Come visit our pop-up market in the heart of Vancouver Chinatown showcasing independent design and craft by local artists and artisans. Featured vendors: WALK Chinatown Making cultural photographs is more
Come visit our pop-up market in the heart of Vancouver Chinatown showcasing independent design and craft by local artists and artisans.
Making cultural photographs is more than clicking the shutter. An independent consultant and educator, Dr. Christine Wong hopes to capture the stories through her lens and let the images document the cultural traditions and diversities. Christine has created photo prints and postcard collections of Vancouver Chinatown and other Chinatowns around the world.
A newly launched book by UBC Initiative for Student Teaching and Research in Chinese Canadian Stories and the City of Vancouver that captures the story of how early Chinese migrants helped transform societies around the world, and how Vancouver’s Chinatown and other Chinatowns throughout Canada and the Pacific region are the living legacies of that transformation.
This award-winning documentary tells the story of the Grant siblings who journey from Vancouver to China in an attempt to rediscover their father’s roots and better understand his fractured relationship with their Musqueam mother. Raised primarily in the traditions of the Musqueam people, the Grant family and their story reveal the shared struggles of migrants and Aboriginal peoples today and in the past.
Team from this local blog will have Chinatown souvenirs and the popular #teamkoi vs #teamotter pins drawn by local artist Pearl Low.
The youth-driven local non-profit will have a fun stationary mix with their Chinatown-themed reusable cloth bags, 100% recyclable and reusable red pockets, Natalie Tan’s classic Baked Pork Chop with Rice and Yuen Yeung branded pencils, and more!
Pearl Low is an African-Asian storyboard artist working in animation in Vancouver. Her works are rooted in Chinese-Canadian and Caribbean-Canadian experience. Come meet her and browse her comics/illustrative works, as well as the cute #teamkoi vs #teamotter pins!
All pieces from Patsy Kay Jewelry are made from pure materials; copper, recycled sterling silver, and natural gemstones and handcrafted by local artist Patsy Kolesar in her studio at Vancouver Chinatown. Don’t miss out on the lovely 3D-printed Vancouver Special house necklace in an array of vibrant colours!
Asian-Canadian designer and illustrator, Jane Koo, will be onsite with her enamel pins that are perfect for your tote, shirt, backpack!
Designed by Marsie Alvarado, the clothes, bags, and accessories are created for the everyday woman, made from organic and/or recycled fabrics.
Fancypop jewelry is a line of handmade jewelry locally made with clay, resin, beads and charms by Emily. Come choose a piece that can fit your mood and style!
Created by Chanel Ly, Bitter Melon Bindery offers hand bound notebooks, journals and Instax albums that inspire creative habits.
Shannon Harvey’s work explores personal stories and the complex relationship those stories have within a larger context: environmental, political and cultural. She will be here with her beautiful “China People Street” series of paintings, cards and T-shirts!
Vinitha will showcase her beautiful sculptural bowls felted with wool and silk fibres, as well as botanically inspired felted clothing and accessories with natural dyes and prints.
Created by local illustrator Dawn Lo, dawndawndawnillustration tends to take inspirations from everyday life with humour and mix-culture experiences. Don’t miss out on her recent designs, a set of “Chinatown Cuties” greeting cards that showcases the seniors in Vancouver Chinatown doing their cute daily routines while wearing their best outfits!
Thebag.ca is a Vancouver based business looking to reduce single use plastic consumption by offering a stylish alternative Market bag.
(Saturday) 11:00 am - 4:00 pm