溫哥華辦事處

Chinatown Office

50 East Pender Street ,
Vancouver, BC, Canada V6A 3V6

 

Tel: (604) 658-8850
Fax: (604) 687-6260

圖書文物館

Museum & Archives

555 Columbia St,
Vancouver, BC, Canada V6A 4H5

 

Tel: (604) 658-8880
Fax: (604) 687-6260

列治文辦事處

Richmond Office

#860-4400 Hazelbridge Way, Richmond, BC, Canada V6X 3R8
 

Tel: (604) 658-8875
Fax: (604) 658-8878

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Recent Events/近期活動

社區活動

Community Activities

中文學校

Chinese Language school

文物館

Museum

HISTORY 歷史簡介

It all started in the Fall of 1972 at a Wong’s Benevolent Association banquet, when representatives of the three levels of Government pledged to support the proposal of a community centre in Chinatown. 

The Chinese Cultural Centre of Vancouver was founded in 1973 with the support of the government and of 53 community organizations along with that of many enthusiastic individuals.    

In April 1974, CCC was duly constituted and registered with the Provincial and Federal governments as a nonprofit, charitable organization. A full city block was designated in the heart of Vancouver’s Chinatown.  The first administration and education complex was completed in 1980.  A commercial rental complex followed in 1981.

The completion of the Dr. David Lam Multipurpose Hall, and the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden (developed by the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden Society) greatly enhanced Chinatown in 1986. To serve the people of Richmond, a branch office was opened there in 1991.  In addition, the CCC Museum & Archives, with its ongoing and permanent art exhibits, library, and conference hall, is now open to the public.


事緣於1972年秋天,在黃氏宗親會的宴會上,三級政府代表表態支持在華埠成立社區中心之提案。由於獲得政府,53個僑團及不少熱心人士的支持,溫哥華中華文化中心遂於1973成立,並於1974年4月正式在聯邦政府及省政府註冊為非弁利的慈善團體。

 

該項目獲提供一幅位於溫哥華華埠市中心的地段,首期的中心大樓於1980年落成,商業樓則於次年落成,而林思齊禮堂和中心公園亦於1986相繼落成,為華埠生色不少。

列治文辦事處亦於1991年開辦,以服務該區市民,而中心的文物及圖書館開放後,已提供長期及定期的展覽,圖書館及會議活動。