The Lytton Chinese History Museum was opened in 2017 and was swiftly recognised as an important repository of artefacts documenting the role of Chinese-Canadians in the British Columbia interior. Photo: Lytton Chinese History Museum The Lytton Chinese History Museum was opened in 2017 and was swiftly recognised as an important repository of artefacts documenting the role of Chinese-Canadians in the British Columbia interior. Photo: Lytton Chinese History Museum
The Lytton Chinese History Museum was opened in 2017 and was swiftly recognised as an important repository of artefacts documenting the role of Chinese-Canadians in the British Columbia interior. Photo: Lytton Chinese History Museum
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‘Heartbreaking’ destruction of Chinese-Canadian heritage, as heatwave inferno consumes museum

  • The Lytton Chinese History Museum and its 1,600 artefacts were claimed by the deadly fire that razed the British Columbia village last week
  • The rural museum was a testament to the rich Chinese history of the region – and the dedication of the lay historian who owned the award-winning facility

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The Lytton Chinese History Museum was opened in 2017 and was swiftly recognised as an important repository of artefacts documenting the role of Chinese-Canadians in the British Columbia interior. Photo: Lytton Chinese History Museum The Lytton Chinese History Museum was opened in 2017 and was swiftly recognised as an important repository of artefacts documenting the role of Chinese-Canadians in the British Columbia interior. Photo: Lytton Chinese History Museum
The Lytton Chinese History Museum was opened in 2017 and was swiftly recognised as an important repository of artefacts documenting the role of Chinese-Canadians in the British Columbia interior. Photo: Lytton Chinese History Museum
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