CBC Digital Archives: Chinese Immigrants Not Welcome Anymore
CBC Digital Archives: The Personal Impact of Racism
From C to C: Canadian Stories of Migration
In SFU Teaching and Learning Centre’s award-winning documentary, Mrs. Lee recalls her father’s first visit home to China in her lifetime. At age 8, when her father comes back to the village, the audience sees the emotional world through her eyes.
Kelowna once had a substantial Chinatown – though nothing but a memorial remains today.
(1996) is a documentary film about the Chan family in Victoria, proprietors of the Panama Café. (Depression era-to 1967)
The Early Chinese Canadians, 1858–1947
Historica Minutes: The Building of the CP Railroad, 1884
Chinese Canadian Women, 1923-1967: Inspiration - Innovation - Ingenuity
This website explores a compelling chapter of Canadian history through the experiences of Chinese Canadian women.
The Chinese Experience in British Columbia, 1850-1950
Yip Sang is a well-known Chinese Canadian, a primary agent for bringing Chinese workers to Canada. He was also a social reformer, and political activist. His story is online at UBC’s site.
Heroes Remember: Chinese Canadian Veterans
presents twenty-one World War II veterans, who speak candidly of their wartime efforts.
The Bone Collector’s Boy
This is an immigration story, by Paul Yee, about a 14-year-old boy who immigrates to BC in 1907.
A Cowherd in Paradise: From China to Canada
May Q. Wong’s account of the remarkable lives of her parents, Wong Guey Dang (1902–1983) and Jiang Tew Thloo (1911–2002). They were married for over half a century, and forced to live apart for 25 years due to exclusionary immigration laws in Canada.