History is full of amazing stories—of triumph and of loss, of laughter and of tragedy, of hope and of bitterness. But so many stories have been forgotten or ignored.

The stories of Chinese Canadians have either been left out of our history, or the stories we hear are often about the terrible things that were done to them, rather than what they were doing. Who will remember our forgotten elders–the sacrifices they made, the struggles they fought for us?

They are uncommon stories, seldom heard, but in order to create a common past for all Canadians, we must remember those who have been forgotten.
These are Canadian stories. These are family stories. These are our stories.

Please visit us at Chinese Canadian Stories beta site you can also learn more about our project on our placeholder site at chinesecanadian.ubc.ca.

Search and view B.C. community newspapers published from 1865 to 1924. The British Columbia Historical Newspapers Collection makes 24 of B.C.’s earliest newspapers freely available in digital format for the first time! http://historicalnewspapers.library.ubc.ca



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