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Garrick Chu subfonds

Sub-series consists of records and photographs that belonged to Garrick Chu, including records from the Chinese Cultural Centre in Vancouver, film projects and interviews conducted by Garrick Chu, correspondence, photographs taken by Garrick Chu, materials collected about activities and events in Asian American communities in San Francisco, California, and the state of Washington, Asian Canadian communities especially the Chinese Canadian community in Vancouver, as well as records pertaining to social issues and activism that Garrick Chu was engaged in.

Chu, Garrick

Film production

Series consists of textual records related to Garrick Chu's film projects and productions including "Sai Yup", "Getting There", and "Paws". It also includes records related to a trip to China which was the topic of his film "Sai Yup".

Interviews

Series consists of drafts of transcribed interviews conducted by Garrick Chu and others with Byng Thom, Andrew Joe, and Roy Kiyoki and a basic list of questions for war subjects.

Chinese Cultural Centre series

Series consists of textual records related to the Chinese Culture Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia. Records cover topics such as publicity, the Chinese Cultural Centre Workers Conference, and Cantonese classes offered by the Chinese Cultural Centre.

Asian Canadian communities

Series consists of essays, newspaper clippings, correspondence, conference proceedings and planning documents, newsletters, pamphlets, and flyers regarding Asian communities living in British Columbia and other parts of Canada, particularly the Chinese community in Vancouver.

Photographs

Series consists of three photographic prints of three unidentified children and 345 slides (both in black and white and color) which were a part of a project about Asian stereotypes in media. The content of the slides are primarily of Chinese characters in early 20th century film as well as comic books and advertisements.

A number of the slides also feature locations in and around Vancouver including the Chinese Cultural Centre's Mid-Autumn and Spring festivals and protests of the Quebec-Columbia connector and other community protests in Chinatown in Vancouver.

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