An installation titled “Sea of Faces”, part of the Museum of Vancouver’s “A Seat at the Table” sister exhibition at the city’s Hon Hsing Building in Chinatown.
An installation titled “Sea of Faces”, part of the Museum of Vancouver’s “A Seat at the Table” sister exhibition at the city’s Hon Hsing Building in Chinatown.
Canada

Tales of Chinese-Canadians in Vancouver through the decades brought to life, from their struggles to cultural impact

  • The Museum of Vancouver’s latest exhibition focuses on the history of Chinese-Canadians in British Columbia, its first such show in 20 years
  • Items on display include slot machines from illegal gambling dens, old restaurant menus and reminders of the country’s head tax on Chinese immigrants

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An installation titled “Sea of Faces”, part of the Museum of Vancouver’s “A Seat at the Table” sister exhibition at the city’s Hon Hsing Building in Chinatown.
An installation titled “Sea of Faces”, part of the Museum of Vancouver’s “A Seat at the Table” sister exhibition at the city’s Hon Hsing Building in Chinatown.
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