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Chu, Garrick

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Chu, Garrick

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  • Chu, Garrick Gat

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1950-1979

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Garrick Chu was born on July 15, 1950 in Vancouver, B.C. He was a writer, film producer, director, and community activist. He was one of the editors of one of the first anthologies of Asian Canadian poetry and fiction entitled Inalienable Rice: A Chinese and Japanese Canadian Anthology and along with Sean Gun and Gordon Mark, produced and editied Gum Shan Po, a Chinese Canadian tabloid-style newspaper. He died on December 30, 1979 in Vancouver, B.C.

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Vancouver, B.C.

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