Stories

November 26 2018
House Driveways & Bear Creek Park, Surrey

With support from the Neighborhood Small Grant, we set up a group on a social media platform called WeChat last year. With automobiles as a common topic of interest, we share and demonstrate basic vehicle maintenance skills, knowledge and discuss handling tools and testing equipment.
In the group, we post information regarding vehicle maintenance trivia and common issues, we share safe-driving experiences and information, and we discuss features and functions of vehicles and tires.

November 26 2018
Errington Elementary School, Richmond

Mid-Autumn is an important festival in Chinese culture. Traditionally, it is a time of celebration for family reunion that involves moon-watching and other festivities, with the full moon being a symbol of family gathering. Given that the Broadmoor community in Richmond has a high proportion of residents of Chinese descent, we initiated an this get-together to bring our neighbours together for a Mid-Autumn potluck!

November 26 2018
1, Princess Margaret Secondary School(12870 72 Ave, Surrey); 2, 108-10422 168 street, Surrey

In the past months, we finished 8 sessions for this project in Princess Margaret Secondary School and Fraser Heights area. The topics were about housing, family relationship and education. Each session had a unique topic,but those topics were logically relative and matched our project content -- dealing with housing issues correctly. For young people, which was a better choice, renting an apartment, investing a property or living with parents? In the course of discussing and experience sharing, we found it was important to maintain a good relationship with parents and family.

November 26 2018
Strawberry Hill Library

‘Pakistani in Vancouver Meet and Greet Team’ is a group of talented and devoted ladies. Our mission is to empower and inspire new immigrant families and individuals, help them build connections to make informed and valuable choices.

November 26 2018
Jim Deva Plaza in Vancouver's West End

Qi Day is an organized event founded in 2016 by Jacob Larmour and Caroline MacGillivray to promote awareness and increase educational opportunities for the general public to learn about the healing aspects of Qi (Life Force Energy) and TCM. Over the past 3 years, we have introduced and supported over 1,000 people with classes, treatments and information. We would love to have you come and join us for this special version of Qi Dance as we celebrate movement from the ancient practice of Qigong as well as you own free-form version to dive in deeper.   

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