On May 6, the Chinese Canadian Museum launched two exhibitions at its temporary location in Vancouver Chinatown.
“Seeds to Success: Story of the H.Y. Louie Family,” curated by Sarah Ling and produced by the Chinese Canadian Museum, highlights the family history of Hok Yat Louie and examines stories of entrepreneurship, resilience, and intergenerational lessons experienced by the Louie Family, and by extension, other Chinese Canadian families.
“A Tale of Two Families: Generations of Intercultural Communities and Family Lessons”, curated by Dr. Tzu-I Chung, is an exhibition from Royal BC Museum. It presents the Guichon and Louie-Seto families’ intercultural values and practices to highlight their travails, successes, and contributions through challenging times to Canada.
The two exhibits are on display until December.