadian literature.
Hieu Pham-Fraser, Sharon Lee, and Winnie L Cheung will be at Foo Hung Curios to sign your books! Their titles will also be on sale in-store at Foo Hung Curios.
Childhood Lost by Winnie Cheung and her mother Mei-fung Lee is a moving account of the Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945) through the innocent eyes of a child. Mei-fung hopes her story will inspire progress towards peace.
In Growing up Nisei, Sharon Lee documents her father Roy Kurita’s stories from the Great Depression and World War II. Roy endured discrimination, seizure of property, and lived as a prisoner of war in Canada, his birth country.
Hieu Pham-Fraser wrote The Little Girl, a children’s book about embracing our heritage and the pressure to anglicize our names.
A purveyor of home goods, stationery, art and jewelry, the store offers a contemporary take on traditional objects. showcasing Chinese Canadian designers and artists.
All proceeds from Foo Hung Curios sales support the programs of the Chinatown Storytelling Centre.