Fête Chinoise x Vancouver Chinatown Foundation

Photos by Yaletown Photography

Chinatowns play an important role in the narrative of cultural history and diaspora studies around the world, and particularly in North America. Chinatown Vancouver, the largest one in Canada and a designated National Historic Site, has seen many generations of transformation since its establishment — with the first building dating as far back as 1898. Its history interweaved with the stories of the Canadian Pacific Railway and immigration, Chinatown Vancouver holds together over a century of rich memories and is like a living museum. Stay tuned to find out the story behind this collaboration!