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July 1, 2023 | Vancouver

Odysseys and Migration

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This exhibition recounts some of the unique journeys that are in Chinese Canadian history from the 18th century to the present day.

From Chinese-Indigenous relations since 1788 to the multiple migration waves between Hong Kong and Vancouver, to 20th-21st-century migrations from countries across the world such as South Africa, Thailand, and Singapore, this introductory exhibition serves as a prelude for sharing the integral role and unique identities of Chinese diasporas in Canada.

Curated by: Melissa Karmen Lee and Sarah Ling
Exhibition Design: AldrichPears Associates

Beverly Lok and Neville Lok in South Africa, 1978.
OUDTSHOORN, SOUTH AFRICA: Beverly Lok (middle) and Neville Lok (beside), 1978

Where is this exhibition?

Wing Sang Building, Vancouver's Chinatown

Wing Sang Building, Vancouver's Chinatown

51 E Pender St, Vancouver BC V6A 1S9

The Chinese Canadian Museum is now permanently at home inside the Wing Sang Building. Originally a two-storey structure built in 1889 by merchant Yip Sang, the Wing Sang Building was later expanded in 1901 and 1912, and remains the oldest building in Vancouver’s Chinatown. 

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