Due to popular demand, we are hosting a second book launch! The Chinese Canadian Historical Society of BC, Friends of the Vancouver City Archives, and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden invite...
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden invites you to celebrate the opening of Investigation of Things, the first edition of the Canada-China Art Exchange for Young Emerging Artists (加中青年藝術家提名展), and second art...
Join us in the Scholar's Study of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden as Paul Wong talks about the idea behind his "Haam Sui Fow Wun Goh Wah (Saltwater City Vancouver)" text piece and his year-long residency at the garden.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is searching for musical talents to celebrate one of the largest festivals in the Chinese calendar. Enter for a chance to win $500 and perform at the 2018 Mid-Autumn Moon Festival on Friday, September 21, 2018!
Jasmine Jazz is an unusual interplay between traditional Chinese and jazz instruments, featuring the Vancouver Chinese Music Ensemble and some of Vancouver's finest jazz artists led by Juno-nominated bassist and composer, Jodi Proznick.
Similarly to connoisseurs of fine wines, Chinese tea enthusiasts pursue the perfect tea leaf. Join us at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden to relax the mind, relieve stress, and enjoy traditional Chinese tea in the beautiful garden courtyard.
RIOT FOOD HERE recalls the 1907 anti-Asian riots through the form of food offerings in 4 locations over 4 days in May and June 2018. As a community partner of the project, Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden will be co-hosting the food offering with artist Henry Tsang on June 10.
The primary purpose of Landscape Design is the creation of an experience of landscape. But landscapes have other functions as well; they provide fresh air, flood control, recreational opportunities and much more.
Printing on paper was invented in China about 700 A.D., making China the country with the longest history of printing in the world. Join us at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden and make your own block print.
On Sunday, April 22, Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden celebrates Chinatown Cultural Day with a lineup of activities that focus on cultural heritage. Visitors are welcome to explore the Garden for free throughout the day.
A memoir about family, an exploration of the globalization of food cultures, and a meditation on the complicated relationships between mothers and sons, Apron Strings is complex, unpredictable, and unexpectedly hilarious.