A brick façade of a one of the heritage buildings overlooking the Vancouver Chinatown.
Preparing Chinese BBQ
A man prepares Chinese meat for a customer in one of Chinatown's many tasty BBQ meat shops.
Chinese Lion Dance Head Piece
A Lion Dance head piece from one of the local Kung Fu organizations in Chinatown.
A Chinese girl on her stroller as her family is shopping in Chinatown for daily food, fruits and vegetables.
Providing character and personal taste, hand drawn addresses and signs are conventional of heritage buildings throughout Chinatown.
Two friends converse as they stroll through Chinatown on a sunny afternoon.
Embedded into a cobble stone corner, the sign reads Gore Street, a street that currently borders between Chinatown's residential and market areas.
Inside the main hall of the Chan Association building, one of Chinatown's oldest clubs.
Pink Car in Chinatown
A pink car drives through an Chinatown intersection.
A Row of Red Lanterns
A row of red lanterns decorates the inside of one of Chinatown's many gift shops.
Lion Dance Drummers
Part of the ceremonial Lion Dance performers, these drummers help carry the beat and rhythm as the martial artists perform the part of the lion.
A jade green coloured building that retained its vibrant colour for years.
Kung-fu martial artists perform in pairs for the ceremonial Lion Dance, that celebrates Chinese New Year, grand openings or important anniversaries.
A hand drawn sign hangs above groceries and produce in the Chinatown market.
Lion Dance Head Piece Detail
A detailed image showing the elaborate craft work that is involved in the Lion Dance head piece.