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Permanently home inside the Wing Sang Building in Vancouver Chinatown, the Chinese Canadian Museum is dedicated to honouring Chinese Canadian history, contributions, and living heritage. The museums first feature exhibition The Paper Trail to the 1923 Chinese Exclusion Act features hundreds of certificates of identity during the Chinese Immigration Act the most ever publicly displayed in an exhibition, curated by Catherine Clement. There is, additionally, two Period Rooms that highlight a recreated 1930s living room and one of the oldest, most historic school rooms in Vancouver, registered as the Vancouver Chinese Independent School in 1914. Telling stories through the diverse voices of Chinese Canadians, the museum will be a testament to Chinese Canadian experiences, and foster respect, inclusion, and collaboration among all communities and across generations. As you explore, reflect on how you connect to the people and places of your past.