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Rebrand, rebuild, rebirth: How Chinese restaurants are adapting post-lockdown

From even before the lockdown began in March, Chinese restaurants have been particularly affected by the pandemic. Mandated shutdowns have wreaked havoc upon an...

Canada’s next wave of Chinese immigrants will be skilled, smart, and tech-savvy

The definintion of the Chinese immigrant has changed greatly over the years. Chinese immigrants brought cheap labour to build the country's first railroad, and...

Confucius Institute to rebrand under new name as schools close across Canada

A major Chinese language educator in Canada looks to shift its branding as its branches continue to close across the country. The Confucius Institute (CI)...

Majority of Chinese-Canadians admit to changing lifestyle to avoid racist “run-ins”

As much as we can condemn racist behaviour and distance from them as extremist, the negative effects of racism has more to do with...

New Vancouver Chinese restaurant to feature Beijing skyline on ceiling

Chinese families traditionally celebrate Lunar New Year by inverting "prosperity" signs that indicate its arrival. To that end, a new West Coast Chinese restaurant...

Vancouver Chinese Restaurants donate meals to frontline healthcare workers in fight against COVID-19

Despite suffering many closures of its own, the Vancouver Chinese restaurant industry has come together in an effort to support frontline healthcare workers working during...

Chinese restaurant targeted in COVID-19 related threat

A Chinese restaurant in Calgary is the latest target of the ongoing COVID-19-related backlash against Chinese and East Asian groups. Calgary Police Service reported Wednesday they...

Introducing Nihao Chef — A home delivery platform for fresh, premium produce

The importance of home delivery can't be stressed enough these days. It's become imperative that Canadians receive quick access to essential goods. To help...

Police seek public’s help in locating missing Chinese exchange student

Toronto Police Service is asking for the public's help in locating a Chinese exchange student that has been missing for over two weeks. Yumeng "Vivian"...

Restaurants resourcefully adapting to COVID-19 pandemic with new delivery options

Local restaurants are getting creative with new measures to help them adapt to harsh operating conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hot pot purveyor Liuyishou has begun...

Chinese-Canadians are giving massively to fight against COVID-19

Chinese communities across Canada are supporting local efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19 through massive donations of essential medical equipment. A recent drive to...

Chinese-Canadian communities endure racism as further consequence of COVID-19

Following an initial wave that severely impacted the restaurant industry, the Chinese-Canadian community is again being targeted in COVID-19-related racist attacks. And, as was...

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Rebrand, rebuild, rebirth: How Chinese restaurants are adapting post-lockdown

From even before the lockdown began in March, Chinese restaurants have been particularly affected by the pandemic. Mandated shutdowns have wreaked havoc upon an...

Canada’s next wave of Chinese immigrants will be skilled, smart, and tech-savvy

The definintion of the Chinese immigrant has changed greatly over the years. Chinese immigrants brought cheap labour to build the country's first railroad, and...

Confucius Institute to rebrand under new name as schools close across Canada

A major Chinese language educator in Canada looks to shift its branding as its branches continue to close across the country. The Confucius Institute (CI)...

Majority of Chinese-Canadians admit to changing lifestyle to avoid racist “run-ins”

As much as we can condemn racist behaviour and distance from them as extremist, the negative effects of racism has more to do with...