Heritage BC is conducting a public process around Identifying Intangible Heritage Values for Vancouver’s Chinatown. Submit your comments by August 28th using this online form.
What does Vancouver’s Chinatown mean to you? What makes Vancouver’s Chinatown unique and special? Why is it important to you? What do you value about Vancouver’s Chinatown?
Heritage BC wants you to share your thoughts, ideas, memories, and feelings about Vancouver’s Chinatown and help us discover intangible heritage values for Vancouver’s Chinatown.
Heritage BC is conducting public meetings and gathering public input in August 2015 on behalf of the Province of BC’s Ministry of International Trade, to identify intangible heritage values for Vancouver’s Chinatown.
Anyone can provide input. There are no wrong answers and you don’t have to be a history of heritage expert to communicate what aspects of the story of Vancouver’s Chinatown are important or significant and have contributed to its unique identity.
If you’re in Vancouver drop in to the public open house on Thursday August 20, 2015 between 2 pm and 6 pm at the Chinese Cultural Centre boardroom located at 50 E Pender Street, Vancouver. At the open house participants will be asked to think about Vancouver’s Chinatown in relation to different historical, social, and cultural themes and to identify what they value about Vancouver’s Chinatown. A description of these themes can be found here.
If you’re unable to attend in person you can share your thoughts and submit your input using this online form. The online form will be available until August 28, 2015. Or you can do both!
Contact Heritage BC Capacity Planner Karen Dearlove for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org 778.995.7243