National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

September 30, 2022 marks the second annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada. The Chinese Canadian Museum stands in solidarity with Indigenous peoples to observe and honour this significant day and ongoing efforts we must all make for reconciliation.

We also encourage our community to wear orange and take time to deepen their understanding about the history and legacy of residential schools, and the resilience of Indigenous communities.

The Chinese Canadian Museum has curated a list of resources to encourage ongoing dialogue and self-reflection.

Seeds to Success:
Story of the H.Y. Louie Family + A Tale of Two Families

Free Admission

Wednesday - Sunday, 10am to 6pm

Explore stories of entrepreneurship, resilience, and intergenerational lessons through two exhibitions at our location in Vancouver Chinatown. “Seeds to Success: Story of the H.Y. Louie Family” and “A Tale of Two Families” on view from May – December 2022.

Telling stories through the diverse voices of Chinese Canadians

First Steps:
Chinese Canadian Journeys in Victoria + Gold Mountain Dream!

Free Admission

Thursday – Sunday, 11 am to 5pm

Chinese Canadian Museum’s new temporary exhibition site in the historic Fan Tan Alley of Victoria Chinatown features two exhibitions: “First Steps: Chinese Canadian Journeys in Victoria” and “Gold Mountain Dream!”

Chinese Canadian Museum

Telling the stories through the diverse voices of Chinese Canadians, the Chinese Canadian Museum will be a testament to Chinese Canadian experiences, contributions, and heritage. CCM hopes to foster respect, inclusion, and collaboration among Chinese Canadians, Indigenous peoples, and other settler communities across generations, throughout BC, Canada, and the world.

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