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History prof leads team to explore and protect historic BC gold mining sites

An Interview by UBC’s Faculty of Arts communications team

Global Seminar/Exchange Opportunity: The Heritage of Chinese Migration

Summer 2016: The Heritage of Chinese Migration – The Village Fortress/Mansions of Kaiping in Guangdong, Kaiping, and Hong Kong, China Are you looking to fulfill an upper level arts/history requirement this summer? If you are interested in traveling, food, heritage, culture, architecture, history, film making and/or geography, this GoGlobal Seminar program could be for you. […]

International Mother Language Day Celebration (Feb 20)

Featuring Zoe Lam and Raymond Pai of the HKCC Crosscurrents Research team!

Tricks on the Dead at Victoria Film Festival (Feb 7)

This film has received 4 Canadian Screen Award nominations including Best History Documentary

Mending the broken heart: Using an ethnodrama to give voice to Hong Kong Chinese cancer caregivers

LLED is pleased to host a special Seminar Series talk with Margaret Mun Yee Cheung, from Queensland University of Technology.

How Huang Zunxian Helped Canadian-Chinese in an Age of Chinese Exclusion (1882-1885)

Chinese Canadians on the East Coast

Written by by Albert Lee. Main photo credit Albert Lee, thumbnail credit Albert Lee.

Dr. John Erni: Ethnic Minorities, Hong Kong Chineseness, and the Politics of Stranger-relations


Featuring Zoe Lam, Lead Researcher (HK Canada Crosscurrents) & Elizabeth Cheong, UBC Alumnus

Our History: The Chinese secrets of Tod Inlet

From Tod Inlet: A Healing Place ©Gwen Curry, 2015, Rocky Mountain Books.

a place of mind, The University of British Columbia

Chinese Canadian Stories: Uncommon Histories from a Common Past

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