Asian Canadian diasporic perspectives and histories find a voice in this unique art gallery in Vancouver.
The event's main goal is to provide a way to combat isolation in the senior population while celebrating and sharing Chinese culture.
The acquisition of the assisted care facility offers renewed security for seniors, allowing residents to age gracefully without the fear of being
100 years since the Chinese Exclusion Act, a museum that documents Chinese Canadians’ harrowing journey opened its doors on July 1.
Workshops in this POC-majority neighbourhood offer “an easy way for people to connect,” according to program creator Ryan Ng.
The Greater Vancouver Japanese Association is one of many Canadian organizations joining a new coalition to combat anti-Asian racism.
Reaching out to people of colour requires some creativity because immigrant students are often trying to survive in a new country